Watching a show over drinks is the most exciting way to liven up a bar, next to juggling the wine glasses or paying the violinists to play the entire Black Sabbath catalog. Delve into drinks while being entertained with today’s Groupon to Point Street Dueling Pianos. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a piano-bar performance and drinks for four (up to a $56 value), which includes:
- Eight beers (up to a $6 value each) or glasses of wine (up to a $7 value each)
- For $25, you get a piano-bar performance and drinks for six (up to an $84 value), which includes:
- Twelve beers (up to a $6 value each) or glasses of wine (up to a $7 value each)
Admission is free for all guests.<p>
Point Street Dueling Pianos’s 10,000-square-foot space gathers guests to witness the musical prowess and comedic antics of four skilled performers. An array of chilled domestic and imported beers, which includes Sam Adams and local Narragansett, cools off revelers more quickly than bear hugs from a snowman.
While audience members sip, Ronnie Shelton, Michael Mourachian, Robert Morse, and Dave Laros take turns tickling ivories on two pianos, unfurling bass lines, and pounding colonial-era marches on the drums. Performers welcome audience participation throughout the show with timed glass-raises and dramatic recitations of the drink menu. Servers deftly carry drinks from two full-service bars as they navigate between café tables under low lighting. Located in historic Davol Square, Point Street Dueling Pianos also boasts ample free parking.