Little Italy’s New Supper Club, Anthology, Brings New York Class to San Diego

Wednesday, June 20, 2007, 17:37 —by News Gal

San Diego, it’s time to welcome New York inspired music and cuisine to Little Italy. Anthology, the three story supper club located on India St. is an unassuming Mecca of jazz, blues, classic rock, latin, world, and r&b. This San Diego music and entertainment venue is one of its kind with minimalist décor and an inviting, spacious setting.

Although the new American cuisine’s gourmet flair and pricey nature draws in an older crowd for duet of dinner and a show (read: over 30 in bedazzled belts), Anthology does showcase many young, vibrant bands with upstairs bar-n-tunes-only access prices for a hip twenty-something crowd.

Music is in the air:

June stars:

Jessie Colin Young, 6/23

Ignacio Berroa, 6/24

Tierney Sutton, 6/26 and 6/27

July stars:

The Steely Damned, 7/3

Royal Crown Revue, 7/11

Larry Coryell, 7/13 and 7/14

Jazz Fusion Superstars, 7/27

Anthology is not just another LA-wannabe San Diego restaurant and lounge, this supper club radiates with style, class, and charisma. Check it out.

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One Response to “Little Italy’s New Supper Club, Anthology, Brings New York Class to San Diego”

  1. Irene Nieves said on Monday, August 27, 2007, 11:00

    I want to let you know that my husband and I
    are big jazz fans and we were so excited when your club was opened. We have attended 3 concerts there & last Saturday we were looking forward to Airto & Flora Purim concert but it was the worst concert we have been to because the noise from upstairs was so loud that we could not enjoy the music. We were very disgusted and may not be going to any more concerts although we like the line up that you bring in. We were there for ArturoSandovals concert and even he had to complain about the noise. We are very disappointed because we can go to other venues (Museum of Art)( Nuerosciences Institute)and not have to contend with all the talking. Too bad because we love the club.

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