Blues Boulevard Jazz

300 River ST

Greenville, SC 29601

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Phone: (864) 242-2583

City: Greenville

Region: Mountains

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Blues Boulevard Jazz

Blues Boulevard Jazz is Greenville's newest and hottest jazz and blues club. Located on scenic River Street in downtown Greenville, they showcase the best jazz music and exceptional dining. With a long list of speciality drinks and a menu of artfully created tapas and entrées, Blues Boulevard is a great place to spend an evening with friends or a romantic night on the town.

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