On Uriarte Street in Palermo, in the place where Germn Martitegui’s Casa Cruz restaurant used to be, The new Bebop Club opened its doors: the bar where you can listen to the best live jazz in Buenos Airesaccompanied by wines and exquisite dishes from the Aldos kitchen.
Since 2014, when it opened in San Telmo, Bebop Club has quickly become one of the benchmarks for live music in Buenos Aires. With the pandemic the place closed and at the end of 2021 it reopened with a new proposal in the heart of Palermo Soho: an elegant lounge where 140 people can enjoy the most important national and international artists of jazz, blues, funk, soul and pop.
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“We are happy to be able to give Bebop a continuity. It motivates us to return with our room to the scene, no longer in a basement -due to circumstances-, moved to a very central placein an easily accessible place, and even give it an upgrade in terms of quality, in every sense, with the solidity of our team, which is the same as in recent years, and put Bebop on the map of the Argentine music scene and American again,” says Aldo Graziani, founder of Bebop Club.
The living room is spacious, but at the same time, it gives an air of intimacy. It is divided into three sectors with wooden tables and chairs that surround the main stage, which is adorned with an imposing grand piano. In the back there are long red velvet armchairs and on the sides there are tables and high chairs for those who wish to have a broader perspective of the place.
Live music and the best gastronomy
during the nights from tuesday to sunday concerts associated with various musical genres such as jazz, rock, blues, tango, folklore, funk, soul, pop and Latin American music. The shows in the room are organized as follows:
- Tuesday and Wednesday start at 8:30 p.m.
- Thursday at 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
- Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m., 10:30 p.m. and 12:50 a.m.
- Sundays at 8:00 p.m.
The doors of the theater open one hour before the first function and
the concerts last approximately 70 minutes.
Tickets can be purchased through their website (where you can check the schedule of upcoming shows) or before entering the ticket office.
The price varies between $1100 and $1800 and then in the living room there is a $500 food or beverage minimum per person.
To accompany the musical experience, Bebop offers the service of Aldos Restoren’s kitchenwhich shines with rich dishes with options of petiscos, salads, mains, sandwiches and desserts. Pairing is guaranteed with signature cocktails and wines from various varietals from the most important wineries in the country.
For those who want to have a snack while enjoying the show, the spinach fritters with spicy mojo ($850), a 3-cheese platter ($1,250), faina ($450), marinated olives ($450) and provoleta with tomatoes and kale pesto ($1300).
And for something more elaborate, among the dishes there are ribeye with French fries and Creole herb sauce ($3,400), pappardelle with toasted mushroom butter and Parmesan ($1,400), ricotta ravioli with pomodoro and olive ($1,380) and marinated free-range chicken ($1,600).
The sweet spot is defined by its dessertswith options such as apple pancake with cream ice cream ($800), and chocolate volcano with bitter cream ($980).
The drinks menu It is designed to perfectly accompany the evening, with cocktails such as the Manos Sour (Black Hands Malbec, lemon juice and simple syrup), Chardo Tonic (gin, Manos Negras Chardonnay, Gibson hibiscus bitters and tonic), other classics such as the Old Fashioned (Jim Bean, Angostura bitter, Orange bitter and sugar) and Aperol Spritz (Aperol, Manos Negras Brut Nature), among others.
For his part, his wine list with options by the glass or bottleis nourished by varieties such as Manos Negras Malbec 2020, Manos Negras Chardonnay 2020, Tinto Negro Uco Valley Rosé 2020, Zaha Semilln 2018, Teho Semilla 2018 and Teho Espumante Remauge, among others.
Agenda for International Jazz Day
Next Saturday, April 30, for the International Jazz Day, There will be special concerts.
With a double performance at 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., the renowned trumpeter Mariano Loicono shows up with his Big Orchestra, composed by the most important Jazz musicians of the Buenos Aires scene. The repertoire covers the classics of the swing repertoire of the 40’s, with original arrangements by the trumpeter. Tickets from $1200.