Photograph: Dominic Perri
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Feb 22 2010
The Blue Note prides itself on being "the jazz capital of the world." Bona fide musical titans (Cecil Taylor, Charlie Haden) rub against hot young talents (the Bad Plus), while the close-set tables in the club get patrons rubbing up against each other. The Late Night Groove series and the Sunday brunches are the best bargain bets.
Blue Note 131 W 3rd St
- Cross Street:
at Sixth Ave
- Venue phone:
- Venue website:
- Opening hours:
Mon–Thu, Sun 6pm–1am; Fri, Sat 6pm–4am
Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St
Show prices vary. Average drink: $10. AmEx, D, MC, V
- 131 W 3rd St
- 131 W 3rd St
- Blue Note
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