I’m leaving Philly on a jet plane, landing in St. Louis, Missouri and heading to 3536 Washington Avenue, 63103 to imbibed some music at Jazz At The Bistro. Opened in 1995, and situated in St. Louis’ Grand Center Arts District, this space is located in the newly renovated Ferring Jazz Bistro which is part of the Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz.
Boasting an American menu with Southern accents, this intimate jazz performance space with cabaret seating has not a bad seat in the house. It is said the acoustics are extraordinary and offers patrons one of the finest listening experiences in the nation. This Jazz Voyager aims to find out. Jazz at the Bistro is part of Jazz St. Louis, a non-profit whose aim is to promote jazz.
Seating is limited, reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 314-571-6000. Cover charge is $20.00 for adults with students $10.00.