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Scullers Jazz Club, Boston

3.5
#28 of 77 in Nightlife in Boston
Scullers Jazz Club is a jazz club in Allston, Massachusetts, situated in the Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel on Soldiers Field Road, which overlooks the Charles River. It was established in 1989 and also hosts Latin, blues, soul, R & B, and World Music acts. A broad range of artists have played the club from Ben E. King, Jesse Green, The J. Geils Band, Eyran Katsenelenbogen and Earl Klugh, to more popular singers such as Harry Connick Jr., Quincy Jones, Jamie Cullum, Michael Bublé and Tony Bennett.
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  • The jazz acts are top notch here. Drinks and food are very over priced. Food is the pits. Seating arrangement is terrible. You can buy general admission seats and what that means is you get a seat...  more »
  • Every time we go to Scullers we do the dinner and show package and then stay the night as well. The food is never a disappointment, the music is world class and the accommodations are five star! If...  more »
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  • This is a great venue in the sense that it is small, allowing anyone to see and hear well. It's extremely intimate. The sound mix was well done for the show that I saw. Being a part of the DoubleTree, you can park in the garage for $15. The lower rating is because the tables are extremely small and sold to mixed parties. So my wife and I went, but we were at a table for four. A table for four ants! I felt like I was on a date with the other guy at the table, rather than with my wife!
  • Food very good, prices reasonable, jazz great (John Pizzarelli group this outing). The new room is bigger, more comfortable, with better acoustics & sightlines than the previous space upstairs. FWIW, the online menu was for the old space & has nothing to do with what is served in the new space.

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