The Baked Potato

3787 Cahuenga Boulevard West
818-980-1615

Reviews

Victoria NLN

Rating:
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A cozy venue with interesting jazz musicians. I saw Ethan Sultry group on May 23, 2017. A mix of jazz blues and flamenco. I usually have gone on Sundays when anyone is likely to drop in to jam. There is a 2 drink minimum (doesn't have to be alcoholic - herb tea was $5). Prices are reasonable. Their signature dish is a gigantic baked potato smothered in various combinations of toppings, e.g. ham and cheese, Philly steak and cheese. In all the years I've been last night was the first time I ordered the dish. I wouldn't order it again because the potato had no flavor. All in all, an enjoyable time and nice way to spend an evening.

Joey Lindly

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Friday, April 21, 2017

I absolutely love this place. The oldest jazz club in city lends it charming, quaint atmosphere to its top notch, world renowned musicians. This place is second to none, and I've been a few places. Come for the amazing music. Listen. Eat a killer baker. Enjoy a nice libation! See you there~

T Young

Rating:
Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Solid, small, venue. Like seeing a live act in your living room. Great if you find an artist you love. Decent food. Nice atmosphere. Like your basement from the 70's, only louder.

Lisa Sirlin Hall

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Best place in L.A. Justin runs a gem of a club. Been going here for many many years. Always top talent and a tasty tater.

Steve Broggie

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Saturday, June 3, 2017

Loved this place. Sound was great, service and food are good. Prices are a tad steep, but the experience is amazing.