Seems like I am out on Sixth there is this strange magnetic force that draws me to Jazz. Maybe it is King out on the street slapping that bass silly and playing it up for the tourists or maybe it is the wickedly dangerous Rum Runners waiting for me inside. Whatever it is, it is never a bad idea.
Upon entering you will notice almost garish but frighteningly authentic decor. For me Sixth Street already reminds me of New Orleans entering Jazz only strengthens that feeling. The staff is friendly, quick and professional all the way around and they never fail to bring a smile to my face.
The menu is heavy on the seafood and spicier Cajun fare but there is something for everyone here. Everything tastes great, the portions are generous and nothing is made hastily. I highly recommend the stuffed zucchini appetizer!!
The drink menu on the other hand should come with a huge warning label, not because they are bad but because they are GOOD! The Bermuda Triangle being my favorite largely because of how great it tastes and secondly because it seems almost exciting to suck down a drink that clearly says "Limit 2 per person". The drinks are devilish and will put you on your behind if you aren't very careful.
I also have to add that the staff is very accepting and willing to let you have a good time if you don't get too out of hand. I have a lot of bands come to town and stay with me and those boys can get rowdy but I always take them to Jazz. We have had a whipped cream fight in Jazz, we have had a singer crawling on the floor at high speed looking for his contact and the staff has never said a word. Great place, great people and a great time.
Jazz gets me all jazzed ;)