L.A.'s famous jazzspot isn't confirming but Eater L.A. has gotten hold of a sale listing for an "upscale jazz club" that pretty much fits the bill (wording in the sale sheet is the same as on the restaurant's Web site). Sale price is $1.7 million. You might recall that Catalina moved a couple of years ago from its old digs on Cahuenga to a roomier spot in an office building on Sunset. I hope this isn't the end of what's been a great venue for jazz, but the economics may not be all that enticing. How 'bout it, Broad and Burkle?
One Of The Most Amazing Premier Jazz Clubs In The Country. A Spectacular Build-Out Completed In 2004 Has Made This Club Gorgeous Inside And Out. The Old World Charm Provides A Warm And Inviting Environment For Its Guests, While Enjoying A Superb Meal And Great Live Jazz. All Permits And Licenses Including Unrestricted 47 Liquor License Needed To Serve Food, Dancing, Performance, Etc. Able To Serve Liquor And Food Inside And On Outside Patio. This Club Is 10,600 Sq. Feet With Indoor And Outdoor Dining. Total Seating For 315 Customers.