John Coltrane, Tom Waits, quirky décor, local wines… the list goes on. This club is located on Susan Sontag Square opposite the National Theater. You definitely want to visit this area – there are a few other places around that are really nice but for an evening, even for an afterparty, this one is perfect.
What I really like the most is the interior and the lighting with the interesting furniture, old instruments and the photos of jazz and blues legends. At least two nights a week there is live music there if you are lucky to be visiting then. Smoking isn’t allowed so if you are tired of smokey places, especially in the winter months, you can rest your lungs here.
It’s open 24/7. During the day it’s not so crowded and it has an outside sitting area so if you are visiting then I suggest to maybe rather sit outside and observe life on the square and around it. However I think its real charm starts late in the evening: the composition of the furniture inside welcomes people to interact more with each other so if you want to meet locals come here for sure.
Oh it was founded together with a hostel which is just above it so if you haven’t sorted out your accommodation, you could just maybe ask here…