Don't Tell Mama about The Keys in Key West

Posted by: Piano World

Don't Tell Mama about The Keys in Key West - 01/03/09 10:10 PM

Spent a few days in Key West recently (over New Years).
Discovered a great Piano Bar, called the Keys, on Duval Street in Key West.

(the piano is a Yamaha C7 with a big warm sound, well maintained).

If you are ever in the area make sure you stop at the Keys (1114 Duval Street - 305-294-8859).

Michael Edlestein was playing when we stopped in. Wonderful pianist, could play anything, and a great entertainer.
Michael usually plays at "Don't Tell Mama" a piano bar in Manhattan.

Our "bar tender/waitress" Traci Reynolds is a veteran of Broadway with an amazing voice and fantastic personality.

We stopped in for on drink, and stayed over 3 hours. There's non stop entertainment from 5:00 p.m. until closing, 7 days a week, no cover.

More details at www.akeywestpianobar.com

And if you're in Manhattan, check out "Don't Tell Mama"!
Posted by: riley80

Re: Don't Tell Mama about The Keys in Key West - 02/05/09 08:21 PM

Thanks for the info - I plan a trip to KW soon - haven't been there in about 6 years, so I wonder if this is a new spot - don't remember the name.

Ever run into a Bob Emma while in the Keys?
Posted by: Piano World

Re: Don't Tell Mama about The Keys in Key West - 02/06/09 10:52 AM

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Originally posted by riley80:
Thanks for the info - I plan a trip to KW soon - haven't been there in about 6 years, so I wonder if this is a new spot - don't remember the name.

Ever run into a Bob Emma while in the Keys? [/b]
Yes it is a new spot. Lots of fun, very talented people.
No, don't remember running into Bob Emma.
Posted by: MikeMcf31

Re: Don't Tell Mama about The Keys in Key West - 02/09/09 01:57 PM

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Originally posted by Piano World:
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And if you're in Manhattan, check out "Don't Tell Mama"! [/b]
I have been to Dont Tell Mamas in NYC dozens of times, it is great fun. It can get very crowded after the BWay shows get out, so try to get there by 10pm.