Came to see my friend Katie Cosco play awesome jazz piano on Saint Patrick's Day. She and the trio are great!! Place is packed w/o The happy people. Food is delicious. Wondeevil atmosphere.
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The meatballs and spaghetti here is delicious. Made with good quality beef and served with a delicious tomato sauce with mince onions. The first time I had this dish it was unforgettable - as if it was prepared by an Italian mother.
Nice place for a drink and good local jazz music. Small enough to enjoy the music without the crush of large crowds. A neighborhood place away from the madding tourist crowd. Quiet, relaxing time with the locals.
This place is quite unique. We have been coming here for several years. Our favorite time is late Sunday afternoon. Happy hour drinks! And a nice variety of music. You can sign up to sing a couple of songs or play an instrument. Or just listen. A very talented pianist knows how to play anything! Very low key. Sometimes the... More
Very small spot but the band or jazz playing is fantastic. I like to sit by a window every time I go because the place is so little you will be right next to the band and you won't be able to have a conversation. However, the bar might be a little tight but you will be able to sit... More
Go for the live music and vibrant ambiance. I recommend the moussaka and the pasta al pesto. Drinks are expensive, but arrive before 7 pm for the daily happy hour discounts. Order enough drinks to last you until the music starts at 8pm!
This place is wonderful for one fact and one fact only. It keeps jazz alive and gives singers and musicians the chance to perform. But at their expense. Twice a week is an open mic for singers. So people come in to hear. The singers don't get paid. The owner does. So he really uses talented musicians and singer and... More
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