Palm Court Jazz Café
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Palm Court Jazz Café information
Fans of trad jazz who want to hang out with a mature crowd should head to this supper-club alternative to Preservation Hall. Palm Court is a roomy venue that has a consistently good lineup of local legends; you really can’t go wrong if you’re a jazz fan. Shows start at 8pm.