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The player piano tucked away in one corner of The Broadmoor’s cozy English-style pub, The Golden Bee, takes center stage nightly at 8:30 p.m., when ragtime revivalists take requests and lead sing-alongs. After bidding the kiddos good night (The Bee is adults-only after 8 p.m.), grab a lyric booklet and belt — or bluff — your way through “Beer-Barrel Polka” or “Meet Me in St. Louis.”
Meanwhile, La Taverne’s house combo keeps the clubby front room hopping with live pop Thursdays through Sundays. And though entertainment at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Penrose Room is reserved for the dining room, not the lounge, it’s worth a mention, as the stylings of the live orchestra vividly evoke the era of the swanky supper club for the couples who show their stuff on the dance floor between courses.