Music Clubs in NYC

Diamond Horseshoe
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235 W. 46th St.
New York, NY
In 1938, legendary theater owner and operator Billy Rose opened Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe in the basement of the Paramount. The nightclub was the talk of the town, with its vaudeville-style revues, some choreographed by Gene Kelly. Though the hot spot ultimately closed in 1951, it is back—promising a maximalist entertainment experience, a surreal fusion of calculated refinement and coquettish playfulness.

Dizzy's Club Coca Cola
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10 Columbus Circle
New York, NY
Hailed as "the best jazz room in the city," by none other than jazz icon Tony Bennett, Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola is Jazz at Lincoln Center's one-stop shop for some of the best live jazz and sophisticated soul food this side of New Orleans. With 140 seats, the club is open year-round and also features stunning views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, an acoustically impeccable performance space, world-class jazz artists at an affordable price, and a casual late-night scene.

Fat Cat
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75 Christopher St.
New York, NY
Fat cat is a diverse cultural institution featuring live music, games, art space and innovative educational programming. our musical offerings highlight emerging artists and legends of genres ranging from jazz to latin, classical and world music. we sustain the tradition of late nightly jam sessions which makes New York the jazz capital. these sessions allow young musicians to earn their chops alongside veterans, and provide pages for a living musical language to be (re)written.

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206 W. 118th St.
New York , NY
Minton’s, created by New York businessman Richard Parsons and noted restaurateur and chef Alexander Smalls, is a revival of one of New York City’s most famous jazz clubs. Minton’s features live jazz with every seating. The Minton’s Players consist of a rotating crew of “old school” jazz musicians, many of whom actually played at Minton’s Playhouse back in the day. Minton's cuisine features Southern Revival Cooking with Low Country notes, celebrates the traditional cuisine of the Low Country.