Live jazz in historic intimate setting. Each show is about 45 minutes of music. The room is tiny and the three rows of seating(wood benches) is only for those with advance ticket purchases unless it doesn't sell out. We bought tickets in advance and we are glad we did. The line to buy queues up about 1 hour before the show. The room is packed with folks on the floor and standing in the back. It is hot! There is no a/c, no restroom, no food or beverages for sale but you can bring in drinks. The heat and closeness adds to the experience of what early jazz clubs must have been like. The music was excellent. The only souvenir my teen asked for on the whole trip was t-shirt from here which was high quality and only $15. We went to 8 pm show but would go to 9 pm show next time and stand outside to listen to the early show, it was that good! Only downside, not allowed to take a photo of the performance! So disappointed.
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