Blue Jean Blues is sort of like O'Haras with food without the location. With live music nightly and "twice on weekends", Blue Jean Blues provides a music-filled atmosphere to enjoy drinks and appetizers.
Those of you who remember O'Haras, the iconic club formerly on Las Olas where the Big Green Lawn now resides, would appreciate the music they play here. Quality Jazz and Blues; in what I consider a superior atmosphere. O'Haras was too smoky; there was a musty stink to the place. It was old, and it felt old. It felt like all of the people there had been regulars for 30 years.
Blue Jean Blue serves food, so there's no smoking inside. There's a fresh decor with large, colorful artwork. It's a pretty nice place.
Blue Jean Blues Jazz
They serve what they call "Tapas" here; but really there's just a wide selection of appetizers. Most people seem to go for the pizzas. I haven't tried the food yet. They add a $5 "music charge" to your bill on Wed, Fri and Sat, so be prepared. I'm not clear on what happens if you just stop in for a beer.
If Blue Jeans Blues was on Las Olas, it would be the hottest club in town. But it's not; it's on NE 33rd street, a lost neighborhood that sees few tourists and few Las Olas types.