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For just $15 , you can spend hours listening to the most amazing performers sing and play some of... read more

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Larissa C
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Exception fun and entertainment.

Never in my life have I sang so much. Fun, Fun, Fun...will never forget this night. We celebrated... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2018
Hillsboro, Ohio
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Reviewed 17 December 2017 via mobile

After a long and torturous day of doing the family Disney thing of waiting in excessively long lines for everything from food to rides to the bathroom, it was time for adult fun!

We can’t believe we hadn’t been here sooner! Great drinks, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and sooooo much fun listening to the vast number of requests the dueling pianos take and accomplish!

If you need a night away to sing ridiculous songs at the top of your lungs, pay a minor cover ($12), grab a drink and just ENJOY, this is the place for you.

The clientele is everyone from couples on their honeymoon, people celebrating birthdays or anniversary’s, to exhausted parents and grandparents that have left family to stay with the children to have 20 minutes to themselves. It’s a GREAT mix.

We simply can’t wait to be back!!

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank Jennw421
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

A friend recommended we drop by Jellyrolls during our short trip to Orlando, and it did not disappoint! The pianists create a very fun and inclusive environment, accept all song requests, and really loved to engage with the audience. Highly recommend as a great way to wrap up a long day in the hustle and bustle of the theme parks. Just make sure to eat before you go as they only have drinks and popcorn! :)

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank eiviee
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Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

On a couples only kids at home get away week we spent a night at Jelly Rolls. Great laid back atmosphere with duelling pianos and fun sing alongs. The night flew past. We will be back to this new found fun at Disney.

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank KHMKPfromOntario
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

Stopped here on our last evening at WDW during our 1st visit/honeymoon trip. Recommended by our Lyft driver.

$12 cover fee for each guest
Place was packed on a Saturday night but that's to be expected. No video allowed but pictures permitted. Video wouldn't even do the atmosphere justice. Folks are happily tipsy, singing songs - some classic, some new, some Disney - and everyone is in high spirits. Pianos are going non-stop. Songs are eagerly requested. Players are singing and playing without books or instruction. When packed, tables are hard to come by but it's worth to stand so you can dance and sing along. Didn't order food but a few drinks.

High energy. High spirits. LOTS of fun, unique place! So worth it!

Date of experience: November 2017
3  Thank Reanna C
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

A favorite place on the Boardwalk on the outskirts near the Epcot Theme Park in Orlando, Florida is the Jellyrolls Night Club. Do you like to sing along with dueling Pianos? Do you enjoy the favorite songs you grew up with and don't mind wrapping a dollar in a napkin with a request? Do you feel your youth come back when the 150 or so Jellyroll Clubbers sing and shout the refrains with the players?

Just out the back door of the Swan and Dolphin Hotels and with the Boardwalk Hotel overlooking one end of the Boardwalk where the Club is located sits this prime evening fun spot. You do not have to pay the Epcot entry fee either because the Boardwalk is just outside the gate that is within walking distance. If your hotel is not on the property you can easily park in the adjoining lots.

Although my friends, family and I have been regulars there on our Orlando visits the Cover charge has grown form $7 to $12 PP this time around. That should not deter you because you can nurse a beer all night from when the music begins at 8 PM and ends at 2 AM. Doors open at 7 and the place usually fills soon after.

Eat before because all you can get at Jellyrolls is popcorn. And a bottle of your favorite brew is what to order. I mistakenly wanted an after dinner liquor and my Amaretto & Cream tab was $17.50! $5.00 included for the special prep. What! If an ounce of cream is a special add on I wondered if a Rum & Coke would have a charge of $5 for a special prep as well? I asked to check it out with the manager who never showed up to hear my question.

The evening rolled along and sure enough my requests were honored and the rotating four, two at a time piano player/singers were just"so good", "so good", "so good".

The times have changed with the (songs)as requests usually now include "RAP" (music). If you are a millennial or younger but of drinking age then maybe my thumbs down on a Rap request is something to take issue with. But I did still enjoy The Eagles, Credence Clearwater, Neil Diamond, etc., etc. The entertainers were very talented at the concert pianos and banged out everything. No request stumped them.

And none were removed from the good natured audience for impoliteness or not ordering enough refreshment. So go to Jellyrolls, have a good time but don't order a mixed drink unless you are either O.K. with $17.50, or very thirsty for something other than Budweiser.

Date of experience: November 2017
2  Thank jwh62
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