Minton’s is a renowned club of New York and is quite a fun place to be at. It is now revived as one of the most famous jazz places of the city. It was created by Richard Parsons and noted restaurateur Alexander Smalls. The place has some lovely cuisine for you to try out and enjoy. It is majorly inspired by the place Smalls grew in and he has tried to re create an amalgamation of traditional cuisine along with the setting and has tried to supplement it with the recent times.
Minton's Travel Tips
- Dress code for Men- No hats and no shorts. Collared Shirts and Jackets highly recommended.
Entrance Ticket Details For Minton's
- Music Charges- On Wednesday: At Bar: $15, At Table: $25
- On Thursday to Sunday: At Bar: $10, At Table: $20
- A three course meal along with cocktails will cost approximately $30 onwards per person.
- Sunday Brunch: 12 pm - 3 pm
How to Reach Minton's
- 116 Street Metro stop
- Adam C Powell Bl/w 120 St bus stop
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1.79% of people who visit New York City include Minton's in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
95% of people start their Minton's visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Minton's
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Minton's
Minton's Reviews & Ratings
The ambience was amazing, and Jackie Gage was phenomenal!! The food and service were fantastic! Would love to visit here when I'm in the city again.
Saw Patience Higgins. Food and service were good. Ambience was delightful. Music was delicious! Thank you Jazzmobile and Patience.
Unbelievable place in Harlem. Fantastic food and unreal music. A must go to if you’re in the city!!
11:40 asked to keep my menu to order food, Erick took the menu away from me and told me they were closing kitchen at 12 so no. My friend sat at the table at 12:15 and asked for the food menu. They gave it to him without a problem and 10 minutes later they realized I was at the same table. Around 12:30 He came to me and told me he could do me a favor and ask for last call. I had too much pride. Such a shame, the food looked great, even what was done after “kitchen closing” Ambience and music was beautiful, so that’s definitely a plus. Perhaps less judgement on who you wish to serve. especially if you’re going to charge people a music charge and minimum.
Real jazz history to the place, great food on top, you gotta try the empanadas!