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Supper Club Fans, SoCal Has a Swanky New Song Spot

Feinstein's at Vitello's, created by Michael Feinstein, will feature musical theater, comedy, and more at the Tujunga Avenue eatery.

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    Supper Club Fans, SoCal Has a Swanky New Song Spot
    Feinstein's at Vitello's
    The intimate event series, created by the acclaimed performer, will feature musical theater, comedy, and more. It begins on Friday, June 14 at the Italian restaurant.

    What to Know

    • Opens June 14

    • Changing roster of performers

    • Kevin Nealon, Jane Lynch & Kate Flannery, and Jane Monheit all ahead

    You say "tomato" and we say "tomatoh."

    You say "potato" and we say "potatoh."

    You say "where can a person savor some sublime supper club magic in Los Angeles?" and we say "at Feinstein's at Vitello's, starting on June 14."

    For lauded performer Michael Feinstein, an artist known for his charming and cheerful interpretation of the Great American Songbook, will open his third supper club at the Italian restaurant, following his other two locations in New York City and San Francisco.

    As for what a lover of jazz, comedy, and great musical theater tunes can expect during a visit to Feinstein's at Vitello's?

    A rotating roster of quippy, audience-bantering comedians, and velvet-voiced crooners, and sterling singers who know their way around some of the most iconic ditties from the musical stage, for starters.

    Mr. Feinstein is the opening-weekend star, a treat for those who've followed his winsome work over the years.

    But coming soon after? Kevin Nealon, Jane Lynch & Kate Flannery, Lainie Kazan, and Jane Monheit are all set to appear in the intimate, table-laden space.

    A space, and scene, that embraces the idea of getting a bit dressy, of inviting a special date or pal who loves a crackling performance, and enjoying a sparkling sip or two, to go with the sparkling action on the small stage.

    Ticket prices vary, depending upon the night and artist, with many falling into the $40-$65 range. 

    Ready to hear some time-burnished classics, chortle along with some polished funny people, and go gaga over those Great American Songs?

    It's supper club time, on Tujunga Avenue in Studio City, with Michael Feinstein's newest and nattiest venture.

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