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I grew up in Philly, San Francisco and Seattle. Jazz was most influential genre of music after classical genre in my Life.
And i absolutely wanted to visit Jazz club in Paris.
And I've came alone at 9:30 pm show, paid 28 euros. ( 19...More
My husband and I love Jazz and had a surprisingly good dinner as we watched a phenomenal musician, Judi Jackson. The staff was very friendly and attentive. The music was wonderful and the small, intimate setting was something we really liked. The seating is a...More
This place was recommended to me by a sax professor in the US who played here many times. The musicians are first rate. Although you should make reservations in advance, I've showed up twice and paid at the door. The entrance fee includes a drink....More
We have been to the Duc on two separate occasions, and we love it. Get there early to line up at the door to get a good seat--book your tickets in advance, online. The second time we were there, we also booked dinner, and that...More
This place is a very small venue and seats are not assigned, so get there early to get good seats. The performance the night we visited was a modern jazz trio from New Jersey, and although the music wasn’t entirely to my taste it was...More
Mediocre club with hideous sight lines, all decent tables "reserved" for friends of club, bad overpriced wine and hideous service. Pretty silly spot; Parisians must be desperate. Go to a nice restaurant and enjoy Paris. If you want a decent jazz club you won't find...More
Historically the central iron-clad market of Paris, Les Halles has evolved architecturally since then but the pulsating energy has stayed the same. Now it houses the main shopping mall, which nestles underground surrounded by fast-food take-aways and international restaurants coupled with beautiful churches and the old commodity exchange. Parallel to it are the high-street stores of Rue de Rivoli and
just parallel to that the Seine. The area bustles with faces from all continents and all ages at all times of the day. If enjoying high-street shopping with easy access to fast eateries and lively bars is on your agenda, this is the place to go.
Response from janeyoga2017 | Reviewed this property |
They have some good musicians playing there and the atmosphere is good but it is hard to get a really good seat as there are lots of blind spots where you can really only see the musicians on a screen. They are also rather... More
They have some good musicians playing there and the atmosphere is good but it is hard to get a really good seat as there are lots of blind spots where you can really only see the musicians on a screen. They are also rather disorganized. It can take a long time to get served and an evening there often involves queuing outside for ages before finally being allowed in. I think that there are other better jazz clubs where you can feel that the staff love jazz and are not just in it for the money.