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Dizzy's Club Coca Cola
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Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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10 Columbus Cir New York, NY 10019
10 Columbus CirUSNYNew York10019
$$$$Night Club, Jazz ClubToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 11:45 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 11:45 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
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Upscale, intimate jazz club in Lincoln Center serving Southern-accented fare & themed cocktails.- Google
People talk about central park, live jazz, late night sessions, 5th floor and willie jones iii
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Borja Díaz de Terán
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent place to enjoy great jazz music. The food is not that great though so I'm giving it 4 stars
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Almond Joy
reviewed a year ago
Haven't been in a while, but just wanted to say that the food was not that great unless you like canned goods food. Not real New Orleans cuisine with flavor and taste. The layout is the best thing about this place. The staff and management is like the Wizard of Oz. Lions and tigers and bears oh my. Or more like the flying monkeys trying to kidnap Dorothy to deliver to the wicked witch. The music is good unless their featured artist are friends of the management who can't sing or play well. Pretentious for no reason, but it is what it is!
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Kanene Holder
reviewed a year ago
If you wanna have your breath taken away by some of the best vocalist and horn players in the WORLD! Come to Dizzy's a world class Jazz Club overlooking Central Park. Dizzy's views are stunning and the acoustics compliment the night sky. Prepare to drown in a symphonic sea of tranquility. As that weren't enough, your tastebuds will lindy-hop for joy because of the chef's equisite fushion menu of New Orlean fine dining. Wether you are dressed up for a special occasion or chilling in your jeans and favorite cardigan, make sure you make reservations far in advance, as Dizzy's tends to sell out because it never sells you short. Dizzy's is an amazing cosmopolitan place for romance, meetings and new beginnings. Come to Dizzy's!
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Jordan Fugazzotto
reviewed a year ago
Took my girlfriend here on a Thursday for one of the late night sessions that starts at 11:30. It is first come first serve and we arrived around 11:10 and got a pretty good spot in line. There were only a few groups of people in front of us. We got seated right in front of the stage and the show was fantastic. The cover charge was $5 and you needed to spend a minimum of $5 at the table. I couldn't believe how great the show was and it only cost us a little over $13. If you are going to order food and a few drinks it will be a lot more pricey but if you eat before you come and then only order a drink once you are there you can see a great show at a great location for an extremely low price.
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Susan De Castro
reviewed a year ago
I love going to Dizzys! The music is always superb. I have seen shows during all sets, but I particularly like the late sets. The menu is scrumptious, with enough choices. The bar menu and wine list is also excellent. Try Dizzy's when you're in NYC!
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Thomas Sun
reviewed a year ago
My father was a huge classical music fan and he brought me up on Vivaldi, Beethoven, and Mozart. I was a 90s kid, so obviously I grew up with the sounds of Tribe Called Quest, 2Pac, and the glory days of hip hop. Those two different genres of music led me on a beautiful spiritual journey to discovering jazz. Ever since I was a teenager, the sounds of Monk, Coltrane, and Davis have enlightened, haunted, and enriched my life. The Jazz at Lincoln Center is an establishment that is not only keeping jazz alive, but they are working hard to making it accessible to everyone. Dizzy's Club is a wonderful part of that admirable and important pursuit. Tuesdays-Saturdays, the club has a special late night session. The musicians that played in the more expensive evening session play from 11:00-12:30 for the public in a special session called "Late Nights at Dizzys." Best part is that it's only a $5 cover with $5 drinks and $5 food items. The food and drinks are actually quite good. The artists play in front of full glass windows that look out onto Columbus Circle and Central Park. Sit back and enjoy the beautiful sounds of some of the world's best jazz musicians. Go with friends, take a special someone, or take your family. It's a place that fits almost every occasion. The improvisation of the jazz musicians will inspire you and you'll walk out feeling good about life. The sounds will continue with you as you walk the beautiful streets. Even though it's changing every day, I still absolutely am in love with this city. And the sounds of Coltrane pulsate through me as I walk the city. Coming to Dizzy's Late Nights is good for the soul.
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