Party Earth Review Music lovers won’t want to miss Gregory’s Jazz Club, a popular and intimate venue where the live jazz has an unmistakable Italian flair. Arranged like a townhouse, the club consists of a narrow downstairs... ... read full review
Via Gregoriana, 54a
06 679 6386
Tu–Su 8pm–3:30am (Closed August)
Piazza di Spagna, Rome –
Music lovers won’t want to miss Gregory’s Jazz Club, a popular and intimate venue where the live jazz has an unmistakable Italian flair.
Arranged like a townhouse, the club consists of a narrow downstairs room featuring a handful of tables, walls lined with black-and-white photos of jazz legends, and a bar set against smoky 70s-style mirrors where friendly groups of regulars hang out before the show.
Upstairs, the audience rests comfortably on navy velvet couches facing the stage, while the low ceilings and faux bookshelf wallpaper create a cozy atmosphere where jazz aficionados will feel right at home.
Open jam sessions on Wednesdays attract a higher percentage of musicians and can be one of the most sociable nights at the club, while other nights draw a slightly more sophisticated clientele of music lovers.
For those who enjoy whiskey, Gregory’s is also heralded as Rome’s premier whiskey bar with over seventy-five different brands on the shelf.
Regardless of the patrons’ preferences, there’s no doubt that the combination of jazz and whiskey in the classiest jazz club in town can make for a wonderful evening.
Low-key jazz lovers and musicians, late 20s and up.
Live jazz. Open jam sessions on Wednesdays. Check the website for a schedule.
Menu includes sweet and savory crêpes, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, salads, and pizza. Reservations recommended on the weekends. Those interested in playing at the open jam sessions need to book their spot in advance.
Cover charge €7. Crêpes €7+, salads €5+, cheeseburgers/hot dogs €9, pizza €7–€10. Beer €4–€6, wine €6, cocktails €8+, whiskey €8+.
Wednesdays for the more spontaneous vibe of the jam sessions, and weekends for shows by well-known musicians.