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#Jazz Live #NYC @ #Cleopatra 's Needle #Thrusday with Mr.#Kate_Cosco Duet Trio 7 pm -11 pm No Cover and #Jam #Session with Ms. #Kazu Trio 11:30 - 2:30 am. Full #Middle_Eastern #Menu , Full #Bar , #Happy #Hour & #Sports #TV .
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#Jazz #Open_Mic #NYC @ #Cleopatra's_Needle #Wednesday with Mr. #Les_Kurtz Trio 7 pm-11 pm No Cover Charge. #Jam_Session 11:30 pm - 2:30 am With Mr. #Nathan_Brown , Full #Middle_Eastern _Menu, Full #Bar, #Happy_Hour, #Sports_TV .
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#Live_Jazz_NYC @ #Cleopatra 's Needle #Friday with #Matt_Baker Trio 8pm -12 am #No_Cover and #Jam_Session 12:30 - 3 am. with Mr. #Robert_Rucker Full #Middle_Eastern #Menu , Full #Bar , #Happy_Hour & #Sports_TV .
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#Jazz_Live #NYC @ #Cleopatra 's Needle #Tuesday with #Marc_Devine Trio 8 pm - 9 pm & #Jam_Session 9 pm-1 am, #No_Cover_charge . Full #Middle_Eastern_Menu , Full #Bar , #Happy_Hour & #Sports_TV .
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#Jazz_Live #NYC @ #Cleopatra 's Needle #Monday with Mr. #Jon_Weiss Due 8 pm - 9 pm & #Jam_Session 9 pm-1 am, #No_Cover_charge . Full #Middle_Eastern_Menu , Full #Bar , #Happy_Hour & #Sports_TV .
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“What actions are most excellent? To gladden the heart of human beings, to feed the hungry, to help the afflicted, to lighten the sorrow of the sorrowful, and to remove the sufferings of the injured.” (Bukhari)

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Music starts Mon., Tues., Fri., and Sat. @ 8pm. Wed. and Thurs. @ 7pm. Sunday music starts @ 4pm. Jam session is every night. Open mic is every Sunday 4PM-8PM & Wednesday 7PM-11PM. Back to Main Page · Next Month. Open Mic & Jam Session Schedule. Open Mic. open mic. Jam Session. jam session ...
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“Singers get so close to the essence of a song—you really learn how it's meant to be done. I've always loved working with singers.” Happily for Keith Ingham, the thrice-Grammy nominated British-born pianist (Benny Goodman; Roy Eldridge; Ben Webster), arranger and accompanist (Peggy Lee; ...
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“What actions are most excellent? To gladden the heart of human beings, to feed the hungry, to help the afflicted, to lighten the sorrow of the sorrowful, and to remove the sufferings of the injured.” (Bukhari)
http://www.cleopatrasneedleny.com/August_Schedule.html
Music starts Mon., Tues., Fri., and Sat. @ 8pm. Wed. and Thurs. @ 7pm. Sunday music starts @ 4pm. Jam session is every night. Open mic is every Sunday 4PM-8PM & Wednesday 7PM-11PM. Back to Main Page · Next Month. Open Mic & Jam Session Schedule. Open Mic. open mic. Jam Session. jam session ...
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2485 Broadway New York, NY 10025
2485 BroadwayUSNew YorkNew York10025
$$Bar & Grill, Jazz ClubToday 3:30 pm – 3:00 am
Monday 3:30 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 3:30 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 3:30 pm – 3:00 amThursday 3:30 pm – 3:00 amFriday 3:30 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 3:30 pm – 4:00 amSunday 3:00 pm – 2:00 am
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Cleopatra's Needle, named after the famed Egyptian monument in New York City Central Park, is the world-renewed New York hot spot known for serving up food, drinks and hot live jazz to the New York
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Jazz joint where admission's free, the food's Meditteranean & the talent includes veteran acts.- Google
"I love the fact that I can come in any day of the week and there is live jazz."
"Most nights there is live music, usually jazz, sometimes more eclectic."
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Chloe Schmits
2 months ago
Let me start off by saying I love this place! I love the fact that I can come in any day of the week and there is live jazz. The food is great, I personally love the Chicken Kebab. If you get there in time for happy hour you get a great deal. I recommend this restaurant to everyone.
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thank you Chloe very much for your beautiful words. We will do every thing we can to keep your love for Cleopatra's Needle for good. From Day to Day, Night to Night, Month to Month, Year to Year and from Holiday to another we will keep working to keep Cleo's as you loved.
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Yasue Matsubayashi
4 months ago
It is a great spot to have some drink, dinner and hang out for the music. The owner is always well coming its guests. Nice, laid back and inexpensive. Try this place !
Sara Wells
a year ago
I love this place! I am not in the area often but try to make the happy hour when I am. Best chocolate martini in the city. The staff is kind and the atmosphere is relaxing.
alexandermarimba
a year ago
It was our worst restaurant experience. The food was average and expensive. The waiter was unfriendly and rude and after some time we had to change the table because one of their favourite customers came in. And also when we went out, he said nothing, no "goodbye" or another friendly word. A really bad place to be.
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January Gray
5 months ago
My husband and I met here a bazillion years ago and return often. I cannot imagine how this place gets poor reviews. We are always treated well and have an enjoyable time. The pitchers of Sangria are to die for and the food is delicious. Always great music and great people. It's nice to listen to great music, but still be able to have a conversation at your table without shouting. The owner has never been rude, and I seriously doubt a jazz club is going to be racist. Seriously??? Ignore the bad reviews and give this place a try.
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Creel McFarland
6 months ago
That was unfortunate. So, the Jazz players were great....obviously talented. They earned and received my tip. There was no waiting and the server was acceptably pleasant. We ordered a Kabob and a ceasar salad and it arrived in an appropriate amount of time. The salad was very good and I consumed it with pleasure. The kabob plate however was lacking any seasoning. It was flat, flavor wise. The rice was unseasoned....just rice. The kabob veggies were seared but not cooked. The meat, which the menu described as marinated, was flavorless, overcooked, and tough. We asked to return the kabob plate and replace it with a cup of soup which was all the appetite we had left and the waitress apologized and returned the dish to the kitchen. A couple of minutes later, this happened....a manager approached our table and directed the waitress to inform us that we HAD to each spend at least $10 and we had not met that requirement. He repeated the rule 'you must order something more' and left us with no apology for our poor meal or interest in our dining experience. We were quite put off by this, but ordered a Baklava to meet our 'minimum'. Well, it arrived with dobs of canned whipped cream and a steak knife. After sampling, and dicing up our freezer burned desert, we scooted the plate away and asked for our check. The check came as expected, without the Kabob added, and with the soup. We paid, tipped the band, and made our way home. I understand the need for a cover/minimum. I also understand why there was no waiting and empty tables on a Friday night. I love seeing businesses succeed and support those that do. I just can't support uncaring, impersonal service and poor food. Poor food = minus two stars Uncaring management = minus two stars Great music = plus one star Equals a two star night.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Since you are very generous and tipped the band we would like to gift you with a jazzy song we always presented for generous people like you " Hit the road Jack and never come back "
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Cecil Lee
a year ago
I use to go to this spot often. It has been going down hill for years. The original owner died years ago and his brother took over the establishment. Yes, the brother is rude and possibly raciest, I cannot be sure of his motives. What I do know is that episodes of non-hospitality at the Needle has chased away many a jazz aficionado, casual repeating customers and myself. It is a shame because the upper west side could use an additional jazz/watering hole.
Maher M
2 years ago
Great experience. I'v been here a few times and I've eaten different dishes. The appetizers are good. Some of the dishes that I really enjoy are the spinach pie, Kabbehsinaya, Moussakh and all the Kabbab dishes. This place is great and coupled with festive decorations make for a nice atmosphere. If you love live jazz music and you want to have a good time, this is the place to be.