London’s Best Jazz Clubs

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Music fans visiting London really are spoilt for choice with shows and performances from every imaginable genre within reach. With so much diversity, you could easily experience a different genre every single night of the week. Jazz is no exception, with a whole host of bars and clubs to visit, all offering up live music in some really great locations.

Yes, it would appear that London really can do all that jazz!

Here’s a little selection of some of the best spots in the city to enjoy some proper jazz music.

An evening of jazz should definitely be accompanied by cocktails and dancing, but why let the fun end there? Book a stay at the Park Grand Hotel London for a memorable night in the big city!

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Nightjar

This is an incredibly quirky little venue that makes the perfect backdrop for jazz music. It’s a speakeasy, which will add even more interest and excitement to your evening. Expect jazz from the 1930s in a sleek, atmospheric locale with delicious cocktails on tap.

Jazz After Dark

Situated in the heart of Soho, this intimate venue is an ideal place to enjoy an evening of jazz with friends. Feeling peckish? No problem, as they also serve up some pretty delicious Spanish tapas. Wash it down with some cocktails and hop on the Tube back to the comfort of your room in the Park Grand Hotel London, which is located just a few miles away.

Servant Jazz Quarters

Live music venue by week and roaring jazz bar by the weekend, this place will keep you up all night! With performances from some of the best jazz acts that the capital has to offer you are sure to be entertained. They also boast a really creative cocktail menu with a whole host of different drinks, so there is bound to be something here to tickle your fancy.

After a night of drinking and dancing, it’s also an easy journey back to the comfort of your luxury room in one of the best hotels in Paddington.

Nell’s jazz and blues

Another small venue, the building was built in 1898 so has plenty of that old-fashioned charm that a jazz club needs to make it truly magical. For true jazz enthusiasts, expect performances from some legends on the scene that you are bound to have heard of already while also

being introduced to some new kids on the block. All in all, a great little venue with loads of character and interest.

606 Club

This place has been running for a whopping 40 years, and it’s easy to see why it is still so popular amongst jazz lovers. Its great atmosphere and Chelsea location are sure to keep you coming back time and time again. What’s more is it is a really great place to make a proper evening out of jazz music. They have a broad three-course menu so you can dine in style. The honey and orange glazed duck sounds exceptional!