Crazy Pianos Grand Opening

 Crazy Pianos, "The world's most famous duelling piano entertainment concept," opens today in the Grove. The original location is Holland, so that roughly makes Crazy Pianos Miami the world's second most famous place of its kind, even if you've never heard of it, cause, well, how many duelling piano entertainment concepts are there?

Leave it to the Netherlandians, their website (miami.crazypianos.com) is well executed and easily navigable, but I did find one glaring error that must've gotten lost in translation. Here, from their House Rules (click) located under the info tab on their toolbar

"Our guests are not allowed distribute or be under the influence of drugs or legal limits of alcohol."

I'm no english teacher, and I should probably check this with our own smashing copy editor Nadine DeMarco, but I think technically that reads as 'not allowed to be under the legal limits of alcohol,' aka must be drunker than legal in order to party. Awesome. Maybe that's what made them number one in Holland.

All criticism aside, the place does look like fun. They have "the first frozen beer taps in the U.S." whatever that means, and feature live entertainment and full lunch, brunch and dinner menu seven days a week. Phasers set to rich, dinner entrees range from $15 - $25 with 18% gratuity added to parties of 6 or more. Crazy Pianos, Short Order wishes you luck. Welcome to Miami.

P.S. Their motto is: "It's always ok to sing with your mouth full!" But their rules state that "Undesirable intimacies are not tolerated." Note to anybody goin down in the club, hit a couple high notes and you should be alright.

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