Bar at Times Square New York, New York
Just The Facts, Please.
New York New York
Bar is open 11 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
Pianos go from 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
7 nights a week
Day time pianos available
3 p.m.-7 p.m. Thurs-Sun
•Locals get in Free w/ local ID seven nights a week
•Limited food menu available from 11am-11pm. Cocktail Menu along w/ Beer Bucket and Shot Specials
•14 Large Flat Screen TVs
Mavens Overview: Times Square
The Bar at Times Square at New York, New York offers dueling pianos starting at 8pm and play until 2am, 7 days a week. If you have a song that you want the performers to play,expect to pay extra, one person reported that requests were going for $20+ per song.
The Internet Buzz is mostly positive, however many are less than happy with the cover charge, which varies depending if you want a table or just stand.
Internet Buzz: Times Square
- This place is always crowded when I go by.I hate crowds. I always, always stop. Why? Who can resist dueling pianos?? And dueling pianos done WELL? With all of those horrible pop songs you don't want to admit knowing all the words to? This bar is just a good time, plain and simple.
- Love it Love Love Love it. Right in the heart of the Times Square action, great people watching and lots of fun singing along with the dueling piano guys and crowd.
- Great music! Great talent, HORRIBLE cover charge! Drink prices are up, I understand that, but, charging $25 to sit down!?!
- This dueling piano bar is as good as it gets. I've been to Vegas 5 times and I make sure to get to The Bar at Times Square at least once each visit...preferably more. The performers are fantastic, and the crowd is great too.
- The coverage charge depends on if you want to be in the "standing only" section or in the tables and seating section (this section costs more). The one actual piano and synthetic piano aka keyboard separates the two areas. We arrived after 11 pm and it was packed and loud!
- The Bar at Times Square is a great idea that's poorly executed. I love a good dueling pianos bar, but this place gets it wrong. Segregating the crowd immediately upon entry is just lame. The piano players are talented, but their unending quest to squeeze every last dollar out of every song is grating and ultimately results in one song being played every ten minutes.
- Dueling pianists play songs that everyone loves and can sing along to at nighttime. They take free requests but usually only play the ones that come with money. When I went, people were giving $20 or more for each request.