Established singer-songwriters and heartfelt hopefuls strut their stuff (well, as much as singer-songwriters strut) in scheduled shows and open-mic nights at this East Village stalwart. In addition to a steady roster of young acts, the divey Sidewalk is known for its cheap food menu, unusual 24-hour-a-day schedule, and the rows of tables and chairs lined up outside the building--where, during the summer, the post-work crowd downs frozen pink margaritas and cheap beer while watching Avenue A traffic drift by.
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Monday, August 12, 2013 at 3:05 a.m. by Tom Cowell
You're not a joiner. You have nothing in common with those dirty club-juggling hipsters and their Manhattan Bridge flash mob. You like small, dark rooms in the company of other misfit toys, where you laugh at the foibles of man. And...