Jazz is the sound of Harlem, one of New York City’s oldest neighborhoods. That’s why it’s so fitting that one of the best jazz clubs in the world makes its home on the historic corner of 106th Street and Broadway, where the legendary Augie’s Jazz Bar once stood. Named after the acclaimed 1995 movie Smoke, this incarnation carries on the tradition of its legendary predecessor every night of the week with world-class talent like Wynton Marsalis and Ron Carter playing its stage.
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