The ambience and music was excellent. Food was ok, I would give it 3.5 - 4* for the food. Overall had a great evening. Bottom line Highly recommended for a great evening with entertainment. Want gourmet food this is not your place.
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I'm very happy we spent one night in this jazz club. The food was delicious, the ambient nice and romantic, the music fabulous. The only thing I didn't like at all were some other customers: they CHATTED LOUD ALL THE TIME, and ruined a bit...More
Husband and I went to Andy's Jazz Club for dinner September 1st..Place is nice along with jazz band while eating dinner. We ordered the salmon with asparagus and Cajun shrimp with risotto, which was very delicious, however I must say our server ( I think...More
be early , try the jambalaya enjoy the frendly service and the fine jazz, be seated on the second row of tables , and don t try the pisco sour .
Tried the restaurant this time with my family and we were all impressed. My 9 year old granddaughter was made very welcome by staff and the band! She is expanding her music and is in love with jazz as a result of what she heard...More
4 of us stopped in at Andy's Jazz Club early on a Saturday evening hoping for a quick dinner. We were short on time due to our weekend plans, and had not expected to have the time for a jazz club. But, Andy's was a...More
I once lived in this wonderful JAZZ JOINT. In the old days Joe was on the door, his wife Meme behind the bar, Scott"the owner" walking and talking to everyone in the club. In those days his late co-owner Dick hung out in the basement....More
We attended a Wednesday evening show and watched Mike Smith's Quartet play an UNREAL set. We were blown away. Definitely worth staying two sets if you can. The food was pretty good, not the best but our server was always attentive and made us comfortable.