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luvthemansion
26-10-2010, 07:35 AM
:unsure: recommendation from someone who described it as a tiny place in epcot with pianos. I'm pretty sure it's not though :lol:

Anyone any ideas?

Isafari
26-10-2010, 07:44 AM
:unsure: recommendation from someone who described it as a tiny place in epcot with pianos. I'm pretty sure it's not though :lol:

Anyone any ideas?

Jellyrolls is at the Boarwalk. It's a lively piano bar with dueling pianos and audience sing-alongs. (another version of Howl at the Moon) You have to be 21 to get in.
The guys play anything from Doris Day tunes to heavy rock! They take requests and it's often the 'thing' to try and stump them with some obscure song but - they always seem to know it :lol: You write down a request on one of the napkins and put it on a piano/stage area.
It's quite lively once the evening gets going.

It's open from 7pm until 2am. There is a small cover charge of $10 but some of the WDW passes include entry to Jellyrolls.

MKjake
26-10-2010, 07:51 AM
we tried to go there once but it was full and there was a wait to get in. when we did it was just packed and not that great but friends seem to love it there so perhaps it depends on the night you go