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Entertainment & Nightspots

Showman’s Café
357 West 125th Street, near Morningside Avenue
New York, New York 10027
212 864-8941

A topflight music bar since 1942—it's moved three times—graced with beautiful wood and marble décor. Music runs to the mainstream side of blues-inflected jazz. once the band starts their 1st set at 8:30 p.m. Jazz Shows Tue.–Thu., 8:30 p.m., 10 p.m., 11:30 p.m.; Fri.–Sat., 9:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m., 1:30 a.m.       Note: There is a two drink minimum per person per show.

Lenox Lounge
288 Lenox Avenue (Malcolm X  Blvd)
Between 124th and 125th Streets
New York, New York
Phone 212 427-0253
www.lenoxlounge.com

Show Times on Week Nights
8:30pm to midnight

Show Times on weekends
8:30 pm  10:00 pm  11:30 pm

The historic Lenox Lounge and its Zebra Room have been significant in the Harlem community since opening in the late 1930’s. It has served as the backdrop for many jazz legends. Join us for an exciting evening of dining and jazz in one of the few original art-deco club interiors left in New York City.

Harlem Lanes
2116 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd,
3rd Fl.

New York, NY
212-678-2695
www.harlemlanes.com

Hours: Sun. 11am - 9pm
           
Mon. - Thur.  11AM - 11PM
            Fri. & Sat. 11AM - 3AM

Get ready to treat yourself to the most unforgettable experience New York’s hottest entertainment destination can offer. Harlem Lanes will spoil you with its ergonomically designed lounge, 24- plasma televisions and full service bar with the latest in exotic drinking. Challenge yourself to user-friendly glow bowling at one of our 24 lanes or sit back and savor some of our gourmet finger foods. Come with friends or meet new ones! Best of all, take a deep breath, relax, enjoy the music from the hottest DJs in the city and have an awesome time, we are here to take care of you..

Minton's Playhouse
206-210 West 118th Street
bet. 7th and St Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212-864-8346 phone

St. Nick's Pub in Harlem 's Sugar Hill section is the place to cut loose and rub elbows with jazz history. Seven nights a week starting at 9:30 pm, and blowing hard throughout the night, St. Nick's treats us to a weekly roster of musicians who've come to play. And in this historic jazz haunt, the spirits of Harlem past are ever-present to make sure that jazz in its purist form stays alive in the neighborhood that nurtured its evolution from stride to hard bop.   Only on Saturday nights at mid-night for African Night do we stray a bit to welcome the best sounds West Africa has to offer. Featuring music that's swinging until 4am.

St. Nicholas Pub
773 Street Nicholas Ave
Harlem , NY , 100 31

St. Nick's Pub in Harlem 's Sugar Hill section is the place to cut loose and rub elbows with jazz history. Seven nights a week starting at 9:30 pm, and blowing hard throughout the night, St. Nick's treats us to a weekly roster of musicians who've come to play. And in this historic jazz haunt, the spirits of Harlem past are ever-present to make sure that jazz in its purist form stays alive in the neighborhood that nurtured its evolution from stride to hard bop.   Only on Saturday nights at mid-night for African Night do we stray a bit to welcome the best sounds West Africa has to offer. Featuring music that's swinging until 4am.