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With a group of five guys taking an annual pilgrimage for fun. We’d looked forward to the dueling piano bar for some time. Arrived around 8 PM on a Friday night and a private event had the bar closed until 10PM, I think. We entered...More
Touristy restaurant with overpriced drinks. We absolutely love pat O Brien’s in New Orleans. Don’t think that you’re headed there. This place was very touristy the piano singers seemed bored tired and just wanting to go home. The piano skills were fine, but the vocal...More
Both my husband and I had been to the original Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans (which is a must do). So after a long day of "parking" decided to take our sons here for dinner. We got to the place on the earlier side (before...More
We visited this bar near to the end of the holiday and found the live piano entertainment to be fantastic! You can request what song you want them to play and the pianist plays it! It is in a great location with late opening times...More
I love it!The resturant is really neat, the food has been good, and waitstaff have all ways been friendly. The pianist in the piano bar are excellent. They are very entertaining. They also take requests.
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If I recall the we arrived for dinner about 7.30pm and there was one man playing on the piano. He played for about 30 min then was replaced by two guys who did the dueling piano set. Your children should be fine, it gets a... More
If I recall the we arrived for dinner about 7.30pm and there was one man playing on the piano. He played for about 30 min then was replaced by two guys who did the dueling piano set. Your children should be fine, it gets a little loud if very busy but the music played/sung is typically popular 70s and 80s stuff and we have seen children in the restaurant with no issues.