Cremorne Hotel has undergone a recent renovation and now exudes a relaxed contemporary vibe drawing crowds for drinks and laughs. Local entertainment, trivia, bingo, pool and a sports lounge add to the fun, while a bistro offers modern Australian pub fare. A highlight is the Minky’s Piano Bar, where a pianist plays all the favourite tunes upon request for raucous karaoke and singalongs.
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Seems to be a resurgence to this Hotel recently and when I was there on Saturday night it was packed to the rafters with heaps of north shore types. Love the piano bar called Minskys which attracts a little bit of an older crowd. (tick)
My girlfriends & I went there after a dinner that we had down the road a week or two ago and had a really great time. The staff were very friendly and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and had a good time. The night club was open with some old school music which we all had a bit of a dance to. All in all was good fun
This is a pretty average hotel during the week and, still is on the weekend but, it has a little secret inside called Minsky's. The nightclub upstairs has the Piano bar on the weekends where a man plays the same old tunes week after week and, the crowd is encouraged to sing along. Anyone can get in no matter what condition they are in. Minsky's is the VERY last stop on the way home just dont throw coins at the Piano man or else he will stop playing. The crowd is Drunk regardless of their age so you better be ready for much silliness and, the possibilities of losing your voice because you've sung along to Billy Joel!