The historic Lenox Lounge and its Zebra Room
have been significant in the Harlem community since the opening in the late 1930’s. It has served as the backdrop for many jazz legends. Join us for an exciting evening of dining and jazz in one of the few original art-deco club interiors left in New York City.
The historic Lenox Lounge has been in the Harlem community since 1939, serving as the back drop for many jazz legends such as Billie Holiday, Miles Davis, and John Coltrane. The Jazz Club also known as the Zebra Room was once used by the Harlem Renaissance writes James Baldwin and Langston Hughes. It was also said to be a hangout for Malcolm X.