Dueling Pianos and Howling at the Moon

What's New — By Lia Del Priore on October 22, 2010 at 9:54 pm

There’s certainly tons to do once the sun sets in Fort Lauderdale.  There are bars, restaurants, nightclubs… all the options one could possibly want from a city teeming with nightlife.  There is, however, one place that’s truly special in Fort Lauderdale.  At Howl at the Moon, you’ll find something truly worth your while.  Nestled into the heart of the South Beach Area lies this happening hot spot.  Featured in this fantastic bar are dueling pianos.  Yes, that’s right; dueling pianos.  On the stage are two baby grand pianos prepared to duel the night away for your entertainment pleasure.  The pianists are dubbed the ‘ringmasters’ for the evening, so be prepared for some true entertainment.  The two main ringmasters play for over an hour, at which point they are then joined by two more pianos for a ‘four way’.  The ‘four way’s occur for three to four songs, at which point the two older piano players leave the stage and the two new ones begin to duel all over again.  Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?  This lively night-out is sure to be remembered by all.  The bar is appropriate for the entire family; an added perk.  Waiters, waitresses, and hosts alike participate in the live show in the form of dance routines to songs that evoke participation from the crowd.  The special power hour routines are dubbed ‘showtime’.  It has been said that literally everyone in the audience participates during ‘showtime’ hours.  If you’re looking for a night spot that’s truly something interesting, this is certainly the place to be.  The bar also offers some seriously delicious mixed drinks.  In particular, Lucille’s Sweet Tea is not to be missed.  Made with Firefly sweet tea vodka, Grand Marnier, sweet and sour mix, and lemon-line soda, this is one of the favorite drinks in the house.  The bar also offers some fantastic martinis, so be prepared for some serious fun!