Former ‘50s horse stable gets deluxe conversion to roomy music club. Two-story space along the lines of Terminal 5 or Irving Plaza can pack in the crowds. Nightclub lighting meets industrial ... read more
Chris Noth, the artist formerly known as Mr. Big, is the proprietor of this second-go-round performance joint. Roomy two-tiered space highlighted by serpentine bar shaped into a giant guitar. Rock ... read more
Bona-fide Broadway cabaret brings back glamour era-NYC, beneath what was once Studio 54. Tony Award winners on the lighting and interior design. Dark wood paneling and plum-colored seating keep it ... read more
Hotel known for quiet sleeps makes a little noise. Jazz sets run six nights a week, with live music brunches come Sunday. Airy, high-ceilinged space not your usual jazz hole. Sunlight shines do... read more
Sing your heart out at this Russian karaoke hot spot located in the uptown Dream Hotel. Jelsomino is the latest from the Ginza Project, those fabulous Russians who gave Gotham its most glamorous Ru... read more
Hey man, is that freedom rock? Well turn it up, man. Midtown tourist trap where you're most likely to catch an Average White Band reunion tour, Saxon, Stryper, or maybe an Eagles tribute thing. Not... read more
So what if Coltrane never pissed in the urinal like some of the more rarified downtown spots? Still toe-tappingly legit. Huge space, sleek, decked with red leather benches. Like most big-name jazz ... read more
Big as an airline terminal. Two separate balcony levels, huge main floor. Chandeliers class up industrial entry after running elaborate security gauntlet. Coat check stashed behind second floor bar... read more
Despite the two-floor, hardwood grandeur of this Hell's Kitchen monolith, quiet nooks and crannies allow for easy escape from standard club scene. Real food and tables add to the relaxed feel. Plus... read more
In this 18,000-square-foot space, guests of the space age hotel and NY locals can dig into Richard Sandoval's Latin Asian cuisine at restaurant DohYO and share a pitcher and cocktails at the Terrac... read more
Broadway folk, sports fans, and tourists alike sidle up to the bar and tables at this Theatre District spot, where the neon sign out front has become something of a landmark. Karaoke on Tuesday nig... read more
The ghost of Johnny Cash floats through Murray Hill's own roadhouse, blessing every last drop of amber whiskey with his immortal baritone. Hold on tight and drink hard while toasting a long-dead Te... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
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Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...