The Hague, Netherlands
Club / Indoor & Outdoor / S – 500-2k
From quirky decor and exquisite cuisine to talented pianists and wild DJs, Crazy Pianos gives a new meaning to madness.
Crazy Pianos opened in 1997, settling in Scheveningen, north of The Hague and only a stone’s throw away from the coast of the North Sea. As its name suggests, the restaurant / club is famous for its red pianos and seductive tunes.
Tropical is one way to describe Crazy Pianos’ interior, with huge leaves covering the walls and floor and a tree shading one of the pianos.
The restaurant / club has pink plush seats with icons like Marilyn Monroe’s face on the upholstery. The other lounges are engulfed inside lifelike open cages with bird figures circling overhead.
Crazy Pianos also features a spacious terrace for chilling out. The restaurant is inspired by local and international dishes and embraces each season with a new menu.
Crazy Pianos brings you the best of both worlds. Laid-back pianists keep you entertained through the week, and saxophonists, drummers, and DJs unleash all kinds of crazy on the weekends.
The restaurant / nightclub blends rock and pop music from retro to contemporary times. Locals of all ages eagerly head to Crazy Pianos, dressed all out for a night of unparalleled fun.
Crazy Pianos, with a vibe combining maturity and wildness, is a breath of fresh air in a city where student bars dominate the nightlife scene.