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Having googled jazz bars in the area, Jazzland appeared the most authentic and relaxed so we went on a Friday night. We were thrilled to realise we'd come on a boogie-woogie night with Dana Gillespie singing. The music was world-class... They aren't charging £18 entry...More
A must if you enjoy jazz. Don't be deterred by the back alley location of this jazz club. The music, food and service was first class. Make sure you get there early for a seat as it is small but has a great atmosphere. Many...More
they open up at 19:00 and before hand you can not reach them by phone. the place is small and causy, simple sitings and simple food and drinks, we heard blues and country music which was fun and had a good time thereh
What an amazing night of traditional and modern jazz in a cozy underground tunnel. The staff were cheerful and great to chat with during the break. Snack plates and drinks at very reasonable prices. AND no cover charge.
This place is easy to find - despite earlier comments. There is a huge sign and the entrance is round the back and down into the very atmospheric cellar with bar.
You cannot book a table or tickets in advance - you just have to...More
There are not many addresses in Vienna where you can listen to live jazz. The place is very unusual: a historic cellar underneath the old city walls, the stage can't be seen from all tables: literally you only can HEAR the music, but don't see...More
None of our party of four (we're in our fifties and our kids are aged 20 and 18) are massive jazz followers, but we all had a wonderful evening at Jazzland. It's a small, cosy basement bar that serves hearty, reasonably- priced food (we arrived...More
We arrived too late for the gig on the twenty seventh of December, and were told that they did not take reservations. We arrived on the twenty eighth at seven, when the doors open and there was a queue. When we had paid our 18...More
Wish I could tell you the name of the quartet but they were fabulous. Horn sound underground, stupendous! Gorgeous Bosendorfer piano tucked into an ancient brick arch cellar. Nice bar, great sound, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy and Charlie Parker come to life in the coolest jazz...More
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