A few blocks south of Lincoln Center itself, this Columbus Circle venue is almost completely devoted to jazz, with a sprinkling of other genres mixed in. Stages in Rafael Viñoly's crisply modern Frederick P. Rose Hall feature the 1,200-seat Rose Theater (where a worthy Jazz for Young People series joins the buoyant adult programming a few times each year). Also here is the Allen Room, an elegant theater with a glass wall overlooking Columbus Circle,
and the smaller Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, where there are two sets nightly. It's known for its late-night concerts, and there's also a full bar and restaurant here.