Duel Piano Bar

1420 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 Directions
Today 5:00 PM - 2:00 AM Open All Hours
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About this Business

  • Cuisine
    American, Pub Food
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Price
  • Hours
    Sun-Tue Closed
    Wed-Sat 5:00 PM - 2:00 AM
  • Cuisine
    American, Pub Food
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Alcohol
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  • Delivery
  • Takeout
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  • Gluten Free Options
  • Good For Groups
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Report | a month ago
Entertainment is great. Food service is slow. It also took them 10 minutes to realize we were waiting by the door to be seated
Report | 2 months ago
Call ahead and make sure that the heat is working! Went there last night and the heat was out so it was FREEZING!
Report | 2 months ago
Very fun! Come with a song list that you would like the piano players to perform you you. Be ready to interact and enjoy your evening out
Report | 3 months ago
Music is fun and drinks fine. It was freezing cold however inside. Menu not enough for dinner but ok to munch with drinks. They were short handed in the kitchen so food service was awful - they comped us drinks because of the cold and food situation.
Report | 4 months ago
Just keep in mind to be for the talent of the piano players talent. The service wash little slow on a busy Saturday.
Report | 6 months ago
So much fun! Show starts at 8 and the place starts to get full by 9:30. We loved it!
Report | 6 months ago
Kitchen closes at 11 ..but service was fantastic!!! The gm came and checked on us and whatever we needed our waitress was on point!!
Report | 10 months ago
Go and enjoy yourself!
Report | a year ago
Park in the Academy House lot, get your ticket stamped at Duel Pianos, and pay only $9!
Report | a year ago
Plan to spend the entire evening there and go with others (3-4 people) who love to sing and dance.
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Joe Marchetti's passion for music began early. By grade school, he had already taught himself piano, guitar, harmonica, and accordion. Anthony DeCarolis also discovered his musical talent before middle school, playing his first tunes on guitar and piano at age 8. Together, "Tony T," "Wildman Joe," and other in-house musicians showcase their lifelong love of music by playing live at Duel Piano Bar.

During their fast-paced, interactive performances, the pianists accept tips along with guests' requests for tunes, which are culled from a repertoire of more than 2,000 songs. When audience members in the 125-seat venue decide they don't like what's being played, the duel begins as Tony and Joe accept higher tips and requests for a different song. They keep the party going until 2 a.m. every Wednesday?Saturday night, whether by engaging crowds in sing-alongs, inviting audience members and staff onstage, or conjuring the ghost of Beethoven to play a guest solo.

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Philadelphia Restaurant Guide

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People who enjoy French food, attentive service and an incredible ambiance should stop by Parc Restaurant, Bistro & Cafe. The valet service and outdoor seating at Parc will provide a carefree, relaxing evening, which is perfect for romance. Hidden away on 8th Street, the popular restaurant Bibou brings French charm to Philadelphia. Customers eating at Bibou who want to enjoy wine with their dinner should prepare to bring their own bottle.

Diners interested in modern Asian fusions should visit one of four popular spots. Old City Asian Bistro and Buddakan are both located in Olde City. Chifa, which serves Peruvian/Asian fusions, and Sampan, a small-plate restaurant, are both located in the Market East neighborhood. They both have chef's tasting menus, which is a great way for those dining alone to experience a variety of menu options.

For a complete departure from standard Philadelphia food, diners should consider one of the great Mexican restaurants in the area. Those dining in Philadelphia who are looking for authentic Mexican cuisine should try Los Gallos Mexican Taqueria. El Jarocho is an authentic Mexican restaurant that serves beef tongue tacos and cemitas. Diners interested in authentic tortillas should stop by Tortilleria San Roman to sample some amazing tortillas, chips and salsa.

Customers who are looking for delicious food at locations other than sandwich shops, pizzerias or burger joints will be happy to know that Philadelphia is a city that will meet their dining needs.

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