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290 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013 | Tribeca | 212-242-1063

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Jazz aficionados don't immediately think "West Side Highway" when they're jonesing for some post-bop, but Jazz Gallery on Hudson makes the windy trek worthwhile. A bit more formal than the central West Village halls, the Gallery has the advantage of an airy main room and lovingly curated wall collections. Get in rotation.


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