With rustic feel of an old town pub, but higher quality food, this place is worth the visit. The menu looks like a 1970s restaurant which it really is, but the quality is more like a modern day restaurant. Try the hanger steak or veal...More
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Great music but like most 'cozy' venues they try to shoehorn as many people into the joint as possible. Seeing was a little tight to say the least. But did I mention the GREAT live Jazz.
We saw a wonderful NYE concert by Janis Siegel of Manhattan Transfer--jazz singing and more. The wait staff was attentive, the food and drinks were excellent, and the intimate night club atmosphere was just right. We go every time we are in Cleveland.
We have been there many times. Great atmosphere and live music. It is the premier jazz club in Cleveland. Tickets for shows are reasonable and the music/dining room is intimate. Plenty of seating especially in warmer months on the beautiful patio. Staff is friendly and...More
I was sitting in front window(bay) and the picture they had to block light or sun fell on my head. This was probably a 3 by 4 foot picture .. No one gave a --- about it. Not even offered a complimentary glass of wine....More
We popped in for dinner on a Sunday night and were surprised by how good the food was -- the calamari appetizer was terrific and came with a lemony finish instead of the usual red sauce, delicious! The bangers & mash were also really good....More
Nighttown is a great spot for a relaxed family dinner. We ate before the music started. We took advantage of the valet parking and were seated at a very nice table by the window. Our service was very good and so was the food! My...More
We were here for dinner and to hear the Count Basie Orchestra. What a wonderful evening. Nighttown has music on stage nearly every day of the week - some very special bills (like Count Basie or Manhattan Transfer), some aspiring or breakout jazz singers and...More
We attended a wedding here in September 2017. The building is a bit of an older building. Someone told me it was one of the earliest jazz clubs in the country (I don't know if that is true) The wedding had a lot of guests...More