EZ’s Woodshed is up for sale
EZ’s has been in trouble for a while despite having received two very glowing U.F. reviews. Earlier this year Gordon started throwing rent parties to keep the place going, but it seems that he has since decided to go ahead and put the joint up for sale. See details below:
EZ’s Woodshed is located on an historic strip of Harlem’s Prohibition Era Jazz District. Just 6 blocks up from the Apollo Theater, this boulevard hosts the ghosts of Louie Armstrong, Fats Waller, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Bird, Diz, and Miles, as well as Count Basie’s Club, Clark Monroe’s Uptown House, Small’s Paradise, Well’s Chicken and Waffles, Connie’s Inn, The Lafayette Theater and the legendary Tree of Hope. The Woodshed is a well-loved destination for local jazz fans, tour companies, the Harlem arts community and international visitors in search of a beautifully intimate and welcoming all-day jazz spot. Here is a link to some of our media coverage: http://www.bigapplejazz.com/asseenin.htm.
Owner, Gordon Polatnick, is selling to concentrate more time on his successful jazz tour business and popular website: www.bigapplejazz.com. Visitors to the Great Night in Harlem event at the Apollo Theater on Thursday night can come by for an afternoon jazz session from 4:30 – 7:30.
Gordon Polatnick at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 212 283-5299.
See website at http://www.bigapplejazz.com
2236 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (7th Ave. between 131st/132nd)