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Although it isn’t romantic in the traditional sense, Golden Bee is certainly cozy, with its carved mahogany woodwork and gleaming brass fixtures. By day, it’s lively and energetic with families and co-workers kicking back on their lunch break — this is a locals’ haunt as much as a casual alternative for The Broadmoor guests out of tie-and-jacket mode. But by night, it’s even livelier, when the 21-plus age policy goes into effect and the ragtime pianist starts rolling out the barrel for a sing-along crowd. There are plenty of opportunities to snuggle up to your significant other as you sip Bristol Brewery’s 50th Anniversary ESBee pint and belt out a show tune.
The Golden Bee’s casual and fun atmosphere makes for a memorable experience. The restaurant offers an atypical romantic choice for patrons to bond over beers and ragtime piano.