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Praça da Alegria 48, Lisbon, 1250-004, Portugal | +351 213 460 305

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Romantic, Traditional style, Great for a special occasion
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Considered one of the oldest and most storied jazz clubs in all of Europe, Hot Clube has been drawing top-notch acts to Praça da Alegria since the 1940s. Catering to sonic cognoscenti of all ilks, the club has hosted the likes of Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, and Quincy Jones throughout the years. Part of Fernando Lopes's 1964 film Belarmino was filmed at Hot Clube, though the original location was destroyed by fire in 2009—it reopened a few doors down three years later.

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Hot Clube de Portugal

Considered one of the oldest and most storied jazz clubs in all of Europe, Hot Clube has been drawing top-notch acts to Praça da Alegria since the 1940s. Catering to sonic cognoscenti of all ilks, the club has hosted the likes of Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, and Quincy Jones throughout the years. Part of Fernando Lopes's 1964 film Belarmino was filmed at Hot Clube, though the original location was destroyed by fire in 2009—it reopened a few doors down three years later.