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  • Hammerstein Ballroom

    Hammerstein Ballroom

    311 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-279-7740 This 12,000 square foot concert was originally built by Oscar Hammerstein in 1906 as an opera house. It's since been a vaudeville hall, a Freemasons' Temple, and, in its current incarnation, a marquee-name pop music venue. Acts as diverse as Weezer and Underworld have performed here but, with a capacity of 3,000, it can often be difficult to see the stage from the standing-room, unslanted first floor. Regardless, Hammerstein has opera house-quality acoustics, so every seat sounds like the best in house. More >>

  • Highline Ballroom

    Highline Ballroom

    431 W. 16th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-414-5994 The High Line, that grassy eco-oasis long envisioned over the West Side's raised subway lines, just came to fruition last year. The cavernous club below it, though, has established itself over the past several ones as a hub for fast-ascending acts of all popular genres (with a latent emphasis on hip-hop). The pours are moderately priced, and the balcony offers a wraparound view of the unyielding traffic jams below. The vibe can shift a bit aggro in the wee hours of the dance nights, but this ain't no hippie-dippie park yet, so roll on. More >>

  • Hillwood Recital Hall, C.W. Post

    720 Northern Blvd. Greenvale, NY 11548

  • Hollywood Music Studio

    160-13 Northern Blvd. New York, NY 11358

  • Home Sweet Home

    Home Sweet Home

    131 Chrystie St. New York, NY 10002
    212-226-5708 Tucked just below an art gallery on the corner of the Lower East Side and Chinatown is Home Sweet Home, a dank underground alley bar with a small performance space in the back. Home Sweet Home would be aptly named if your idea of home were a macabre dungeon with all the accouterments, including a ton of dead animals. It’s taxidermy, sure. But there’s a darker edge to Home Sweet Home. When the bar opened in 2009, it quickly established itself as a punk and metal spot with an outre edge. Hosting the final run of the revered Wierd nights--put on by the record label of the same name--helped to cement that legacy. Now, with residencies from DJs like Jonathan Toubin, the joint seems to bow toward a reputation for sweaty dance parties. Crowded, musty, and always a good time--or at least a time that's interesting. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • HomeBase Project

    764 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, NY 10031

  • Hotel on Rivington

    Hotel on Rivington

    107 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-475-2600 Sleek, sexy, and sophisticated often get tossed around when describing the atmosphere of the Lower East Side's Hotel on Rivington. Though the mod-chic veneer is starting to wear a little thin in some parts of the space, there's never a dull moment when--and if--you can make it upstairs to the penthouse lounge. Beyond having to traverse elevators and stairways to get to, the lounge here has a notoriously finicky door policy. Some nights, the bouncers may seem overly zealous. Others, you might wonder if they are paying attention at all. Unless the lounge is booked out for private events, DJs here spin a vague mix of danceable tracks and what’s trending. Some have said they’ve gotten bad treatment, and the drinks, as always in a place of this caliber, are what many call overpriced. But that's expected in a joint like this, and almost all is forgiven when you enjoy the view. The penthouse sits on one of the neighborhood's tallest buildings. Just look at that skyline. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • House of Vans

    25 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • The Ho_se

    28 Lawton St. Brooklyn, NY 11221