The performance starts around 7 p.m. and tickets are $10, so it you might want to arrive in time to still get a good seat.
It’s a great opportunity to enjoy a nice dinner and some live, holiday music.
The Jazz Kitchen is one of those increasingly hard-to-find establishments that still offer food accompanied by live entertainment. Owner David Allee has succeeded in creating an intimate, “dinner club” atmosphere, complete a gourmet menu and professional-grade stage setup. This is a place designed to host live music, and it really comes through in the overall experience. It has become a staple of Broad Ripple nightlife, particularly for jazz connoisseurs for years.
So whether you’re in the holiday mood, or just interested in a nice meal accompanied by live jazz, this show is definitely something to consider.