The world's only year-round 7-night a week non/profit jazz venue is not your average jazz club. Nor is it too stuffy to afford the intimate atmosphere that jazz lovers crave. The performance space holds 230 comfortable seats facing a large stage that can easily accommodate a big band and has great sight lines.
Variety's Richard S. Ginell said, Even though this is clearly a concert hall, more like a chamber music facility than a club, there isn't an iota of concert hall stuffiness to be felt.
When opening the Jazz Bakery, singer Ruth Price eliminated as many barriers between the performers and the audience as she could, meaning no waitresses standing between you and the stage pushing the second drink of a two drink minimum, comfortable seating, and excellent sound system. The Jazz Bakery books some of the most treasured nationally touring musicians and amazing locals, and puts them in your lap for a moderate price.
~ Rex Butters