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Shrine

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2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd. , New York
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A few of Harlem’s storied jazz spots are still around, but there are also some exciting spaces in the neighborhood where new artists are keeping the genre interesting. At the Shrine, you can listen to jazz and funk in a vibey purple room almost every night. This is a low-key spot where you’ll discover stray records in the crevices and mingle with a fun, younger crowd. Happy Hour happens every day, and they’ve got a hearty menu with things like steak, mussels, and shepherd’s pie.

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