The resident Venice Jazz Club quartet gets down with live renditions of Davis, Coltrane, and other jazz masters five nights a week. Doors open at 7pm and shows begin at 9pm. The entry fee includes one drink and a table. A light dinner is available for concertgoers from 7:30pm.
While for most of the week, the main house quartet – which is comprised of piano, guitar, double bass, and drums – focuses on classical jazz, on Tuesday and Friday nights, the Dorsoduro club switches over to bossa nova and Latin jazz hits. There’s unfortunately no room for a dance floor, though.
Located at the edge of Dorsoduro, the Venice Jazz Club is easily accessible from most parts of the city. Nearby landmarks include the Collezione Peggy Guggenheim and the Gallerie dell’Accademmia. The S. Basilio vaporetto stop is about a five-minute walk away, and accessible for disabled visitors.