When two jazz greats like bassist Esperanza Spalding and drummer Francisco Mela join forces with Argentine pianist Leo Genovese to form The ELM Three, sparks are sure to erupt and what better a place to be than seated right in the fire! Dinner before a show like this should be just as awesome. Check out Tortilla Flats. The food is Mexican and delicious, but itâ€™s the insanity within (bingo and hula-hoop nights) that is the real calling for this place. For drinks afterwards, hit the White Horse Tavern, a great bar and the old haunting grounds for Dylan Thomas. If you somehow have time before all of this, stop by Magnolia Bakery for some of the best tasting cupcakes in the city.