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Blues Alley

203 Reviews
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Blues Alley

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1073 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20007-3635
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QueenBT2020 wrote a review Mar 2020
20 contributions2 helpful votes
We hoped the entertainment would offset the bad and expensive food. Very crammed in and we don’t plan to return. Food used to be good but is not anymore but cost more. More tables were added at the expense of customer satisfaction and safety. Unfortunately the entertainment is offset by the referenced concerns.😂
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tal S wrote a review Feb 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia215 contributions20 helpful votes
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Fulfilled a Lifelong dream by attending the Roy Ayers live event. The first thing I noticed was the amount of tables crammed into the small seating area (The 2 Top tables) were a combination Bench/Chair that were positioned so close together that my glass of water and a Bottle of Heineken were spilled when the couple seated next to us lightly bumped our table, it was so cramped my wife had nowhere but the floor to place her purse. I was seated on the chair and I stopped counting at 20 the amount of times my chair was bumped by staff and other patrons being seated. I had Gumbo Soup and The Cajun Chicken and my Wife had a bowl of French onion Soup and a Chicken Ceasar Salad (That was over dressed and Oily) the cost was $90 Dollars for a Dinner that was equal in quality to something you would expect in a Cafeteria. Parking was in a Garage across the street (No Validation was offered). Other observations: Very small and inadequate Restroom facilities, No draft Beer available, Dim Lighting. In Closing I would like to add this: It's obvious that the Owners care much more about Profit than the do about Clientele due to the amount of Tables they have Crammed into such a small space. These are problems that can be fixed but it will take effort to do so -Tal S.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gianpelle wrote a review Feb 2020
137 contributions39 helpful votes
I reserved a table for my wife and two friends. The place is little enough to appreciate the live music but sufficienttly large to stay confortable having our dinner during the show. The service is very efficient and the food as well as the vine are good. The atmosphere is top, even for those which are not really bleus music passionate. Very recommended
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Christin C wrote a review Jan 2020
Atlanta, Georgia351 contributions68 helpful votes
Great venue! Music wasn’t too loud, intimate setting and talented artists. Waitress was attentive. Drinks were good - not stingy with the alcohol - and food was average, which is better than expected at a club with a purchase minimum. The seats are close together and first come, first serve. Expect obstructed views unless you happen to be in the front row. We would go back!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Emily S wrote a review Jan 2020
Gulfport, Mississippi, United States3 contributions8 helpful votes
Spectacular service; attentive, generous, and professional. Champaigne was flowing like a broken levee after Hurricane Katina. The performing artists were charismatic and charming. The proxiimty to parking was perfect. The whole place has got panache -bar-none. I've been to Seattle's finest venues and lived in New Orleans for 20 years, so I know quality.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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