This is a good place to see performers up close and personal - the seating is tight, but not oppressive, and the acoustics are fine. It's general admission, and prime tables often are reserved for 'friends of the band,' but the room is small enough to make the experience enjoyable wherever you are seated. Drinks are expensive - as they are just about everywhere! We take advantage of the "show and stay" package, which offers a special room rate at the Doubletree, where the club is located. Although we have enjoyed the prix fixe, pre-reserved dinner in the hotel's restaurant, it is expensive - in the future, I think we'll just order from the menu. Parking is free for guests of the hotel; $35 for just the club.
We think it's one of the most affordable. enjoyable ways to spend a weekend in Boston without breaking the bank. If you live within reasonable driving distance of the city, and you like Jazz, check out the Scullers schedule, and book yourself a delightful weekend!
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