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Tucked within Rossi's restaurant is this celebration of the not-so-lost art of the piano bar, complete with stellar pianist Rod France on those 88 keys. The lights go down low at 6pm six nights a week, and adults of all ages will find much to enjoy, especially if they like the worlds of Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, ABBA, and a myriad of other musical acts from the past and present. The drinks are fine, but it's more the kind of place for a group that wants to sing along and sway. The leather chairs at the bar are comfortable, seating a range of listeners that runs from flip-flop and fraternity-wear wardrobes to those who might might remember seeing Babs on Broadway. Come early to grab a table close to the piano. (There's nary a cover charge, so tip generously.)