Let your hair down, unwind or dance till the wee hours of the morning. The thumping live music is what makes this place one of the most popular in St. ... More
Let your hair down, unwind or dance till the wee hours of the morning. The thumping live music is what makes this place one of the most popular in St. Louis. The centre of attraction are the two performers on baby-grand pianos. The crowd often rocks till 3a and don't be surprised if your waiter gets into the mood and shows off a few moves of his own. This is not a congested space, so you'll find ample room by the two bars and alfresco dinner seating.
I've been here several times with friends...it is a piano bar but do not picture a quiet place...it gets extremely loud, the crowd gets involved and some of the material is definitely mature in nature. Get there early if you want seating- if you don't mind standing then don't worry about what time you show up. Good place to have some drinks, laugh and let loose but not a good place if you are looking to have a conversation or romance. They have a full bar and the workers- male and female- will occasionally even hop on the bar and do goofy dances. The drink I always get when going here is sex on the beach...what else?
I was very skeptical entering The Big Bang; I had heard about it and couldn't see how it was so enjoyable. Every person visting St. Louis needs to experience this bar. It was the BEST time I've had in a bar setting. The key to having a blast is PARTICIPATION! Relax, cut loose and enjoy the great drinks, staff and music.
This place is better the earlier we arrive. We can get our songs played that way.
Having the piano players play hip-hop or old 80s rock songs is the best way to start a party night. This place puts everyone in a good mood.
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