Jazz Club and Restaurant
Central Harlem, New York
  • Naomi H.
    "fabulous house band."(2 Tips)
    New York Post
    "Wonderful live jazz musicians go all night."(2 Tips)
    Pete W.
    "Wonderful Jazz Supper Club - Great Cocktails & Gourmet Food"(6 Tips)
    Harlem W.
    "great mural"(2 Tips)
30 Tips and reviews
  • jazz music
  • house band
  • cocktails
  • Southern food
  • good service
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  • Edwin T.
    Edwin ToureApril 15
    The place is perfect to inspire and to be inspired. Come on take a sit and enjoy the richness and the poetry of our Cocktails menu #ILoveYouNYC #ILoveYouJesus #TeamCecil #CecilHarlem
  • Edwin T.
    Edwin ToureApril 10
    I recommend to reserve this place for your birthday celebration and weeding anniversary... You will completely fall in love again #ILoveYouNYC #ILoveYouJesus #GloryBeToYouLord
  • Renae M.
    Renae MasonDecember 17, 2015
    Wonderful, old-school romantic jazz venue in Harlem with cocktails named after famous musicians. I had the 'Bessie' :)
  • Brad G.
    Brad GaroonMay 11, 2015
    Brunch accompanied by a jazz set is soothing. Try the Venison burger, a gamey patty topped with sweet blackberry onion jam, farm cheese, and country ham. The challah bun is a great touch. Read more
  • Paul S.
    Paul SanwaldMay 3, 2015
    Excellent service, great set by Jon batiste. Very good food. The only thing we weren't happy with are the prices: $50/person cover and $30 for a small portion of shrimp and grits felt like too much.
  • Annie K.
    Annie KearnsApril 11, 2015
    Wow this place! Awesome music food is really good. A fun time, expect to pay for it though.
  • C. S.
    C. StewartMarch 15, 2015
    Great lounge!
  • Sharel C.
    Sharel CassityDecember 28, 2014
    Brandee Younger Quartet is awesome!!
  • Sharel C.
    Sharel CassityDecember 28, 2014
    Great music and food/drinks, with a chic atmosphere
  • TheJazzAficionado B.
    TheJazzAficionado BookerDecember 18, 2014
    The birth place of modern so-called jazz, The African-American Classical Art-Form
  • Michael T.
    Michael TDecember 1, 2014
    A true gem, reminiscent of a time gone by. Lawrence is the man, and will hook it up any which way.
  • Rahel R.
    Rahel RasuNovember 23, 2014
    Live jazz with your cappuccino. How we brunch in Harlem.
  • Naomi H.
    Naomi HarrisSeptember 25, 2014
    Wonderful environment, friendly people, delicious food, and fabulous house band. Highly recommend as a date night or a great place for an intimate jazz experience. Get the scallops or biscuits!
  • New York Post
    New York PostAugust 18, 2014
    Wonderful live jazz musicians go all night. Pass on the sampler platter for North African-spiced grilled shrimp, sherry-tinted she-crab soup, and dreamy cheese grits. Jackets-required for men. Read more
  • Kev S.
    Kev SkinnyAugust 13, 2014
    Atmosphere is priceless. But I will tell you whats not..the fried chicken.Pains me to say it, if your going for chicken,popeyes might have something better to offer you. that said other food is great.
  • Pete W.
    Pete WebbJune 10, 2014
    Wonderful Jazz Supper Club - Great Cocktails & Gourmet Food
  • Liz D.
    Liz DolinskiApril 30, 2014
    they have skilled mixologist who can make a proper cocktails so it's worth venturing away from your basic bar drink into a crafted cocktail.
  • Paula F.
    Paula FallarinoMarch 9, 2014
    Never leave a tip anywhere. THIS PLACE IS AMAZING. GREAT FOOD. AMAZING SERVICE. GREAT AMBIANCE!! Will be back!
  • Paula F.
    Paula FallarinoMarch 9, 2014
    I NEVER LEAVE A TIP! But this place is AMAZING!!! LOVE IT!
  • Irma Z.
    Irma ZandlJanuary 20, 2014
    Music starts an hour after opening. Food us very pricey from the looks of the menu.
  • Frank A.
    Frank AllenNovember 2, 2013
    Lovely comeback!
  • The New Yorker
    The New YorkerOctober 28, 2013
    “Well-heeled jazz lovers can order from a prix-fixe menu that includes sherry she-crab soup and smoked quail with a giblet cornbread cake, while listening to the house band.” Read more
  • Harlem A.
    Harlem AmbassadorJuly 16, 2013
    With an entry of $135, One assumes that Minton's will attract the upper echelon types. Jackets are required and so is a serious Amex black card if you are going to order a la carte. Original mural
  • @JaumePrimero
    @JaumePrimeroApril 2, 2012
    laughing is good for your health right? this place is a blast!
  • Alberu
    AlberuNovember 29, 2011
    bebop was born here and Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk started the tradition of jam sessions.
  • Courtney
    CourtneyMay 10, 2011
    been missing this place.
  • Alan S.
    Alan SchulmanMay 10, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Be sure to check out TS Monk during Harlem JazzFest.
  • Simon & Schuster
    Simon & SchusterFebruary 16, 2011
    Re-opened in 2006, Minton's Playhouse is the place where jazz legends like Thelonious Monk pioneered bebop. Read more in Robin D.G. Kelley’s THELONIOUS MONK: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL Read more
  • Alan S.
    Alan SchulmanAugust 6, 2010
    Been here 50+ times
    This is THE birthplace of Jazz in Harlem.
  • Harlem W.
    Harlem World MagazineMarch 28, 2010
    Minton's has a great mural, it's a jazz scene that was painted during the construction of the original building (circ. 1930's)
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