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Jellyrolls Dueling Piano Bar

Open every night at 7pm. Dueling pianos begin at 8pm. Open til 2am
$10 cover • Ages 21+ only

This lively, dueling piano bar is a huge favorite of Disney fans. Drop off a request for your favorite song to the musicians, (it helps if there's a $1 or $5 attached, wink wink) and sing along! Seating fills up fast, so if you require a table because you don't want to be standing all night, get there early. You'll find restaurant-style tables on the main floor right in front of the entertainment, and a few chairs and high-tops at the back of the building near the bar. The bar itself has ample seating as well.

Don't come here hungry though, unless you planned on a liquid dinner! They usually have a drink special of the night, like Long Islands or Alabama Slammers that come served college-style in a giant red plastic cup. Regular drinks here are more expensive than you've been paying out in the theme parks, so the special of the day can be a decent deal. While we wouldn't call this "family-friendly" (obviously since it's 21+), it's not nearly as rambunctiously adult as Pat O'Brien's Dueling Piano Bar at CityWalk can get. We think $10 per person is pretty steep for just one bar, so whenever we do go we're making a night of it since you aren't allowed to leave and come back later. They should consider an annual pass option in the future... (Just for reference, CityWalk is $12 for admission to 7 different clubs.)

Lots of great times to be had here and the performers always do an excellent job at putting on a fun and entertaining show! 

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