You get Crazy Pianos, a dueling piano bar in Coconut Grove, Billy Joel-ing its way to your heart starting tomorrow.
Allow us to walk you through the experience. Grab a few shameless friends, throw on a Hawaiian shirt for good measure and head to the old Tu Tu Tango space at CocoWalk, where the cluttered-art-studio look has been replaced with woodwork from Holland, a slightly disconcerting mural depicting jubilant partygoers and two magnificent, red baby-grand pianos. Yes, the crazy pianos.
It's here where an army of entertainers will regale you nightly with renditions of pop songs, love ballads and anything from Journey you'd like to request…and in the process work the crowd into a hot, sweaty, alcohol-fueled sing-along no karaoke bar could ever replicate. (To loosen the pipes, be sure to stop by one of the "beer tables," stocked with extra-cold Heineken and a self-service tap.)
It's all courtesy of the Dutch, who have chosen Miami as the first U.S. outpost for their monstrously successful Holland-based piano bar.