Venue Details

495 Star Starred
The Canyon
28912 Roadside Drive Agoura Hills, CA 91301
818-879-5016
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Jodi Antoine
The venue was difficult to find cuz the street signs were so hard to read! We made like 4 u-turns and didn't know it was hidden in a shopping plaza!
A John Waters Christmas travel Dec 06 2014 star this tip starred
Randy
Food is never great at Canyon Club, and over-priced to boot. Dine elsewhere if possible, though to guarantee a table seat you must dine in.
Martha Davis and The Motels dining Sep 29 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

12 ratings
3.4 average rating
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74 events
40 reviews
33 stars
attended Feb 21 2012

Preston Smith is master of many genres of music, and very at home on the stage. His easygoing style and charisma were perfect for the Blues and New Orleans style music that he favored us with. His band was top flight also, playing multiple sets...continued

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5 events
1 review
1 stars
attended Feb 21 2012

Music was great but the advertisement for Mardi Gras is false. Very poor buffet !

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40 events
20 reviews
18 stars
attended Feb 21 2012

Disappointing. Smith had lots of musicians and they were not working well together. Further, Smith had a bunch of his own instruments and as a result seemed to lack focus, drive, and energy as host and lead singer. Show seemed a mish mash. Smith...continued

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Website

http://www.canyonclub.net

Quotes & Highlights

“Smith has a problem — it’s that he’s too good at too many things. Blues, rockabilly, Chuck Berry rock — you name it. Smith can sing and play it with as much soul, suave or boogie as anyone in town. Best of all, Smith enjoys each song as much as the audience.”_ —BAM Magazine _
“A stylistic cross between Louis Armstrong and Harry Connick Jr., Smith, whose presence combines warmth and chutzpah … lures in rubbernecks from the sidewalk with his assorted mix of music.”_ —Pasadena Weekly _