"A big night on the town demands a belly full of fine food, so start at the Palm Court Jazz Cafe on Decatur Street, an elegant throwback to early jazz age supper clubs. The mahogany bar and mosaic tile floor are old school masterpieces. Check out the photos of famous jazzmen that line the walls.

The upscale Creole cooking is outstanding, but the hottest thing on the menu is Palm Court¹s nightly traditional New Orleans jazz. A revolving roster features venerable legends playing buoyant, joyful music, heavy on the snare drum street rhythms and bounding with brass improvs and clarinet solos. The urge to stand and dance the "Palm Court Strut" is strong, but wait until dessert is done..."

"Absolutely fabulous traditional jazz... great ambiance... hepcats say it should be made a national treasure."
- Zagat
"One of the hottest jazz venues in town."
- US News
"Palm Court's menu features classic New Orleans dishes as well as international items prepared with an eclectic touch."
- Dining Guide
"The Palm Court is one of the most appealing in a rich bouillabaisse of New Orleans clubs offering Louisiana music..."
- The New York Times
"The Palm Court ou l'on donne les plus beaux concerts de la ville, un pur bonheur."
- Le Monde, Paris

Ms. Nina Buck
Palm Court Jazz Cafe
1204 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

November 27, 2000

Dear Kathy,

On behalf of MTZ Meetings and Merck and Co., Inc., I would like to thank you and your staff for helping to make our events in New Orleans during the American Heart Association conference successful. As a result of the quality service and competence of your entire staff, every aspect of our meeting was well handled.

You and the staff at Palm Court Jazz Cafe were accommodating to our group and we greatly appreciate the patience that it takes to iron out these requests and specifics that we require.

We appreciate your patience and flexibility in helping to make the ever-changing details for these events to come together. Please extend our sincerest appreciation to all the members of our team. We look forward to working with you again in the future.

Kindest regards,

Darcie Wooten
Program Manager
MTZ Meetings

December, 7 1999

Dear Kathy and Nina,

Our client was extremely pleased with the dinner event of few days ago. She could not stop talking about how much they enjoyed it. They even thought about canceling one of the other dinner functions booked for the group to repeat the experience at the Palm Court Jazz Cafe. It could not have turned out any better than it did.

Please fax us a copy of the food and beverage check at your earliest convenience. Thank you again for your co-operation and I look forward to receiving a reply from you.

With best regards,

Fabio Rutili

December 27, 1997

Dear Nina (if I may):

November 13, 1997

Dear Nina,

I'm sorry I didn't have the opportunity to personally thank you for your help in making our post-wedding party a huge success. The food was delicious, the service was superb and the jazz was exceptional. The bride and groom were reluctant to leave for their next event! The umbrellas you gave them will certainly be treasured as a wonderful remembrance of a very special evening.

We look forward to returning to New Orleans and will certainly put the Palm Court at the top of our list of places to go.

Thank you again for helping me provide an unforgettable evening for my son, his bride, and all our guests.


Marilyn J. Keane

September 8, 1995

Dear Nina,

I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank you for your support in making the Louis Armstrong First-Day Issue Commemorative Stamp Ceremony a success. I know you are proud of the outcome and the part that you played in it. All of the comments from those involved were overwhelmingly positive.

As we all know, this city has a reputation for producing such events in grand style. With your contribution, we produced a ceremony in that great New Orleans tradition, which would have made "Satchmo" proud.


Philip E. Holland

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