Blue LLama Offers Pop Up Dinners and Live Music

. April 27, 2020.

In the midst of our current crisis, The Blue LLama Jazz Club continues to support local musicians and provide locally sourced meals. 

The Club is currently offering a mouth-watering array of international cuisines from three different pop-up dinners for pickup and delivery. They include American comfort food by Blue LLama Express with a modern take on family-style meals; Chef Jorge’s Latin American dishes from the Jibarito menu; and Of Rice and Men, a menu filled with New Asian Bistro cuisine.

Pick-up and delivery from 5-9pm. Monday-Sunday. 

If you’re missing The Blue LLama’s live shows, you’re not alone. 

Luckily, you can still catch archived performances via Facebook and YouTube watch parties, which allow you to tip the musicians— a much-needed boost to the local entertainers we love in the A2. Find details on these shows at

The Blue LLama Jazz Club, 314 S. Main St. 734-372-3200. 


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