Legendary jazz club Arthur’s Tavern reopens after renovation
NEW YORK CITY (CelebrityAccess) – Arthur’s Tavern, New York’s longtime jazz club, has officially reopened in the city’s East Village after a complete renovation of the historic venue.
“After a long struggle that affected the city as a whole, we are proud that Arthur’s Tavern continues to host live jazz and blues like we did before coronavirus,” said Tsion Bensusan of Blue Note Entertainment Group. . “We strive not to become a victim of the changing times like everyone else and to allow our guests to enjoy a piece of old New York.”
As part of the renovation, the club’s interior and exterior have been completely updated, without deviating too far from the venue’s original vintage aesthetic.
Plus, the club promises live music from new and returning artists performing nightly with no cover charge, as well as an updated menu featuring classic spirits, wine, beer, and unique cocktails.
The club, which has hosted blues and jazz performances since 1936, has long been a staple of New York’s nightlife and jazz scene.
Known as “The Home of the Bird” due to its long association with jazz legend Charlie Parker, the club has hosted performances by some of the biggest names in modern jazz.
Notable long-term residencies over the years include Mabel Godwin, Al Bundy, Johnny Parker, the Grove Street Stompers and the late trumpeter Roy Hargrove, who was a longtime regular at the club.