Looking for a little live gospel with your brunch? How about jazz to complement that soul food buffet? When this Harlem staple opened in the 1920s, it brought in heavy-hitters right away, cycling Bing Crosby and Irving Berlin on the guest roster. Duke Ellington and Ethel Waters also graced the stage regularly. Today, it's still a terrific place to hear some of the best jazz masters in town.
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