Thelonious Club

Thelonious Club

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Jerónimo Salguero 1884, 1st floor, Buenos Aires,

Part of the city’s speakeasy boom, the Thelonious Club is an industrial-looking upstairs jazz bar with a small corner stage where well-known local and international jazz musicians play under a medusa-like chandelier. Founded by two musicians who were inspired by the New York City jazz scene, it’s the perfect place to go for an after-hours martini.

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