Jazz Tuesdays at Beaumarchais
Last night was the launching of Jazz Tuesdays at Brasserie Beaumarchais, and it was a wonderful evening! The show was sponsored by Veuve Clicquot and the Beaumarchais mixology expert created incredibly fancy and subtle champagne cocktails. Boozy works of art. We played some French jazz and old school swing, with Gordon Webster on the piano, Jérémy Bruyère on the bass and Adrien Chevalier on the violin. I am very excited about Tuesdays at Brasserie Beaumarchais, because I feel it’s going to become one of the hippest jazz nights in New York City. There is space to dance, the food is great, the drinks are historical classic cocktails from the jazz era… can it get any better than this? Actually, yes, it can: after the jazz dinner party at Beaumarchais, we can all follow Gordon Webster to his afterhours 1920’s jam at Mona’s and swing the night away. For Jazz Tuesdays with Avalon Jazz Band in two weeks, Brasserie Beaumarchais will turn into a speakeasy for Prohibition Night, so wear your best flapper dress and bob your hair, because we are going to celebrate!