LIVE MUSIC & DINNER. Our Jellyfish Room is a place where you can enjoy dining with live music. Musicians share their great love for Jazz, Funk, and Soul with our guests in San Francisco. The menu is seafood-centric, with a variety of classic crustaceans and an array of pasta, meat, and gluten-free options to go with a classic European riviera cocktail menu. Ula Restaurant is a San Francisco's 'Most Romantic Restaurant' by OpenTable. There are two seatings for dining with live music in the Piano Room: reserve at 6:00 or 9:00pm. To dine with Live Music, $10 'Support Live Music’ tickets are available. Tickets purchased for an experience are non-refundable. We look forward to sharing good vibes!
WEST SIDE JAZZ CLUB. Scotty Silver, Tenor Saxophonist and the founder and leader of West Side Jazz Club, is a 4th generation New Yorker from the Bronx. Born in 1956, the son of Pearl and Seymour Silverberg, two avid Swing fans, the sounds and feeling for Jazz entered him at an early age. In 1980 he brought his sax to San Francisco and has blown changes around town ever since. In 2003 he formed West Side Jazz Club. Scores of musicians have passed through the “Club” with many of the relationships formed there lasting for years. Scottys' unique style resembles nobody so much as himself, with due influence from Archie Shepp, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz ( also from the Bronx) and Wayne Shorter.
JOYCE GRANT. A lady we should hear sing. Joyce Grant singer/songwriter, determined at an early age that she was going to be a singer and spent her elementary and high school days performing in choir and musical theater. She is the great-great-niece of famed ragtime composer Scott Joplin and has written lyrics to four of his songs. She has participated in the West Coast Ragtime Festival for several years. City Swing started a new chapter in 2007 with jazz singer Joyce Grant. She is the lead vocalist for City Swing, an 18 piece big band. Grant has been singing jazz in Bay Area venues for over 20 years. A mezzo-soprano with a voice like dark honey, Grant has a performance resume which includes a wide range of venues including the Empire Plush Room and Zingari Ristorante in San Francisco, the Ledson Hotel in Sonoma, Sam's Chowder House & Cetrella in Half Moon Bay, the Sticky Rice in Fairfield, Carneros in Napa, Slates in Walnut Creek, Joe’s of Lafayette, and the Woodminster Amphitheater just to name a few. Born in Texarkana, the town where Scott Joplin was raised, Grant moved to Oakland as a child where she started singing with the North Oakland Baptist Church Youth Choir. Since that time she has earned the respect of singers and musicians alike performing professionally in San Francisco, the East Bay, Walnut Creek, Napa Valley and beyond. Her unique shows consist of a blend of jazz, blues, country western, Rhythm and Blues, and funk. Her vocal interpretations range from sensitive to powerful to cheeky over a broad spectrum of charts.