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Blue Note Jazz Club

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131 W 3rd St, New York, NY 10012.


  • Blue Note Jazz Club

    $19 for $35 - Jazz Brunch or Ticket to an Evening Show


    Limit 10 per customer. Email reservations required and subject to availability. Merchant cancel.. read morelation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture. All ages welcome; non-alcoholic beverages available. Must be age 21. with valid ID to consume alcohol. Option B: minimum $5 food or beverage purchase required. Option B: excludes March 15, March 31, April 5, and April 23. Entire value must be used in a single visit. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50% Enjoy a bluesy Sunday brunch and more at Blue Note Jazz Club -- head to this iconic Greenwich Village venue, where you'll take in the soulful sounds -- and tastes -- of the Brunch Series and other performances that will get you groovin':. $19 ($35 value) for a Sunday jazz brunch including one brunch entr. e, a drink of your choice & cover charge. $17 ($35 value) for one ticket to a 10:30 p. m. evening show, Tues-Thurs or Sun. All ages are welcome to these events, available on select dates in March & April "It's difficult to say how special this place is. It is like a temple for jazz lovers. There is no other place where [it's] possible to watch such magnificent musicians. " - Facebook Reviewer Sunday jazz brunch features different performers each Sunday from March 1 through April 26: Joe Alterman Trio (3/1) International Women's Day: Women of the World (3/8) Juilliard Jazz Brunch (3/15) The New School (3/22) Combo Nuvo (3/29) East Meets West Brunch Series featuring Mika Mimura Group (4/5) Hiromi Suda (4/12) Martha Kato (4/19) Sumi Kaneko (4/26) The 10:30 p. m. evening show features quite the lineup too, from March 3 through April 30. You'll need to purchase a minimum of $5 of food or drink -- it'll make the experience all the more enjoyable: Ron Carter Quartet (3/3 to 3/5 and 3/8) Dee Dee Bridgewater (3/10 to 3/12) Maceo Parker (3/17 to 3/19 and 3/22) James Moody 90th Birthday Celebration (3/24 to 3/26 and 3/29) Nicholas Payton Trio (4/1 to 4/2) Donald Harrison (4/7 to 4/9 and 4/12) Roy Hargrove (4/14 to 4/16 and 4/19) Michel Camilo (4/21 to 4/22 to 4/26) The Bad Plus (4/28 to 4/30) Blue Note Jazz Club Website | Facebook

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N A.
Great music guaranteed It is one of the best jazz club in the City. Don't forget to make your reservation, and still be ready to wait in the line. There...

Roy M.
THE MUSIC WAS BAD AND THE FOOD WAS POOR. Rachelle Ferrell had a nervous breakdown on stage last night. She barely sang one song! And she kept talking about...

Steve D.
I don't mind the cramped seating at the tables; every great jazz club I've been to is intimate. I don't mind the mediocre food, of which the most charitable...
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Lilly Calandrello
The music here is amazing! The list of great artist who have played the Blue Note is phenomenal. The place itself .. not so much. Somewhat of a cave. But I always enjoy it anyway :)
Louis Vuitton
The crème de la crème in New York Jazz, the Blue Note is more of a shrine to the good old days of jazz. Get tickets to the later show and enjoy a few encore songs!
The Blue Note located is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. It is known to many as a Manhattan legend with many new and old jazz groups performing on a nightly basis.
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rating 3.9 out of 5
Roxanne Clinton
Look this is New York City doggone it! The center of the universe. If you want cheap admission and $5 cocktails and roomy seating..stay in Kansas. For the price of admission and the acoustics and the top of the line talent it's a great venue and has been a staple on the NYC jazz scene for decades.....
Michael Piston
Blue Note is of course the premier jazz venue in the nation and on this basis alone deserves 5 stars. Nevertheless, it is not perfect and so is not getting it. Be aware that it is exceptionally crowded and unless you are a group of 6 you will be seated with strangers. Very cool sophisticated strange....
José L. Rodríguez
Good space to appreciate some good jazz. The only value this place has is the quality of some of the regular acts. Other than that, the space feels cramped beyond comfort even for nyc standards. The drinks are priced like in a club but the quality leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the staff are ru....
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