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Best Piano Bars In The Boston Suburbs

November 28, 2013 6:00 AM

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The moment you’ve walked into an establishment that features a piano bar, the unique sound from the ivories sets the stage for the atmosphere to follow. It can make an average evening into something special. A dinner meeting or a night out for drinks transforms into something memorable. Keep these locales in mind when deciding on just the right spot to enjoy some fun background music with your drink.
Photo Credit: The Baha Brothers Sandbar Grille

Photo Credit: The Baha Brothers Sandbar Grille

The Baha Brothers Sandbar Grille
64 Weir St.
Taunton, MA 02780
(508) 824-2200
www.bahasandbargrill.com

If you’re looking for a night out filled with fun, beaches and music over the winter months, this is the place. The exceptional music provided is only half of the adventure, guaranteed to delight all who venture to its shores. Enjoy the vision of the Baha brothers and make a trip to the Sandbar Grille for cocktail hour or to get a bite to eat. Bring along the music lovers in the family and you’ve rounded out the perfect evening, any day or night of the week. Summer never ends here so keep those Bermuda shorts and the Jamaican attire handy.

Photo Credit: Rick's Cafe

Photo Credit: Rick’s Cafe

Rick’s Cafe
63 Mazzeo Drive
Randolph, MA 02368
(781) 961-3339
www.rickscaferandolph.com

The atmosphere at Rick’s Cafe is casual and simply delightful. Aside from the sumptuous steak and a host of appetizers and fried ice cream, Rick’s Cafe also boasts the best martini bar on Boston’s South Shore. The piano bar goes live every Thursday through Saturday evening, so set your sights on a weekend adventure with good food and friends. If you’re looking for friendly, exceptional service or just a place to put your feet up, make your way to Rick’s Cafe. Everything here is fresh, especially the nightly musical fare.

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Photo Credit: Adagio Piano

Adagio Piano Lounge
227 Main St.
Fall River, MA 02721
(508) 672-0296
www.adagiopianolounge.com

Have “Dinner with the Baby Grand” at Adagio’s Piano Lounge. Whet your appetite with Italian cuisine all while drifting to melodic themes that only a baby grand can offer. It’s a magical evening for guests to enjoy live entertainment in an elegant atmosphere. When picking from the menu of gourmet classics, settle into comfort. Visit the lounge for a drink or the full-featured restaurant. Sign up anytime to use its function hall for special events, taking the baby grand with you as a memory in your scrapbook. Break from reality each Wednesday evening to find a taste of the good life in Fall River.

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Photo Credit: Giuseppe's Ristorante & Piano Bar

Photo Credit: Giuseppe’s Ristorante & Piano Bar

Giuseppe’s Ristorante & Piano Bar
2 Main St.
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 879-4622
www.giuseppesma.com

Giuseppe’s is known for its Sicilian-style pizza that goes hand in hand with delightful piano music. If a night out includes a casual, family-centered eatery with lots of laughs and the chance to shout out requests to the piano man, make a visit to Giuseppe’s. This family-owned restaurant has been delighting families, friends and neighbors for decades with its specialty pizzas and gigantic song list. Everyone will have a great night with the soundtrack of this spot.

The Blues Grille and Piano Bar
454 Main St.
Melrose, MA 02176
(781) 662-0038
www.thebluesgrill.com

The Blues Grille speaks for itself, with live piano entertainment weekly, Wednesday through Sunday. Enjoy an entree while being saturated in the music and magic of those ebony and ivories. No matter what the expectations, they will be met or exceeded at Blues Grille and Piano Bar. It’s a small, friendly and warm atmosphere, so arrive early to find your favorite seat. This restaurant could easily become an habitual stop during the work week and beyond.

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