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WASHINGTON Jazz Clubs

 

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 ISSAQUAH

Bakes's Place. 4135 Providence Point Dr. Tel: 425-391-3335 [Contact:Craig and Laura Baker Bake's Place, a bistro style restaurant and jazz club, is set in a serene setting in the Providence Point Community on the Sammamish Plateau. The restaurant serves dinner classics and Northwest cuisine in a quiet home-like environment. Every weekend night guests experience gourmet dinners and premier jazz and blues performances in a candlelit velvet-draped room. Critically acclaimed by jazz critics, coveted by musicians, and adored by guests.]
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REDMOND

Bake's at Beck's.16651 Redmond Way. Tel: 425-885-5888 [A smoke-free private music venue specially created for jazz connoisseurs. Bake?s Place occupies the first floor of Baker?' private residence, which he has transformed into an up-scale Chicago-style? jazz and blues club with a premium on musical intimacy]
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SEATTLE

Dimitriou's Jazz Alley. 6th Ave/Lenora. Tel: 206-441-9729 Fax: 206 443-8247 [contact: John Dimitriou. Dimitriou's Jazz Alley is one of the premier nightclubs in the country. Featuring the best jazz artists from around the world,. an outstanding sound system, fine continental and Pacific Northwest cuisine, in a spacious and relaxing setting, Dimitriou's Jazz Alley will be a highlight of your visit to Seattle]
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Egan's Ballard Jam House. 1707 NW Market St. Tel: 206-789-1621. [contact: Suzanne Weghorst/Ben Sweeney. Intimate space with great acoustics. All styles of jazz, nightly Tues-Sat. Eclectic menu including gumbo, small plates and entrees. Nice selection of beers and wine. Outdoor seating.]
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Grazie Ristorante. 23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy SE, Tel:402-9600 [Intimate venue is great place to enjoy award winning Italian food and some of the best jazz musicians in the northwest.]
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New Orleans Restaurant. 114 1st Ave S. Tel: 622-2563 [Looking for jazz in Seattle? Looking for blues in Seattle? Look no farther. Some of the best jazz and blues in Seattle happens nightly on stage at the New Orleans. This one-of-a-kind club was opened in the mid-80's and from its earliest days has been one of Seattle's most prominent venues. Nearly every popular local jazz or blues musician has played at the New Orleans. Musicians and audiences alike recognize the unique nature of the place.]
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Pink Door. 1919 Post Alley. Tel: 443-3241
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Serafina. 2043 Eastlake Ave E. Tel:323-0807 [We typically schedule live music on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, for Sunday Jazz Brunch, and on the first Wednesday evening of the month. The stage is at the rear of the dining room, with many tables afforded a direct view of the musicians. There is no cover charge to enjoy music, however the dining room is reserved for dinner only until our waitlist is entirely seated. At that point, typically by 10pm, we are happy to seat guests for drinks and dessert who'd like to soak up the jazzy atmosphere.]
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The Triple Door. 216 Union Street. Tel: 206-838-4333 Fax: 206-838-7813. [contact: Rick Yoder. All Jazz Styles. World class, 230 seat music venue, state of the art sound. National, international and local . Superb food and beverage - full dinner menu & bar]
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Tula's Restaurant & Nightclub. 2214 Second Avenue. Tel: 206-443-4221 Fax: 206-443-4223 [contact: Mack Waldron. Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub is a hot spot for jazz. Top resident aritists + occasional touring artists. Open seven nights to midnight or 2 am. Good food, moderate prices, excellent piano, good sound. Informal and friendly. Best place in Seattle for local bands.]
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TACOMA

Jazzbones. 2803 6th Ave. Tel: (253) 396-9169 [contact: Features live jazz, blues, and more seven nights a week from local and regional to national touring acts. Excellent kitchen, two full service bars. Open daily at 4 PM, shows typically start at 8 PM, M-Th, 9:15 PM F-S, 7 PM Suday]
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