This theater is renowned for Latino jazz. The place itself is a turn-of-the-20th-century delight, with colored glass lamps, red drapery, and other details, but it's also a world-class live-music venue. It was once a theater, and its original seating has been turned into different areas, each with its own bar. The lower two levels open onto the dance floor and stage. If you'd like to talk, head for the top tier, which has a glass enclosure. Call to see what the lineup is on any given night: Jazz, pop, soul, rhythm and blues, salsa, bolero, whatever. Be warned that the management can be somewhat snooty, so go with attitude.