Inspired by the underground jazz and improv piano clubs of the 1940s and '50s, The Barrel House swings its showgoers' spirits skyward with piano-pounding ballads and stirring serenades. A trio of keyboard combatants duel through hundreds of hits, from Billy Joel to Beyoncé. VIP rooms offer premium views of the heated harmonics and vary in size, amenities, and vocal scatting propensities. The Blue Moon and Crown Lounge rooms house up to 50 tune-loving patrons and three 46" TVs a piece, and the Blue Moon room hosts its own private bar (a $300 value each); the Jägermiester Lounge (a $250 value) and Boulevard (a $200 value) can host up to 20 patrons, sporting speak-easy styling, private servers, and a proximity to the stage that ensures requests won't go unheard. Like a vaudevillian tobogganing down sand dunes in a suit, The Barrel House invokes the carefree, classy clubs of yesteryear: it's 5,000-foot playing space features rich crimson and tan walls, replete with old wood barrels and stools, making it ideal for relaxing with friends or watching said friends jitterbug joyously.