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90 MIAMI LIVING PROFILE Who ever said you can't have it all? How about this: Warm summer nights, dinner for two, cocktails at midnight, huddling around the center stage with friends listening to the world's best piano players…. At Crazy Pianos in Miami, you can have your cake … and eat it, too! Girls, wear your best dresses, and guys, put on those collar shirts, because at this club everyone looks the part. Dance to the beat of the drums or sit and enjoy a delicious meal. There's something here for everyone's taste. Crazy Pianos' highly successful dueling piano concept has attracted more than 2,000 people every weekend. Located in Cocowalk, Coconut Grove, Crazy Pianos provides its customers with an outstanding entertainment experience. And did we mention that it also serves up a menu of international cuisines for brunch, lunch, or dinner? The menu offers a variety of choices from prime steak to a Peruvian ceviche to several vegan menu options. Stroll on in and a host will seat you. For parties of eight or larger, simply call ahead and you will be accommodated. And for those larger parties, Crazy Pianos offers three menus from which to choose: the Crazy Menu, the Crazier Menu, and the Craziest Menu, all of which help the larger groups to get their meals in a more timely manner. Become part of the show and meet the two main characters sitting on the stage in the middle of the club. The pair of fire-red pianos will grab your attention from a distance. Watch as these pianos are mastered by some of the best piano players from all over the world, who also happen to double as the ringmasters responsible for creating the excitement that characterizes a night at Crazy Pianos. These ultra- entertaining piano players are trained to thrill and amaze the audience. Though Crazy Pianos is open seven days a week, from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m., at 10 p.m., Crazy Pianos morphs into a late- night-club venue for adults 21 and over. Musicians perform every night of the week, so it doesn't matter if you drop in on a Monday or a Friday, you will still receive the total Crazy Pianos experience. There are always two professional pianists and a professional drummer in all the shows. And requests, from Motown to Classic Rock, Top 40 and beyond, are welcome. The musicians are also multi- lingual, so don't hesitate to request a song from your home country—chances are they'll know it! The environment in Crazy Pianos mirrors the magical vibe of Miami: brimming with food, people, and music all under one roof for a massive melding of culture, friends, family, and talent. Crazy Pianos strives to keep its shows fresh, with a mainstream recognizable format that allows guests to sing along. And that's the perfect way to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or other special occasions at this timeless venue. Crazy Pianos provides a full-throttle experience, where piano players and staff not only entertain guests, but the guests become part of the show, as well. Here you'll find a diverse group of clientele from all ages and backgrounds: Crazy Pianos is a popular spot for tourists, business people, and locals who all search for the same thing: an unforgettable experience. Crazy Pianos comes through, every time! Crazy Pianos Miami is located at 3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, Miami, and is open Monday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. For more information, call (305) 567-2462, or visit: ML Crazy Pianos Miami Your #1 stop for food, fun, and music! Words by Claudia Paredes

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