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We went to see the tribute to The Buena Visit Social Club on Saturday night. This is a quaint little club that is well managed and organized. The earlier show ran a little long, but the club managed to get the early crowd out, our...More
We heard a French jazz quartet; guitar, double-bass, drums and singer. The singer was very good and quite outgoing and friendly and the jazz guitarist was fabulous.
There is no cover charge, but you are required to order two items. The drinks are good but...More
Its a tiny bar located up about three flights of stairs and if you cough you might miss it walking on 52nd street.
The lady a the reception was very friendly and we felt welcomed. It seemed to be full of a really decent eclectic...More
This club is devoted to a wide range of musical genres. We saw a fascinating combination of French Pop music by a Parisian actress/singer/song writer and an Argentine guitar player – both very entertaining and both bringing the house down.
The space is crowded as...More
We bought tickets to see French Heart after reading TA reviews. We went to the 6:00 show and were able to bring our teenage kids with us. The band was wonderful and the sound quality in the club was fantastic. The service was very slow...More
Went out to see a Cuban band and had a great time. The owner was very accommodating and made us feel at home. It is a small club on the Third floor designed around music. We will make this a spot to go next time...More
I will be candid and say this was not our first choice of live music venue but it will be from now on. Tom, our concierge at The Benjamin knocked it out of the park with this recommendation!!! We were treated like superstars from the...More
It's an odd space, on the third floor, either by stairs or single elevator opening directly into a small bar, with between the wars era kitsch here and there. In the room with the stage, everyone sits pell-mell along three strips of tables. It offers...More
We went to this club to hear a band perform a Motown review of popular Motown hits of the 60s 70s and 80s. The band far exceeded our expectations and the performance was spectacular. There is a two-item minimum per person in addition to the...More
I live in NYC since 2015. I have been to several jazz bar/venues and this one does not stand to the expectations. it is a small place, the ambience is not cozy enough for a good jazz club, food and drinks are overpriced.