You can strum a guitar while blowing a French horn and clinking your cymbal-knees together, but no one will pay a lick until you can play two full pianos at once. Today’s Groupon doubles your musicology with $20 worth of admission and beverages at Ernie Biggs Dueling Piano Bar for $10. Singing “Piano Man” is all well and good, but making it “Piano Men” is arguably better.
The first time Ernie Biggs’s twin pianos entered a tiff, leather riding gloves emerged and a full-fledged gentlemen’s duel ensued in perfect harmony. In the spirit of those bickersome pianers, a hearty catalog of every song ever made has been digested by the talented musicians at Ernie Biggs, who will take any request you throw their way and play it back for you like a faithful MP3 phonograph. Declare your favorite tunes for two-part performances of "Lady Madonna," "Blueberry Hill," "Blue Rondo à la Turk," or a classic selection from Chumbawamba. Share your Groupon with a mate (cover is normally $5 per person) or use it all by yourself and take advantage of Wednesday’s $1 wells and drafts night or Thursday’s Ladies Night when ladies pay no cover.
With three full bars, a VIP lounge, and an inspired think tank of endless tunes, Ernie Biggs has the goods to transform your night out from an aimless journey to a guided tour of musical and social possibilities. Doors open Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday night at 8 p.m. and Friday night at 7 p.m., and the show begins at 8:30 p.m. Sharpen your request lists and finally get a chance to hear more than 30 sample seconds of the best songs you don’t yet own.
Reservations are recommended. This Groupon is not valid on special event holiday nights.
- I loved this place. I had the most fun here...The enviroment [sic] was awesome. There was not anybody there that was not having a great time – lawsongirl, Citysearch
- If you're in the mood for a fun-loving, piano-playing night, EB's is the place to be – Katie D., Yelp
- This is a perfect place for a large group of people to go, whether it is a late happy hour with your coworkers, a bachelorette party, or just your old college buddies who like to engage in some drunken chorus attempts – Kelsey C., Yelp