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Tulas Restaurant & Jazz Club

2214 2nd Ave Seattle WA 98121
(206) 443-4221
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The best in Seattle jazz.

The Emerald City's hideaway of a Jazz Gem. Come, and be dazzled by our big band brass, and other local jazz artists.

Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub is the perfect destination for those who are first rate foodies and die hard fans of music. This top class restaurant features an array of American and Mediterranean food that boasts of a distinct taste. Besides savory soups and delicious mains, you will also fall for the fine selection of exquisite wines, spirits and beers. Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub hosts...

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Photo ops abound at this old-fashioned schoolhouse. One of three structures in town dating from the Spanish colonial period, this cedar-and-cypress structure is held together by wooden pegs and handmade nails, its hand-wrought beams still intact. The last class was held in 1864. Today the old-time classroom is re-created using animated pupils and a teacher, complete with a dunce and...

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This is the real thing: a jazz club that's a popular jazz musicians' after-hours hangout, and a good place to catch up-and-coming performers. American and Mediterranean food is served.

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It's Good, Not Great..

Much better than Jazz Alley. I haven't tried the food in a while so I can't review that. I've seen many jazz shows here, and they've all been pretty great. Probably the biggest name was Branford Marsalis, mostly it's been local musicians. The vibe is pretty low key, and there is good amount of seating but not the expansive basement feel of Jazz Alley (actually it reminds me more of being in a...

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If you like good music and good drinks, you will LOVE Tulas! The drinks are fantastic and the Jazz is on par with what you might hear in New Orleans.
Even on a Monday night, we were impressed!! Do not skip this if you are in Seattle!!

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Gotta love a place that takes the sign from a defunct record shop and puts it on their wall. I patronized Bud's Jazz Records for many years until it gave up the ghost. Tula's also reminds me of another long gone institution, Parnell's. Parnell's was around the corner from Bud's and I practically lived in both places. Now that they...

jazz show + dinner = ok, jazz club + conversation = NOT ok

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If you want to go to a jazz show, that happens to serve dinner, and don't mind paying cover, it's fine.
If you want to talk, it isn't.
We went here twice. The first time as a double date, we made a reservation, and went on a Friday. it was a bit loud for conversation, but whatever. We ate, it...

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Tula's Jazz Club

Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club is the hot spot for Seattle jazz. At Tula's you'll find music seven nights a week with top jazz artists plus great Mediterranean and American cuisine.

Tula`s offers American and Mediterranean. Expect the average entrée to cost from $8 to $12.

Eating & Drinking: Open for dinner.A full selection of alcoholic beverages are served.

Details to Note: Reservations are accepted. Carryout is available. Entrances and walkways are wheelchair friendly.

Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club and Discover

It's all about the jazz at this trendy Belltown classic, where the management brings in an impressive mix of regional and national talent to perform for its fashion-conscious clientele. The non-descript storefront appears to hide little more than your normal downtown beer den, but inside you'll find a cool scene that even a hipster from Chicago's Northside would find easy on the eye and ear. In...

An animated schoolmaster and his pupils depict what school life was like in the 1800s at this schoolhouse which was built over 200 years ago with red cedar and cypress, as well as hand wrought nails and wooden pegs. This school is the oldest wooden schoolhouse in the country and related artifacts and copies of the books the pupils studied from are exhibited throughout. A gift shop is also on site.

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