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  • J & K Bar

    2953 Ave. U Brooklyn, NY 11229-5102

  • Jacob Krueger Studio

    71 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10010

  • Jacob's Pillow

    358 George Carter Road , 01223

  • Jalopy Theater

    Jalopy Theater

    315 Columbia St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-395-3214 The door to the Jalopy Theater near Red Hook could be mistaken for a portal to H.G. Wells’ old-fashioned time machine, to a world where modern rock hasn't yet been invented and steamboats are the main way to visit your relatives. This spot is off the beaten path but offers an eclectic range of music, including roots music, blues, old-time Americana, country and everything else found under that flag. There’s a tiny bar, but the main draw is the theater in the back. The space functions as an instrument repair shop during the day, and the setting reflects that: scattered guitars and wires and tools strewn everywhere. The tunes are always the focus--you’re unlikely to find over-drunk or noisy patrons, considering the effort it takes to get here and the specialized program the Jalopy offers. Grab a mason jar full of beer and sit back in one of the old church pews and fall into a different age--your mutton chops that look out of place in Williamsburg seem to make sense down here. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Jazz at Lincoln Center

    Jazz at Lincoln Center

    33 W. 60th St. New York, NY 10023-7905

  • Jazz at Lincoln Center, Appel Room

    Jazz at Lincoln Center, Appel Room

    33 w. 60th St. New York, NY 10019

  • Jazz at Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center, Rose Theater

    60th St. & Broadway New York, NY 10023

  • Jazz Gallery

    Jazz Gallery

    1160 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    646-494-3625 Jazz aficionados don't immediately think "West Side Highway" when they're jonesing for some post-bop, but Jazz Gallery on Hudson makes the windy trek worthwhile. A bit more formal than the central West Village halls, the Gallery has the advantage of an airy main room and lovingly curated wall collections. Get in rotation. More >>

  • Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard

    116 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-576-2232 Below a barbeque restaurant, the Jazz Standard attracts jazz people who want a serene-all-'round evening. It also doubles as a kind of musical community center with programs such as 'Jazz for Kids.' More >>

  • JBL Live at Pier 97

    Hudson River Park at W 55th St New York, NY 10019

  • Jerome L. Greene Performance Space

    44 Charlton St. New York, NY 10014

  • Joe

    Joe's Pub

    425 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003
    212-967-7555 As if a college-admissions officer ran Joe's Pub, this Village lounge takes pride in diversity through its "genre-blind booking." And they really mean it: gypsies, comedians, Latin troubadours, jazz cats, and grizzled rockers are in regular rotation on the venue's petite, quarter-circle stage. Also, it's kind of romantic. The candlelit seating area is cozy and swank, with a curving row of velvet-cushioned ottomans and accompanying lucite tables . . . that glow! More >>

  • Juliet Supper Club

    539 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10011
    212-929-2400 Nightlife impresario Jon B, of eco-friendly nightspot Greenhouse, doesn't much care for subtlety. For one thing, almost every surface in this Chelsea pleasure palace is mirrored, giving the impression of being assaulted by disco balls. The low-set, U-shaped banquettes provide plenty of room for models to crowd around bottle-buying playboys, lit gently by the glowing blue ceiling. Before the DJs hit the booth and start spinning, people actually eat dinner here. The theme of the menu is global street food, i.e. food you might consume after a night of partying or, in this case, during a night of partying. Order anything from lamb kafta and Thai-style tacos to crabmeat pupusas and snapper ceviche. As one would expect, bottle service is extremely popular here, especially in the raised VIP area. In case you couldn't tell from the above description, this is not a casual eating experience: unless you have the cash for bottle service or a couple of Swedish models on your arms, you might not get past the bouncer.—Keith Wagstaff More >>