It was a sprint to the finish, and despite predictions that it could not be done, Jazzmin’s opened on Saturday night in style–albeit with the paint barely dry. Attended by almost all the usual suspects and then some, it was an evening of generously poured complementary wine and beer, delicious snacks by Tobias, and some down-to-earth live jazz performed by Karolos Voutsinas and a Cuban/jazz band. The event incorporated added colour in the form of Alexis Averbuck’s most recent artwork, which will be exhibited through August and into September.
A genuine Jazz club, the first of its kind on Hydra, Jazzmin’s provides a change of venue and pace and is a much-needed asset to the island. For those who remember, this place was last open was in the early 1990s as Disco Kavos, with throbbing house music into the wee hours. Who says things change for the worst?
The Kamini Comet management, staff, associates, underlings, and their dogs wish Sergei, Karolos, and the rest of the team all the best. We’ll be rooting for you!
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