Top 3 reasons why jazz pub is the best date place?

Finding a good dating place can be a challenge. Many couples simply run out of ideas as everything seems generic. Why not consider a good jazz pub? This might seem like a weird option at first glance, but when you look at it from a different perspective, you will realize that it's actually brilliant.

Still not convinced? Here are our top three reasons why a jazz pub is the best date place.

#1 It's more interesting than “Netflix and chill”

While there’s nothing wrong with “Netflix and chill”, it has become somewhat overused. A jazz pub will surely bring some fresh air into your connection. The music there is rich, the people are nice, and the atmosphere is simply splendid.

A decent jazz pub is more than just a place to show off your fancy music taste. The whole evening will be full of new emotions. Those who worry that there’s nothing to eat in a pub will be surprised at how many pubs serve an impressive cuisine and offer exquisite spirits. With the right song at the right time, you will surely enjoy your evening out.

#2 Jazz is a modern and aphrodisiac kind of music

Speaking of the right song, jazz is phenomenal when it comes to evoking positive vibes. Through symphonious, balanced, and melodic tension, jazz fosters a wide range of feelings that are later enhanced by a sudden change of the rhythm. Aside from being romantic, jazz can also get very dynamic. From strong trumpets to fast high-hats and groovy guitar, this music can also be great for dancing.

This is a perfect opportunity (or not so perfect, depending on your skills) to show off your best moves. You also get to choose from Dixieland (basically traditional jazz), hard bop, avant-garde, and many other types of jazz. Most pubs specialize in a particular style, so do some research beforehand. Yet, no matter which place you go with, jazz is a quintessence of love. There is no better way to show your appreciation than going to a romantic jazz set.

#3 You can discuss your feeling after the live performance

While we’re on the subject of feelings, you can discuss the whole performance with your partner afterward, just like you do after visiting the movie. The main difference is that unlike watching a movie you get to interact with the performance.

The best part of it is that both of you will experience it differently, which will result in a rich conversation. Finally, you can talk about how one song or the other impacted you on an emotional level. Who knows, maybe your partner feels the same. This is something that very few movies can do, and even those that actually can usually don’t leave a lasting effect. Also, if everything goes well, you can turn that into a tradition and visit jazz pub weekly.

To sum up

All in all, going to a jazz pub is a very good idea. It’s not generic, the atmosphere there is different, and the emotions that it evokes are much stronger. Jazz in itself is great as it allows you to dance, relax, and even experience tension. If you choose a cover jam, we suggest that you pick some of the classics. And be sure to charge your phone, you don’t want to miss a thing. We hope we managed to help you out. Have a jazzy date!

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