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  • Le Poisson Rouge

    Le Poisson Rouge

    158 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-505-3474 Undaunted by the weighted expectations given its address at the former Village Gate site, LPR is now offering a nightly program of what our own music editor calls "relentless and delightful eclecticism," whether your thing is John Cage, Deerhunter, or 'Crooked Disco.' Seating 250 comfortably or a standing 700 cozily, the classy but non-garish basement space conjures moods that can change wildly along with the music, but it's never packed or sweltering; on the non-rawk front, LPR is also a great place to watch major sporting events on the enormous LCD screen and nosh on Cajun tater tots. More >>

  • 45 Bleecker

    636 Broadway New York, NY 10012

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Con Edison Auditorium

    4 Irving Place New York, NY 10003

  • The Grisly Pear

    The Grisly Pear

    107 MacDougal St. New York, NY 10012
    212-529-3808 The grisliest part of the Grisly Pear is Friday Night Karaoke, in which participants bomb and butcher '70s one-hit wonders to the cheers of a small but endlessly enthusiastic (and sublimely woozy) crowd. The Pear's exterior is nondescript (literally--there's not even a sign), a stark contrast to kitschy Cafe Wha? and falafel hub Mamoun's on the same street. Likewise, the bar is just as modest: cheap wooden interior, low ceilings, a couple of TVs, and $10 pitchers of beer to bolster the ego for another round of karaoke. More >>

  • Tarrytown Music Hall

    13 Main St. Tarrytown, NY 10591

  • Terra Blues Bar Restaurant & Music

    Terra Blues Bar Restaurant & Music

    149 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012

  • Tribal Soundz

    340 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-5992 So it's supper time and you're in the studio recording your latest masterpiece when suddenly it comes to you: What this track really needs is a Peruvian goat-hoof rattle. Butatragedy!aall the uptown music shops have long since shut for the evening. What to do? World Tribal Soundz has those and just about every other percussion thingy you could name, plus manyalike zarbs, mbiras, and chikitasayou've probably never heard of and can't pronounce. More >>

  • Village Underground

    130 W. 3rd St. New York, NY 10012