Hr-57

★★★★★
Dedicated to the preservation of jazz and blues, this small club hosts amateurs and professionals alike with a close-knit atmosphere and great food.
  • 1610 14th St NW

    Washington, DC 20009

    Cross street: Between Corcoran Street NW and Q Street NW

    Map & Directions
  • 202-667-3700

About Hr-57

Hours
Wed-Sun 9pm-1am
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A friend brought me here when I first moved to DC last year. As a music lover, I must say, the quality of jazz and the atmosphere of HR-57 is something you rarely find.

That being said, I've recently noticed HR-57 has been filled with loud noisy people, who are into the 'scene' rather than the music.. My past two experiences at HR-57 have been tainted with loud, chatty people who are there for the scene instead of being there for the music. Several times, the performers asked people to be quiet, and the rude people disregarded their requests.

I still plan on going back frequently, but I'm hoping HR-57 figures out a way to handle this new demographic that's been attending as of late.

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★★★★★

A friend brought me here when I first moved to DC last year. As a music lover, I must say, the quality of jazz and the atmosphere of HR-57 is something you rarely find.

That being said, I've recently noticed HR-57 has been filled with loud noisy people, who are into the 'scene' rather than the music.. My past two experiences at HR-57 have been tainted with loud, chatty people who are there for the scene instead of being there for the music. Several times, the performers asked people to be quiet, and the rude people disregarded their requests.

I still plan on going back frequently, but I'm hoping HR-57 figures out a way to handle this new demographic that's been attending as of late.

Pros: Great Music

Cons: Annoying People

 

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