I attended "The Art of The Song" event on a Sunday evening, mostly because my late brother's very good childhood friend, Linda Tate, was performing as a part of the show. What a tremendous surprise this off the beaten path Jazz Club and restaurant proved to be. The music was outstanding, not only from Linda, but Laury Shelley and Joanie Pallatto were tremendous jazz vocalist, Dave Onderdonk a superior guitarist and Sparrow a truly entertaining pianist. The music was absolutely wonderful--cover charge $5.00! (Did you hear that Jazz Showcase).
The drinks were a bit pricey, but generous portions were poured by the bartender, and the menu was surprisingly varied for a place that seats maybe 50 people.
We had the Shrimp which was sautéed in fresh tomato, Greek feta and basil, and Prosciutto which was uniquely prepared--Asparagus wrapped in prosciutto and goat cheese with balsamic vinegar. The Vegetarian Pasta Kapama, a Greek tomato sauce prepared with red wine and cachet of herbs and spices slowly simmered, served over traditional Miskos spaghetti, and topped with grated Parmesan and fresh basil garnish, was fine, but not great. On the other hand, the Stuffed Chicken Breast filled with sautéed spinach and creamy feta was to die for good! I will certainly be dining at this establishment again, out of the way though it may be for me.
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