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  • The Bell House

    The Bell House

    149 7th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-643-6510 Like many new Brooklyn venues these days, the Bell House was birthed out of a '20s warehouse. Naturally, a space this big lends itself to a variety of joyously disparate events (i.e. the Harry Potter Yule Ball, Super Japanese Game Show Melee, Radio Happy Hour) punctuated by a mix of veteran songwriters (recently John Oates) and sizable indie-pop acts (Beach House and such). The Bell House's key decorations are antiquated, sinuous chandeliers and a wood panel branded with a buffalo, both of which are indicative of the venue's tattered, vaguely Western, Prohibition-era aesthetic. Also notable is "Fight Club," a monthly craft-beer-and-cheese-tasting event. More >>

  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

    200 Hurd Rd. Bethel, NY 12720

  • Big Apple Music

    220 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036

  • Big Snow Buffalo Lodge

    89 Varet St. New York, NY 11206

  • Birdland


    315 W. 44th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-581-3080 The place jazz lovers love to talk about, perhaps because the very name takes them back to a time they loved or a time imagined as the most exciting NYC has ever seen. More >>

  • BKLYN Yard

    388 Carroll St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

  • Blue Note

    Blue Note

    131 W. 3rd St. New York, NY 10012
    212-475-8592 As spontaneous, free, and chaotic as live jazz can be, there's a certain decorum at the Blue Note. To enter, one must reserve a spot in the bruise-blue and mirror-decorated room at either the bar (roughly $20, depending) or a table ($30, same deal). There, you can order up some filet mignon or pan-roasted salmon, and sip wine while chaos enfolds on the bandstand maybe four feet away. It's impressively authentic here: the jazz veterans who sit in each night are less than six degrees of separation from the greats, i.e. Miles Davis or Herbie Hancock, and six feet from your table. More >>

  • Body Actualized Center

    143 Troutman Street Brooklyn, NY 11206

  • Bossa Nova Civic Club

    1271 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221

  • Bossa Nova Civic Club

    1271 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221

  • Bowery Ballroom

    Bowery Ballroom

    6 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002
    212-533-2111 The Bowery Ballroom is generally regarded as the city's best music venue. It has three floors, three bars, an intimate 550-person capacity, balconies for the mosh-pit-adverse, and status as the most popular destination for rising indie-rockers. It's also the place where "special guests" (such as David Byrne!) drop by, and more established acts (such as Nine Inch Nails!) treat their fans to "secret" shows. While the Ballroom now has a Brooklyn clone (the Music Hall of Williamsburg) with sleeker finishes, swankier bars, and better couches, the original club's homey charm is something that can't be replicated. More >>

  • Bowery Poetry Club

    Bowery Poetry Club

    308 Bowery New York, NY 10012
    212-614-0505 Bob Holman, the man who helped popularize slam poetry in the city, founded the Bowery Poetry Club, so you can feel quite confident that the acts inside aren't just a bunch of wannabe beatniks. Spoken-word poets, self-conscious rappers, amplified rockers, and tawdry burlesque acts frequent the stage in the back, while arty regulars hang out in the club's macabre, red-chandelier-equipped cafe. It also has wi-fi. More >>

  • Bowery Presents

    66 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211-3009

  • Brookfield Place Plaza

    200 Vesey St. New York, NY 10281

  • Brooklyn Bowl

    Brooklyn Bowl

    61 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-963-3369 Basically, Brooklyn Bowl is the Pimp My Ride of music venues. It has a 16-lane bowling alley with big-ass HD TV screens situated above the pins. "Rock. And Roll. Fries" and the "Really Sloppy Joe" are on the Blue Ribbon-supplied menu. And they book wonderfully odd and unexpected novelty shows such as Lebowski Fest, the Regional Air Guitar Championships, and Snoop Dogg. Most of the time, however, the Bowl brings out the latest in indie rock, punctuated by seasonal specialties like Questlove's weekly DJ residency. Their couches are really comfortable, too. More >>

  • Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Brooklyn Bridge Park

    1 Main St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    212-639-9675 In Brooklyn’s tiny DUMBO neighborhood is one of the city's most diverse (and smallest) parks, offering up programs of jazz, classical, and countless other events. And though there’s something for everyone--from Shakespeare to festivals of trumpet music to free movies to activities for children--the best part about this spot is the view. Lower Manhattan hardly looks as good except when you're sprawled out on a great lawn with a bottle of white wine at hand, fronted by the Metropolitan Opera or a great rock band. Hurricane Sandy couldn’t even squash the spirit here. The famous riverside carousel emerged from the flooded water unharmed. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Brooklyn Lyceum

    227 Fourth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Brooklyn Philharmonic

    189 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music

    58 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Bruar Falls

    Bruar Falls

    245 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    347-529-6610 They even allude to it on their Myspace page; the purveyors of Bruar Falls would like to be the BK equivalent of Cake Shop, the once-great LES hangout/bakery/record shop/basement performance space. Unfortunately, Bruar doesn't have cupcakes. But they do have a quality, scrappy DIY aesthetic and mostly free, or close to gratis, shows nightly. Eat it up. More >>

  • Bruno Walter Auditorium @ Lincoln Center

    40 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023

  • Bushwick Starr

    Bushwick Starr

    207 Starr St. Brooklyn, NY 11237
    212-868-4444 It's hard to even imagine a theater any more endemically Bushwick than the Bushwick Starr. The small but lively space feels more like a particularly enthusiastic community playhouse in some other, less theater-saturated part of the country. Which is not to say amatuer, quality and creativity abound in this not-for-profit producer of plays, dance, and puppetry. Even though it's located on quiet Starr Street, it is situated in the center of Bushwick's burgoening nightlife scene, and post-show tickets can be exchanged for freebes at nearby bars and restaurants. For those unfamiliar with the outer reaches of the L train, the nearby Jefferson stop can be a trek, but one well worth it to visit this borough mainstay. More >>

  • Cafe Orwell

    247 Varet St. Brooklyn, NY 11206

  • Cake Shop

    Cake Shop

    152 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-253-0036 From 9am to 4am, Cake Shop serves warm coffee and the sweetest indie rock in town. You can take your music live downstairs or enjoy excellently curated mp3s upstairs over one of the bakery's winning cupcakes. The cozy atmosphere, warmly attributed to trailer-type wood-paneled walls, and invitingly dingy performance space arrayed with holiday lights gives this hipster haven a particular chic that perhaps has to do more with the pastries than the tunes. Here you can have your music and eat it too. More >>

  • Cameo Gallery

    93 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

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