INDIANA Jazz Clubs
Chatterbox Jazz Club. 435 Massachusetts Avenue. Indianapolis. Tel: 317-636-0584 [We are a bar with a very limited menu & are Non-Smoking inside & at our 3 tables next to the front door. We Allow smoking at the 6 far patio tables.You must be 21 years old. Pets are not allowed. The Chatterbox opens at 4PM M-F & now 4PM Sat-Sun. Live Jazz Seven Nights.]
Rick's Cafe Boatyard. 4050 Dandy Trail. Indianapolis, IN 46254 Tel: (317) 290-9300 [Rick’s Café Boatyard provides USDA Prime Steaks, but also mixes in coastal flare with fresh seafood. As one of few seafood restaurants in the Midwest Rick’s brings fresh ocean fish to Omaha almost daily. Rick’s Café Boatyard…Fresh Jazz, Live Seafood]
Nicky Blaine's Martini/Cigar Lounge. 1 N. Meridian St. Tel: 317-638-5588 Fax: 317-638-2977 [contact: General Manager - Jeff Randolph. When in Downtown Indy...Indulge Yourself In The Finer Things. Nicky Blaine's offers a world-class selection of wine, port, single malt scotches and vodkas. Mr. Blaine's menu features the most exquisite appetizers to compliment the great cocktail selection. The luxurious appointments include fine wood paneled walls, plush carpeting, comfortable sofas and wingback chairs. Nicky Blaine's features. Live Jazz Monday through Thursday from 9:00p.m. to 1:00a.m.]
Trio's Jazz Club. 29 N Michigan St. Tel: 574-288-8746 [contact: Herb Wilson. Trio´s jazz club features live entertainment four nights a week. The club was designed with jazz listeners in mind - acoustically sound and with everyone close to the action. The main room seats just over eighty. For those who desire a more intimate setting, a cozy side room is available for small groups or parties of up to eighteen. Jazz combos from across the region perform every weekend.
Upscale casual dining and live jazz entertainment, with accommodations for banquets and private parties. American cuisine prepared by a culinary team led by Chef Brett Boomhower. Chef Brett jazzes up American cuisine with selected fare associated with two well-known cities of jazz, New Orleans and Kansas City.]