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Jules Bistro, in the East Village, hosts nightly live jazz and a Sunday jazz brunch. Among many music greats, Norah Jones performed there during her debut. In 2012, Jules celebrates its 20th anniversary as a premier place to date and enjoy great wine and jazz. Enter and be transported back in time. Whether you have memories of Paris' Marais or not, Jules will get you in the mood. Its amber coziness and evolved jazz improvisations, not to mention sophisticated cuisine, creates a Parisian nostalgia. Stop by for a glass of red or settle in for a romantic meal.