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Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

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2033 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121-2573
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Where_to_travel_next wrote a review Apr 2020
Vancouver, Canada3,807 contributions356 helpful votes
What a lovely place to enjoy some dinner and listen to live music. Nice classy ambience, obviously the sooner you can book you can you get a better table, especially if you are dining there. Two levels. Their instruction on where to park for free and well marked signage to guide you to the restaurant was very clear. Very good service. Definitely an enjoyable evening and would come back when in town again.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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apexbeat wrote a review Feb 2020
Bellevue, Washington67 contributions33 helpful votes
We've been going here for last 10 years. Some great artists come through but they sell out quickly. We come here for the music first. The sound is great and the views are nice no matter where you sit. It's quite intimate location. Come a little early if you're planning to have dinner so that the service is not rushed. The menu is limited and the food OK for the price you pay. You can also come in just for the music and drinks.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Pamela I wrote a review Feb 2020
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Was so excited to see the band "War" at this location. The venue is really nice and truly all good seats. Small and intimate. The food is extremely overpriced. The coconut prawns appetizers were right out of the store and tasted like they were right out of the microwave. Now for the band....There was only 1 original member of the band. They managed to drag out the only 4 songs they did for the entire hour and a half they played. No encore either. I will admit they sounded great, which made the very short show, even worse. The venue also states they have the right to move your seat choice if needed, which they did, back 2 rows. Most likely will never return.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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SkykomishBob wrote a review Jan 2020
Olympia, Washington719 contributions316 helpful votes
Starting with the website until they give you back your coat as you leave, this place is top notch. We were making a somewhat surprise, to us, visit in Seattle and thought we'd go up Sunday for our Monday meeting. We normally find theatre we want to see on Sundays but there was nothing on, so we looked for music and Jazz Alley had a band we'd never heard of. The website had great bios of all five members of the Steve Gadd Band, and we bought tickets immediately. Here again the experience was the best. Needless to say there weren't many tables left, but every table offered a photo "view" of what you'd see from it. Perfect. My spouse loves to watch piano players, so we got a table tucked off to the right maybe six feet from the piano. We didn't have a great view of the rest of the band, but still it was a great location, and the purchasing process was direct and easy. No paper ticket, just a reservation number. Free parking is offered, but it's an easy, pleasant walk from the Camlin where we stay, even in light rain. Two available stations to check you in promptly by name, and you are handed a slip to give the greeter downstairs. She hung our coats, gave us a number and quickly passed us to a person who led us to our table. The waitress followed with water and menus.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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hqvtraveler wrote a review Jan 2020
Mount Vernon, Washington22 contributions23 helpful votes
Jazz Alley provided another great evening between the great music of Chris Botti and their fabulous venue. Had dinner and a bottle of wine, both were fantastic! And Chris Botti’s Show was fabulous, especially the way he showcases other performers. His violin player from Russia brought tears, and the tenor he brought out near the end of the show was stupendous!!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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