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Jazz Brunch for Kids in NYC

Delight in the playfulness of jazz with your little ones as you stomp, shuffle, swing and brunch together! On January 15th, Smoke Jazz & Supper Club kicks off their Swingin’ Saturday Sandbox series with none other than jazz vocalist and Broadway star Lea Delaria.

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This is your shot to inspire the next generation with the love of jazz. The show is set up for the "wee-bop" crowd--designed to provide all members of the family with an entertaining, educational and delicious experience, all at the same time.

To pair with the special program, Chef Patricia Williams has created a delectable, kid-friendly brunch menu. The menu will highlight childhood favorites like PB&J made with house-made peanut butter, Chicken Fingers with marinara sauce and Creamy Tomato Soup with A B C pasta. Grown-ups can indulge in Greek Yogurt with Smoke’s own granola, seasonal fruit and honey as well as Smoked Salmon Bagel with thinly sliced smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers and red onions and Beef Sliders with pickles and caramelized onions. Old-school desserts such as Root Beer Float and Chocolate Pudding with vanilla whipped cream.

Smoke Launches New Kids’ Jazz and Brunch Series

Begins January 15th

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Saturday at 11am and 1pm. 

Special prix-fixe brunch menu ($19 for adults, $15 for kids 12 and under) 

The show is free, everyone in attendance must have brunch.

2751 Broadway between 105th and 106th Streets


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