Doubling in capacity from their storied space which closed last year on Fuxing Lu, the new JZ Club is oriented as a proper theater space / concert hall, with a stage set up at one end and basically the entire rest of the club a general audience table seating area, a booth seating area, and a back table seating area, all directed towards the stage. There’s the bar at the side and two private rooms up top. Heavy, red curtains adorn the walls, art deco lamps dimly illuminate the tables, and “Old Shanghai” accents are sprinkled throughout. Live music seven days a week. Cover charges are infrequent but for bigger international acts you might have to shell out at the door.
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