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Blue Note
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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
(212) 475-8592bluenotejazz.com
$$$$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 blue note jazz brunch here!"
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"I had so many good cheese with my wine and great live Jazz music."
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Tiffany Cheng
a month 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
4 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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Tatiana Serrano
5 months ago
Horrible Full capacity $55 USD to stay inside trash can pushed by personal rude rude bouncers they will hit you and make you look guilty and kick you out once you pay the cover charge
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Leah Latella
a year ago
My boyfriend is a musician and plays here often. I've been moving around to see what seats have the best sound. Don't sit in the very front row. There are two sets of speakers and you miss them and end up hearing more of the stage volume instead of what's really intended for the house. Every other spot sounds really great, and the best sound funny enough is back in the bar area. The back corner has a higher platform where you can really see well. Also, the burger is good option for dinner. It was surprisingly good and $16 is great compared to the prices of the other entrees. Also the shrimp and avocado sandwich is very good.
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Roxanne Clinton
3 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 morning...an 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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José L. Rodríguez
4 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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Brian Morgan
in the last week
Pretty expensive ($9 for a beer) but you wont find better live jazz anywhere else.
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Richardo Wilson
a year ago
I went here on a coupon from "Groupon" for Brunch and had a fantastic time. I had so many good cheese with my wine and great live Jazz music. I went with a girlfriend at the time and it was really smooth as we were looking for somewhere interesting to go. If you looking for a smooth laid back place to create an unique moment, then this is one of those place. Eat.Shop.Play. Live Life Unscripted...

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