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The Baker’s Keyboard Lounge was started in May 1934 as a beer and sandwich restaurant. Until 1954 the main attraction was music from local pianist Pat Flowers during night. In 1957 the highest rate Italian tile was installed and the walls were covered with paintings of the artist Harry Carew and the club was converted into a piano shaped bar. The bar is popular for traditional Jazz and has a beautiful ambience.