Every Saturday, we’re inviting NYC’s top musicians to perform in our art deco cocktail lounge, from local legends to Grammy award-winners. This week’s musical act is Frank Vignola. Learn more about the artist.
Tickets for this intimate evening will be $25 with a required two drink minimum per person. Light bites and our fantastic cocktail, wine, and beer menus will be available at the show. For a delightful meal, reserve a table at our New American restaurant, The Grid, before or after your jazz reservation and receive 20% off your dinner bill! *valid on the night of your jazz reservation only
The event has two reservation options: 7:00-8:30pm and 9:00-10:30pm. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by clicking the link below. Walk-ins will be accepted if space is available.
Please note that your reservation is for 90 minutes and the room will be cleared after each seating.
We’re continuing to book fascinating musicians and magicians for our Live from the Lounge series and will announce shows one-month in-advance, so check the schedule and we hope to see you soon!
About the Artist
Frank Vignola is one of the most popular and sought after guitarists on the international music scene. His dynamic genre-spanning music has brought him to 21 countries on three continents – and still growing – performing in some of the world’s most illustrious venues, including the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, New York’s Lincoln Center, The Blue Note, and the world’s oldest indoor concert hall, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Italy. Vignola has recorded over 30 CD’s as a leader and has been a guest on hundreds of recordings.
Currently, Frank Vignola holds residency every Wednesday night at the world famous Birdland Jazz Club Theatre in New York City. “Frank Vignola’s Guitar Night” has featured some of the finest jazz talent on the planet including Mike Stern, Peter Bernstein, Houston Person and of course, Pasquale Grasso.
This evening, Frank will be joined by bassist Gary Mazzaroppi, who has accompanied scores of jazz artists including Mark O’Connor, Tal Farlow, Stan Getz, Buddy Rich, Joe Morello, Jim Hall, Clark Terry and Les Paul.