The Jazz Alley is by and far the best venue in Seattle for seeing top flight performers of the jazz persuasion. The club is first class and you'll be comfortable dressed up for a night on the town or just in jeans and a leather jacket. There is hardly a bad seat in the house and the sound is consistently superb. If you are tired and frustrated by attending live performances in big and acoustically challenged venues, The Jazz Alley experience will end your that frustration. The prices are reasonable and the service generally responsive. I am not a big fan of their food, so I usually eat elsewhere and opt for dessert, coffee and a brandy during the show. They have a great website and their calendar goes out several months with who's coming to town.
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We held an event for 130 people, and we were delighted with the food and the customer service. Our many emails to Mike prior to the event were all answered quickly, and our requests in terms of tweaking the menu (ingredients, additions, substitutions, supplies) were always accommodated; a number of items were also provided at no extra cost. The staff person came on time and set up quickly. Many guests commented positively on the food. The cost, moreover, was reasonable, especially after comparing other caterers, and although the final headcount/plates used may have exceeded our estimate, we were only charged for the prior estimate. All in all, it was good food, no hassle, and a very fair price.
I love these massagers! They give such a different massage than anything I have ever tried that going to a masseuse makes me want to take one of the Glass Caress with me so it will be as good as what we can do at home. They do not hurt our hands when giving each other a massage and when not in use they are pretty glass art items that you can keep out. I also have one at my computer desk to help with my "mouse-arm" caused by all the clicking and it is a godsend. I tried one on my friend who was helping me paint and she drove home an hour and a half later and called me to say "I still feel that massage." Delightfully exquisite, makes me feel what no other massager does.