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Blue Note
Jazz Club$$$$
Today 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
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131 W 3rd St New York, NY 10012
131 West 3rd StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$$$Jazz Club, Night ClubToday 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 6:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
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Legendary jazz musicians take the stage at this intimate club that also serves American eats.- Google
"I had so many good cheese with my wine and great live Jazz music."
"I had blue note jazz brunch here!"
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Vladimir Jovanovic
a month ago
Your decision to visit Blue Note should be based solely on your love to music. This legendary, influential and important music landmark offers amazing shows in an intimate atmosphere. The experience you get here is matched by small music venues where you go to see up and coming artists making their way through, except artists you'll hear at Blue Note are well established musicians and often big legends (that especially goes for jazz music, if you didn't do your homework on Blue Note Records. There are basically no words to describe how big of an impact this record label had and still has on jazz and music overall). Now talking about service, there are many things that could be better. First of all, if you're considering getting a table, try going with a group of five or more people. Tables are jammed up next to each other with very little room to walk in between, so you might end up in a crammed up space next to random people. If you go with a group you can reserve a bigger table with nice view on the stage. Service is great with servers, runners and bussers being absolutely on point. Right amount of friendliness and professionalism. Food on the other side is not the best part of Blue Note. I had a veggie sandwich with pretty stale bread and overall very dry and bleak taste. My wife had farfalle pasta with watery sauce that didn't make the dish very appealing and it tasted bland. Maybe meat lovers have better luck here with burgers and other meat dishes. Although Blue Note is a must for a music lover, don't expect to enjoy nice food here with amazing music.
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Arlene Glover
2 months ago
I haven't been there in years but when I did go there "Nancy Wilson" was there. I Loved the Atmosphere and the food was great. The show was beautiful also. I Love Jazz and I'll be visiting there very soon.
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Roxanne Clinton
6 months ago
Look this is New York City doggone it! The center of the universe. If you want cheap admission and $5 cocktails and roomy seating..stay in Kansas. For the price of admission and the acoustics and the top of the line talent it's a great venue and has been a staple on the NYC jazz scene for decades. You go for the experience!! I will admit that if you're claustrophobic you will be uncomfortable. But if you're visiting us from out of town then just bear with the elbow to elbow seating and enjoy the show. You will be satisfied to have experienced what us NY'ers experience on the subway to work every invasion of your personal space. But aside from that have a burger a few drinks and enjoy. I love the Blue Note and it's the best spot in town for jazz!
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3 months ago
Awesome place to have a jazz. Though it's quite crowded with tourists, the atmosphere was great and neat for ppl to visit.
Adrian W
2 months ago
Nothing to like about this place. They cramp you in there like a pack of sardines! Literally didn't have any elbow room to eat my food....yeah it was that tight! They brought me a drink in a child size 4 Oz mcdonalds cup and said there are no free refills. Oh and one more thing to note...they wanted $35 PER PERSON for a table!!! Absolutely absurd. Avoid this place at all costs.
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Tiffany Cheng
4 months ago
Saw The Mighty Third Rail at Blue Note. They are pretty awesome @TheMightyThirdRail. Blue Note is a bit cramped and old, but you aren't going for plush seats, you're there for the show. Sit back and relax and enjoy it! The staff is friendly and the drinks are okay, but definitely a bit pricey.
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Michael Piston
7 months ago
Blue Note is of course the premier jazz venue in the nation and on this basis alone deserves 5 stars. Nevertheless, it is not perfect and so is not getting it. Be aware that it is exceptionally crowded and unless you are a group of 6 you will be seated with strangers. Very cool sophisticated strangers who like you (because why else would you go there) love great music, but strangers just the same. Service of food and drinks is slow, probably due to forces outside their control but again, be aware of it. The venue basically survives by charging a steep cover and shoehorning everyone into a very small space. It is precisely the quality of their acts which give them this luxury. Still, it would be nice if they could move to a large space like Birdland, which frequently has performers of similar quality in a vastly less crowded venue. Nevertheless, I will always look forward to going to the Blue Note, especially when Chick Corea appears as he does on a surprisingly regular basis.
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José L. Rodríguez
7 months ago
Good space to appreciate some good jazz. The only value this place has is the quality of some of the regular acts. Other than that, the space feels cramped beyond comfort even for nyc standards. The drinks are priced like in a club but the quality leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the staff are rude or indifferent.


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