With a nod to Bobby Short’s legendary reign at New York’s City’s famed Café Carlyle, singer-pianist and entertainer Mitch Kahn presides over a series of evenings at The Salmagundi Club, offering great American standards, continental classics, contemporary favorites, Broadway, Hollywood and everything in between. The songs of Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen, Harold Arlen, Mancini, Kern, Cole Porter, the Gershwins, The Beatles, Billy Joel, Elton John, Barry Manilow and Neil Sedaka are just a taste of what‘s in store on the musical menu.

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$49.00 + tax • includes 3 course dinner • menu to be announced.

Limited Seating • Reservations a must! • (212) 255-7740

Bar opens at 6 • Dinner and Music at 7 • Party goes ‘til 10

Feature Article and Photos from Jan 30th 2013 in “THE SALMAGUNDIAN”

2013 Photos: Feb 28thMarch 15thMarch 28thApril 12th • May 3rdMay 17

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The Salmagundi Club of New York is the second oldest continuously operating professional art club in America. Ensconced in a landmarked 1853 townhouse on lower Fifth Avenue, the Salmagundi Club invites you to enjoy this series of special evenings featuring its own musical artist member, Mitch Kahn.