Taking over the former Headquarters space in the Journey Club at Westman Village, Alvin’s Jazz Club (named for owner Jay Westman’s jazz-loving father) features live jazz Thursday through Saturday. The menu, designed by chef Chris Chabot (Vin Room), draws on the era when Jazz hit New York in the 1920s. “We wanted to go back to a time when dining out was a big deal,” says Chabot. “Think the Waldorf and Delmonico’s. ”We tried the broccoli Caesar salad that had a great New York take on croutons with thin, crispy everything bagel sections placed on top small florets tossed in a classic creamy Caesar dressing. The chicken Kiev was juicy and crispy and rested on a bed of thick, creamy, buttery broccoli mashed potatoes with Chabot’s signature coffee-roasted carrots. Deep fried cheesecake for dessert is a great twist on a New York classic and is reminiscent of fried ice cream.