Columbus >Bars & Clubs > Barrister Hall
Among the '80s cover bands that smother the Brewery District is an oasis of cool, delicious jazz..
Barrister Hall is one of the classiest taverns in Columbus--all dark, gleaming wood, subtle lighting and agreeably old brick walls. The busy bar glitters with hundreds of well-polished glasses and liquor bottles, and the narrow downstairs is crammed with tables and chairs that face the small stage. Upstairs, take a break from the band in a lounge populated with comfy leather couches and chairs, pool tables and a large, inviting bar.
Jazz junkies, cigar aficionados and those who appreciate a fine bourbon or single-malt scotch. The crowd ranges from serious music fans to lawyer types, but everyone sports elegant duds.
Barrister's undisputed star is the Pharez Whitted Quintet, which plays every Friday to a packed house. Other notables are the New Brass Basics Band, 13 O'Clock and the Eric Augis Trio.
Cool, jazzy, low-key. Nice jazzy, cigar-smoking, laid back kind of atmosphere. Small but very stylish.
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