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INFO The Jazz Standard is a live jazz music bar located in Manhattan on 116 East 27th Street. Located below Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke barbecue restaurant the Jazz Standard, replete with red leather benches and exposed... ... read more

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Jazz Standard - Jazz Club in New York.

The Jazz Standard is a live jazz music bar located in Manhattan on 116 East 27th Street.

Located below Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke barbecue restaurant the Jazz Standard, replete with red leather benches and exposed filament bulbs, is arguably one of the classiest joints to view jazz in the city.

Featuring such musicians as organist Dr. Lonnie Smith, Larry Goldings, and Cedar Walton, the Jazz Standard enforces a strict quiet policy, ensuring guests can hear the music they came for. Moreover, the Jazz Standard has no table minimum, meaning you can enjoy the jazz without worrying so much about your drink budget.

Popular events at the Jazz Standard are Mingus Mondays, when the Mingus Big Band tackles the rhythms of late bass-master Charles Mingus.

Besides jazz, the Jazz Standard also features funk, R&B, and blues. The club shares a food menu with Blue Smoke, which includes the signature Blue Smoke Ale and a selection of over twenty varieties of tequila.

Jazz Standard User Reviews

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Chi-Chi A. May 22, 2013
When first walking into the Jazz Standard to see Esperanza Spalding I wasn't quite sure what to expect. When it comes to any kind of jazz club/lounge this is the case. You can assume the mood lighting will be present but the size...that's tricky. Usually the smaller and more intimate music venues win with me and Jazz Standard definitely fits into that equation. The venue was packed, but not in the sweaty 'there are so many people surrounding me I may puke' way. Maybe it was the fact that I was so distracted with Esperanza's phenominal voice, but the amount of people didn't bother me. In fact that just made it better. One of my favorite things to do go to concerts by myself. It's so much easier to meet new people who have the same interests as you this way, at least for me. Finding a seat isn't hard if you don't mind exposing yourself to a few new faces. The Jazz Standards' crowd is so wonderfully diverse which futhermore made this a good experience. My only concern is whether or not the scene changes from night to night depending on who is playing. Nevertheless, if you're looking for a solid hide-a-way on a stormy night when you don't want to be completly alone, Jazz Standard is the place. Good music, good people, good vibes. What more could you want on a Saturday night?
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