Just when we thought Market Street had it all — tchotchkes, pralines, the entire population of Dayton, Ohio — Sam Mustafa realized what was missing, a dueling piano bar.
Mustafa, the man behind Toast, Tabbuli, Eli’s Table, and more, will open Que d’keys in May. In a press release Mustafa says, “We are following the City of Charleston’s wish to enhance the live music scene downtown. We are so fortunate to have tremendous talent right here in Charleston and look forward to providing a stylish and comfortable space that will showcase them year round to residents and tourists alike.”
With the arrival of Que d’keys the Lowcountry now has two dueling piano bars. Fill Restaurant And Piano Bar opened in Mt. Pleasant in the former Mosaic Cafe in February.
Que d’keys’ venue has yet-to-be announced, but we do know it will have 80 seats and will be available to rent out for special events. We reached out to ask what kind of cuisine will be served but have yet to hear back. Based on the title, we’re betting barbecue.