Baker's Keyboard Lounge
現地メンバー30人のおすすめ · 推定料金相場は4段階中2 ·
This is the oldest operating jazz club in the world—not the United States, the world! It looks like something straight out of The Godfather—white linens, very dark, very intimate. I swear, you can still feel guys like John Coltrane, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington in here. There’s a very communal U-shaped bar, and the food is absolutely phenomenal. Do yourself a favor and go with the fried chicken and a side order of cabbage.
This is the oldest and coolest jazz club in the US. Absolutely a must experience. There is a parking, but be safe - take a Lyft or Uber.
The oldest live jazz spot in the city. The soul food is the perfect compliment to the great music!
Claims to be the world's oldest operating jazz club. Strong drinks and soul food. Get there early on the weekends.
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