Sunday Jazz Brunch Returns at the Setai

Photo by Jacob Katel
The bar at the Setai.
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Champagne, Asian-style tapas, Sunday brunch and all that jazz are part of the five-year anniversary celebration at SoBe's uber-luxe Setai.

After a one-week hiatus for a little housekeeping, the Sunday Jazz Brunch is back, with unlimited champagne and Bloody Marys, a menu that ranges from Asian-esque fare to oysters, roast beef and pizzas, and a lineup of local jazz musicians that includes vocalists Michelle Manzo and Nicole Henry, and guitar-vocals duo Davis & Dow. Brunch runs from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $75.

Also on tap is the Thursday night Jazz at the Bar & Courtyard, which for the rest of October features Nicole Henry, vocalist Debbie Orta and former Harry Connick, Jr., trumpetist Jeremy Davenport. Asian tapas, deals on Taittinger champagne and specialty cocktails. There's no cover, and festivities go from 7 to 11 p.m. so celebrating your own anniversary (or anything at all) is as easy as swilling another glass of fine French bubbly.

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