Malkhas Jazz Club
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Malkhas Jazz Club information
Let's start by saying that the Kardashian sisters spent an evening at Malkhas in 2015. This could be a recommendation, but could also be a warning – we'll leave it for you to decide. Armenia's most famous jazz club, it's popular with oligarchs and its prices reflect this fact. Expect plenty of smoke, loud clients, good food and excellent live jazz.
Live sets start at 9pm. Dress to impress.