Audience participation is not only encouraged at this dueling piano club, it is required! Come listen to two gifted musicians ... More
Audience participation is not only encouraged at this dueling piano club, it is required! Come listen to two gifted musicians battle for your attention (and your tips) as they play songs you know and love. Request a favorite song or a dedication to someone having a birthday or getting married. The piano-players will take care of the rest. This is a great spot to bring a group. Shows start about an hour and a half to two hours after Savannah Smiles opens.
Wonderful piano bar! The room is very large and set up in a way that allows everyone to feel they're part of the show. The players are extremely talented. Each is skilled in piano and crowd interaction, and vocals range from pretty good to outstanding. Each player seems to have unique talents and his own personality. I particularly enjoy Spencer Bates(fantastic, versatile vocals, varied and updated song choices, strong crowd interaction) and Tim Buie (always seems to love making music; a true pro). I've been to many piano bars and Smiles is one of the most laid-back, fun-loving, and yet still very professional venues I've enjoyed. A must-do in Savannah!
We a group of friends from Warner Robins, Perry and Byron GA. would like to say this was well worth the trip. Our friends Lisa and Steve Stokes invited us for July 3 and 4th on a road trip.
It all started when Barney's name was writen on broad the name BARNEY is always remembered then you guys song him a song he had to stand up and he had a pink shirt on the night had started now.
We had such a good time our guys needed a weekend get away and this is just the place.
Doesn't matter what what kind of music you like they play it all.
TO THE STAFF OF SAVANNAH SMILES WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR BEING SO NICE TO ALL OF US
BARNEY AND KIM
STEVE AND LISA
DEAN AND KIM
JAY AND AMBER
expensive drinks and drunk entertainers = a boring show for me! I was treated like a pain in the ass by wait staff & actually sat through the piano players playing the same song 3 different times...YAWN! To boot I had to pay a cover charge to get in. Never again will I suffer through this painful experience.. I have been to awesome piano shows around the country & this one falls short on many levels. They must have Helen Keller in charge of their sound because I felt like my ears were bleeding after a hour or so
This place used to be ok but as of lately it is so dirty, expensive, boring & really not a safe place! The piano players are so lame & the wait staff is rude, the drinks are expensive! I won't be going back at all & they seem to have a bunch of new players lately I much prefer the old staff that did more current songs. Thumbs down
It was awesome, me adn a girlfrien went out and had a ladies night out to celebrate no children night! we had a blast. we will go back and encourage anyone to take a visit too.
keep up the great work piano guys!
It was well worth the time adn money spent!
I was in town to help a friend celebrate her birthday. After dinner we weren't ready to call it a night and so we headed downtown. My friend lives in Savannah and said I would love this place and she was right! The performers were tremendous and seemed to know that they had a dream job and worked their tails off. There were two sets of dueling pianists so the music never stopped. It was loud but not as loud as some bars I've been to, and certainly not as loud as bars I've been to that host live music. Some listings say you have to tip $5 or more per request to get your song played. We averaged $3 bucks, paying more to get folks on stage. The cover was $5. I only had diet coke so I can't comment on the drink prices. The menu on the table listed munches that seemed a little high but you're in Savannah, a tourist city. You expect things to be a little high. All in all I think it was worth every penny. The only con to list is our server was a little slow returning with our drinks and with our tab when we were ready to leave. I think she had too many tables, but she was very pleasant. We stayed about 3 hours and my face hurt from laughing and smiling so much. I LOVED this place and am now trying to figure out when I can get back to Savannah so I can go to this bar!
My friends and family have always enjoyed going to this nightclub. There is something for everyone, and there is never a dull moment. I have been for birthdays, bachelorette parties, or just to have a good time. Whatever the occassion I always have a good time.
I am moving to Savannah, Ga. I was there getting things ready for my wedding when my sister and 3 other friends came over from Columbus to throw me a party. We went to Savannah smiles and had the greatest time. My sister along with my friends said they will always want to go there when they come to town. The musicians are fabulous. They can play and sing anything you want to hear. They have a way of making you feel right at home. We all just can't say enough about this place. If you go to Savannah and don't go to Savannah Smiles then you have really missed a great time.
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