Storyville was a Boston nightclub and jazz music venue opened by Boston native jazz promoter and producer George Wein during the 1950s. It was a magnet for musicians like Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Lennie Tristano, and Dave Brubeck who performed there regularly. Holiday recorded an album, Billie Holiday at Storyville, at the club, which took its name from the country's first Red Light District in New Orleans known for being the place where jazz truly came into its own.
Storyville opened in 1950 downstairs in the Copley Square Hotel. In February, 1951 it relocated to the Hotel Buckminster in Kenmore Square but returned to the Copley Square Hotel in 1953 - this time at street level. In 1959, the club moved to the Bradford Hotel on Tremont St. for one year.
Storyville's Kenmore Square location is now occupied by a Pizzeria Uno restaurant. In September 2011, a new nightclub using the name Storyville opened at the location of the Copley Square Hotel.