Live Jazz with The Mark McKenzie Quartet!

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Live Jazz with The Mark McKenzie Quartet!

Time: June 3, 2017 from 8pm to 11pm
Location: Two Corks and a Bottle
Street: 2800 Routh St; Ste 140
City/Town: Dallas, TX
Website or Map: http://www.twocorksandabottle…
Phone: 214-871-9463
Event Type: live, jazz
Organized By: Two Corks and a Bottle
Latest Activity: May 11

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Live Jazz on Saturday nights has become a fan favorite at Two Corks and a Bottle, your Uptown Dallas custom winery and wine bar! You’re invited to join us from 8-11 pm for relaxing evenings with friends and to enjoy the sounds of smooth jazz by some of Dallas’ best performers! (No cover. Must be 21 or older to attend).

(Using GPS? Plug in 2650 Laclede St, Dallas to arrive at our front door. There's plenty of free parking on the street or in the AMLI Quadrangle first floor parking garage.)

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