It was a great experience to walk by into smoke. It seems like they have a good base of local visitors, and the jazz artist are great. The food is good, though a tiny bit overpriced. We were hungry, and ate well. Great experience
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This is a nice cozy, maybe a little romantic jazz club on the Upper West Side. We have been here several times and had enjoyable experiences. However, our evening on Saturday, February 17th was a night I wish we could forget. The four of us...More
Went for a family night out. Victor Gould quartet was great with lots of talent. The food was better than what can be expected at a jazz club. Of the meals we had, the NY strip steak was the best. The Prix Fix menu dessert...More
If good jazz is the priority, this is a good place to have dinner at. Food was decent, not spectacular, but large portions. They participated in the NYC Restaurant week and we had their 3 course prix fixe menu, at $45 for Starter/Main/Macrons-eclairs. Restaurant is...More
This place is really good for a date nights. The food is perfect and music is not that loud, so you can actually eat and talk and enjoy jazz. They have the dining area and the seating at the bar area. I would say dining...More
A small jazz club and restaurant. We went to hear Gary Bartz and stayed for the midnight session with young lions of jazz. The place is small but you can capture all the sounds. The midnight show was packed with NYorkers.
This small, but very friendly venue is a great place to sample quality Jazz. The food is a very good. Steaks to perfection, tacos looked very good. The chicken is awesome! Excellent service from start to finish... can't fault the night out.
This Jazz Club offers the best jazz performances in NY! Always quality artists, very high level. Cosy, intimate club atmosphere , surprising good food. On Tuesdays the Mike Ledonne Quartet with the organ groove!
If you enjoy great live Jazz bands in a small bar that absolutely oozes atmosphere then this is the place for you- it's fantastic. A small bar, some 10 tables or so and a small stage, usually complete with a jazz band (4 musicians would...More