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We went to this place while over in New York for a couple of days. We knew about this place from some friends and family who live in New York and have been here a few times.
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With a particularly early dinner at 6.30pm we had plenty of time to get to Brandy’s Piano Bar for its later evening session. Tonight’s piano player was part comedian, part specialist musician, and part drunk! He was fantastic. With a capacity crowd eventually, the whole...More
My friends took me to this place after spending a few good nights there over the year. I’m a 46 year old visitor in town from England. I wasn’t aware of the Over 21 ID thing and we generally don’t have to carry ID to...More
This place has been here for. a long time and attracts a very diverse crowd interested in music , drink bling and talk. Located in mid block it offers a nice alternative spot for everyone to enjoy some good live music and some drinks.
A night on the town is not complete without a visit to Brandy's Piano Bar on the upper east side. A gay piano bar that is open to anyone and everyone to join in the fun that they offer on a daily basis. Piano and...More
Inside it s not that fancy but the atmosphere is great: the barmans, barmaids, waiters and waitresses
go sing and play piano, then go back to work. they are replaced by clients for the karaoke...really nice concept!:)
friendly staff and friendly regular loyal clients :)
Went for a drink with my parents after a concert in The Carlyle, there was this nice guy playing piano and singing, very good actually. We had fun untill we pay the bill, it was a 64$ dollar bill. We’re are not from the states...More
We visited this establishment weekend. After waiting in line for 30 min,we were then allowed to enter this small piano bar We were cramed in like sardines. Im not sure if thier are legal limits set for bars in New York but thier were way...More
Awful awful place. I've lived on the UES for years and have gone to Brandy's many times. It's a shame that they have such awful people working there. We showed up at 8:30pm last night to an empty place. Even though we were a group...More
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