This club was obviously named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock, so it's appropriate that piano music is ... More
This club was obviously named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock, so it's appropriate that piano music is featured. The catch, though, is that it features dueling pianos. The talented and outlandish dueling pianists take your requests and then add some fun and their own zaniness to them by challenging each other to a musical duel. This place is fun and a nice change from the sometimes loud and frenetic dance clubs.
My husband and I went to Myrtle Beach to celebrate our 20 year wedding anniversary. I've wanted to go to the dualing pianos for the past 4 years, having heard nothing but "it's a blast". We went, and it was the BEST TIME EVER. We sang and laughed, and sang and laughed and guess what? WE SANG AND LAUGHED ALL NIGHT LONG. I didn't want it to end. Just when 2 pianists left the stage, I thought "how could it get any better than those 2?"...I was mistaken! The next 2 guys were just as great! Then 4 of them got together and they were unreal! Funny and very entertaining. It was like going to a comedy club. The crowd gets involved and it's just downright NUTZ! Go...do yourself a favor and GO.
On a recent trip to Myrtle Beach, we attended Crocodile Rocks twice during the week of June 11th, 2007. The first night we went we were really entertained and had a great time. The entertainers were fun and talented.
The next night we were just plan annoyed! Between every single song there was a comment about money and how people needed to bring more up with their request. Comments like "We can only count in multiples of fives" We just got more money for this recent request so this one's out" They honestly talked more about getting more money then playing songs. People seemed to be sending a lot of money with their requests. After about an hour we got tired of it and left.
What could be a fun wonderful hotspot in myrtle Beach is unfortunately ruined by the inexperience and lack of professionalism that the manager exudes!!!!!!!!! we were there for a bachlorette party and only after spending hundreds of dollars were we aksed to leave! why you ask because we were loud!! It was a BACHLORETTE PARTY for gods sake and no one else in the establishment was bothered by our behavior but the manager. To top things off he did not ask our entire party to leave just 2 people who were not even the loud ones. Get over yourself!!!! My suggestion if you want to enjoy yourself in Mrytle beach do not go to crocodile rocks!!!!!!!
We are from Leitchfield, Kentucky and we came to Myrtle Beach for our honeymoon. This place was so entertaining and fun we went every night. We are coming back June 18th of 07 and we will be there that night for our one year anniversary.
It is by far the most fun in a club that Ive ever had.
the manager nor bouncer did anything about another patron throwing things at me and cursing me off stage when I tried to simply give money and requests to the pianist. I work in hospitality and did not feel welcome.
I have been to alot of place before and travel quite a bit. My friends and I were treated very badly by employees and the manager.
We paid big money over the weekend which was supposed to be a celebration. We were treated rudely and for no reason.
Reconsider booking your event at this place.
I received horrible service and will never return to this place ever again. The Manager, bouncers, and some of the patrons were extremely rude as we held a batchelorette party there and no one was accommodating. Don't recommend this facility to anyone and I generally only go to piano bars and this one was nothing like any others that I have ever been too.
Visiting my daughter in Myrtle Beach from England. She took us to the most fun bar I have ever been in. The singers were great fun with fantastic voices and knew every song you could throw at them.
Cant wait to go back there.
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