The BEACON BAR & GRILL presents

Supper Club Jazz – Dinner & Show

Take a step back in time when dining out came with a side of entertainment …

Every Friday Night, join us at the Beacon Hotel for dinner and a show featuring a nostalgic menu of elegant pairings coupled with music from the region's top jazz artists.

We are proud to present renowned Jazz vocalist Sharón Clark as 'Artist in Residence' during this special holiday season series. She’s joined by music director Chris Grasso on piano and top jazz bassists from DC and the immediate region. Please note: on a couple of dates, Ms. Clark will be on tour. Visit our Facebook Page to discover the great vocalists we'll feature on those dates.

Music runs from 8pm to 11pm. Make your reservations today at OpenTable. Discounted valet parking is available. There is no cover charge, but there is a $25 per person minimum.


The Beacon Hotel
1615 Rhode Island Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036


Settle into a cozy booth or an overstuffed chair and enjoy these world-class performers while dining on classic Supper Club fare …

In addition to our full dinner menu, a Pre Fixe option of nostalgic fare will be available. Oysters Rockefeller, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Beef Filet and fresh Maine Lobster with drawn butter are just a few of the items on offer.

Enjoy additional service touches from a bygone era like Caesar Salad tossed tableside, or call for the Champagne Cart to deliver the finest sparkling wines and champagnes by the glass directly to your table.


 
Special Guests

When Sharón Clark is on tour, we'll feature other great jazz artists from the DC area. Visit our Facebook page to confirm our performance schedule:




Sharón Clark

Sharón has become DC's jazz ambassador to the world, touring extensively and gaining fans wherever she goes. Don't miss this chance to see Sharón in her hometown. The Wall Street Journal raves: "new and amazing . . . an absolute triumph," and the NY Times agrees: "You can't underestimate the transformation of what seems like an ordinary song when an interpreter like Sharón Clark tears it apart and peers inside."