Paris        Blues

Harlem's Oldest and Only Live Jazz Dive Since 1968
2021 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Blvd. (7th Ave.)
Harlem, New York 10027
917.257.7831/212.222.9878

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY YEAR AT PARIS BLUES 1968 - 2018! BOOK TODAY TO SHARE IN THE CELEBRATION ALL YEAR LONG - AND EARLY BIRD RESERVATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE BIG ANNIVERSARY PARTY BLOWOUT NOVEMEBER 23, 24 AND 25, 2018. TICKETS ARE $75 PER COUPLE AND $50 PER INDIVIDUAL AND INCLUDE A FREE THANKSGIVING BUFFET AND CHAMPAGNE TOAST!!!

All band performances are subject to favorable weather conditions. And all bands must check in 3 hours prior to gig to confirm during inclement weather.

Sam Still Stands!

In 1968 Samuel Hargress, Jr., now 81 years old, opened and has continuously managed Paris Blues at it’s current location in the heart of Harlem, NY. Today boasting 7 nights of LIVE JAZZ with NO COVER, FREE FOOD and GOOD DRINKS, REASONABLY PRICED in his rare place where the high and low rub elbows, visitors are treated to an authentic neighborhood bar and Jazz Jam throw-back experience in which they are welcome and encouraged to join.

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Hours:
12:00 PM Noon - 3:00 AM Daily

Near All 125th Street Subway Stations

Payment Methods:
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

PARIS BLUES CELEBRATES MR. JOE JACKSON

Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson's Billionaire Daughter dances at Paris Blues Harlem! 

Paris Blues celebrates the greatest father of our time: Mr. Joe Jackson. The father of the historic Jackson 5, King of Pop Michael Jackson, Actress, Songstress, Artist Janet Jackson and a mogul in his own right, passed away today at the age of 89 years. Mr. Jackson, the icon maker was a mogul in his own right and has left a great legacy for generations to come. Paris Blues was honored to have Michael's daughter, Paris visit with us and dance the night away with her friends and our staff. Paris Blues mourns with the Jackson family, their loss of this great man.

Hop On-Hop Off Jazz On Your Own  Premium Destination with Live Jazz 
9 - 1 PM 
7 nites a week
No Cover. Free Chicken

Local Artist Lynn Liberman's rendition of Paris Blues

Photo By Keith Rogers
Former NYC Council member now New York State Assemblyperson Inez Dickenson Speaks at the PAL on W.118th and Manhattan avenue to honor Sam Hargress Jr. Owner of the Paris blues.
Photos by Keith Rogers
— with Ashaki Shanell.

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