Most definitely! Our tables seat up to 4 people. The cost is $60 + $5 cover charge per person. The $60 reservation cost must be booked online at eventbrite.com. The $5 cover charge must be paid on the door. If you have a party larger than 4 people, we highly recommend reserving a second table. If you have reserved 2 or more tables, we will ensure that these tables are by each other.
If the website says that tickets are no longer for sale, that evening’s reservations are full, BUT we still have plenty of room for walk-ins! Seating is first-come-first-serve!
Nope! We reserve out certain areas of the bar, but the rest is first-come-first-serve!
We honor refunds through gift cards only. These gift cards can be used at any Noble Chef Hospitality location: Ivory Room Piano Bar or Buck & Badger.
We have dueling pianos on Fridays and Saturdays. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, the show starts at 8pm, with doors open at 7pm.
We have solo piano shows on Tuesdays (8pm open, 9pm start) and Wednesdays (7pm open, 8pm start).
On Fridays and Saturdays, there is a $5 cover. There is no cover on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays.
Yep! Our ATM is located by our Mifflin Street door.
Great question – yes, we do. Because we are small business, we ask that cards be charged at a minimum of $10. We also have an ATM located by our Mifflin Street entrance, should you opt for the cash route.
For patrons requiring an accessible entrance, our State Street door is accessible. Our Mifflin door opens to stairs.
We have cocktail servers that can take your drink order at your table on Fridays and Saturdays.
No. All patrons must be of the legal drinking age, which is 21 years of age. (Even if you are with your parents.) No exceptions.
Short answer – no. The only circumstances that we provide food is catering for private events.
Our unreserved tables are first-come-first-serve. The doors open an hour before the show starts. If you have a large party, consider reserving a table or the VIP section ahead of time. If you would like to take your chances, the earlier you arrive, the better your chances of scoring a table. The doors open at 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
What better way to make your friend feel special on their birthday than to have them be serenaded while sitting on the pianos?! Yes – you can make this happen. Write the birthday person’s name on the slip with a $20 bill and the piano players will call them up!