During the 1930, perhaps even earlier, one didn't have to go into Manhattan for the Jazz scene. Brooklyn had one of it's own. You're invited to a magical evening of music, as you’ll be taken behind the scenes of this undercover jazz venue.
Retreat back to a different time and spend the evening in an intimate setting. You'll experience the enjoyment of a live jazz concert, a Southern fish fry buffet, and lastly an open mic to delight your palette. Included in your experience is an upright grand piano, such as the ones once used to create some of today's classic Jazz tunes on Pan Alley Row, grouped alongside other acoustic style instruments in what is, THE ROOM. See the many venues that housed jazz greats like Thelonious Monk, Randy Weston, Miles Davis, Max Roach, Hank Mobley and others.
Travel back in time for an exceptional night of history and jazz.
Note: The dresscode is smart casual but feel free to jazz it up. Gratuity is not included in the price of admission.
What to expect
- Enjoy back-in-the-day “no amp” salon jazz in a historic home with a kick-off-your-shoes vibe and meal
- Revive the local jazz scene of the past
- Stuff yourself with a traditional Southern fish fry buffet cooked on site
- Lose yourself in the music on this behind-the-scenes look at an underground jazz club
About this Activity
|Price||$100.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||4 hours|
All sales are final; there are no refunds.