The Blue Room: A Harmonious Fusion of Jazz and Gastronomy

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The Blue Room

Located beneath the popular Grub & Vine bistro on Bree Street, The Blue Room is a jazz club and cocktail lounge that is a magnet for live music lovers in Cape Town. The club showcases some of the country’s top jazz, soul, and blues performers in a space that evokes the atmosphere of a secret speakeasy. With raw brick and blue walls, a curvy wooden ceiling, and leather seating, The Blue Room provides an intimate and cozy ambiance, enhanced by candlelight, mirrors, and a sophisticated menu.

Saturday Jazz Brunch

The Blue Room’s Saturday Jazz Brunch is the perfect way to ease into the weekend. It features a delectable menu, with bottomless bubbly from Graham Beck, or a Bloody Mary and mimosa, if you prefer. The sharing-plates seasonal menu includes delightful dishes such as ricotta gnocchi, Scotch egg with roasted onion and truffle, grilled sardine with smoked tomato, and Toulouse sausages with BBQ beans. For dessert, you can savor cinnamon churros with chocolate sauce, honey cake with caramelized chocolate cremeux, or a selection of South African cheeses.

Night Grooves at tyour he The Blue Room

From Wednesday to Saturday, The Blue Room transforms into a magical jazz club, where patrons can disappear behind the blue curtains and enjoy sets from some of the most talented jazz, soul, and blues artists around. Sip on one of the special cocktails from the signature menu, and savor small plates while enjoying the show. Some of the artists scheduled to perform this month include the Ayanda Sikade Trio, Amy Williams Quartet, and Lady Felicity and the Trumpets.

The Best Cocktails

The Blue Room boasts an impressive cocktail menu that complements the evening’s entertainment. Try the Culture Spritz, made with Aperol, sparkling brut rose, and pineapple soda; Summer Sun, featuring Albatross vodka, salted grapefruit, absinthe, lemon, and sparkling brut; or the Blue on Bree, with white rum, orange, anise, lime, and soda. You can also sample the Southside on Bree, Apple A Day, The Bree’s Knees, Clover & Blue, King’s Blues, The Manning, and The Stampede.

Details for The Blue Room

  • Address: 103 Bree Street, Cape Town
  • Phone Number: +27 87 153 5244
  • Working Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 6 pm – late; Happy hour (2-for-1 cocktails): Wednesday – Saturday, 4 pm – 6 pm; Saturday Brunch Club: 11 am – 3 pm
  • Website: The Blue Room

The Blue Room is a new addition to Cape Town’s nightlife scene and is fast becoming one of the most popular venues in the city. With its intimate atmosphere, live music, and sophisticated menu, The Blue Room is the ultimate destination for an unforgettable night out.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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