Blues Alley

Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest continuing jazz supper club, having showcased internationally renowned concert hall artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr., Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Byrd, Maynard Ferguson and Eva Cassidy in a small intimate and romantic party setting.

Located in the heart of historic Georgetown in an 18th century red brick carriage house, Blues Alley offers its patrons a unique ambiance, reminiscent of the jazz clubs of the 1920's and 30's.

Open seven days a week, Blues Alley specializes in authentic Creole cuisine, steak and seafood dishes (Dinner served from 6:00 pm). Blues Alley has designed several discounted packages available to groups of twelve or more, and can accommodate up to one hundred and twenty five for dinner and show. And what a show it will be! Get ready to enjoy some of the best entertainment in the city as you and your party make memories to last a life time! Enjoy delicious food as you celebrate with Blues alley any night of the week, come see why they've been around for so long.

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Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia United States Washington DC District of Columbia United States | show on map

Imagine yourself in the US Armed Services at the height of World War II. A long way from home, you yearn for music, company and the chance to hold a girl in your arms. You head down to the local canteen. The hall is draped in red, white and blue. The floor is filled with servicemen and their sweethearts, dancing to the joyous sound of a roaring [more]

Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia United States Washington DC District of Columbia United States | show on map

Imagine yourself in the US Armed Services at the height of World War II. A long way from home, you yearn for music, company and the chance to hold a girl in your arms. You head down to the local canteen. The hall is draped in red, white and blue. The floor is filled with servicemen and their sweethearts, dancing to the joyous sound of a roaring [more]

Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia United States Washington DC District of Columbia United States | show on map

Jean was often praised for being one of the first Afro-American women to control her musical stylings and not be controlled by the industry moguls. Jean performed with Duke Ellington, the last vocalist to do so before his death. She then teamed up with Norman Connors for four highly regarded sets, contributed 'Reach For it' to George Duke's Gold [more]