London’s premiere live music venue is back, showcasing the best music from across the world seven nights a week. Since opening in 1990 the Jazz Café has welcomed some of the most respected artists through its doors, including Amy Winehouse, D’Angelo, Roy Ayers, Bobby Womack and many more.
Now the venue has been bought by The Columbo Group, proprietors of XOYO, Phonox, the Old Queen’s Head and more great London venues. Reopened in late May with a new look, a technical upgrade and a revamped food and drink menu, this has been a much needed breath of fresh air into the legendary venue.
Located in the heart of Camden, the Jazz Café has one of the best reputations in the City for shows, club nights and food. With an intimate capacity of just 440, it’s the perfect setting to enjoy a fantastic night, whether you’re on the floor or watching the show from the restaurant upstairs. The weekend club nights transform the venue from live music, to dance the night away, taking group drinks bookings on the mezzanine level perfect for all kinds of parties! On Friday nights we host No Miracles, a Hip Hop night, and Saturdays is home to Soul Power; an eclectic mix of soul and disco.
The Jazz Café serves food from 7pm to 11pm daily. Join us for great food and a great view of the live show from the mezzanine.
Please note in order to make a reservation for dinner you must also purchase tickets to the live show taking place that night.
Join us on a Friday or Saturday night from 11pm to 3am for our club nights.
We can accommodate parties of 10 to 70.
You’ll benefit from priority entry for your party and your own table service, ensuring the drinks are flowing all the way through until 3am.
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
Make a booking to claim these offers below
|Discounted Guestlist Entry||Get discounted entry for our club nights on Fridays and Saturdays. Valid from 10:30pm for up to 10 guests||
A word from the chef:
Our food celebrates the reverberation of London’s vibrant metropolitan energy. Bound to the inner-city harmony and echoing the craze in global street food.
Utter the name Jazz Cafe in Camden and you get the turning of heads and the trust of soul patrons (even the likes of Bobby Womack have woo'ed here), but with The Columbo Group taking status of the property this year, has the iconic name retained its...
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