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Metropolitan Room

34 W. 22nd St. New York, NY 10010 | Flatiron | 212-206-0440

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This cabaret and pop room is growing in popularity and influence; their regular amateur contests are some of the best nights in the city to discover new crooners. Enjoy the romantic interior and proximity to the piano; you can't get much closer to the music. This is one classy Flatiron joint.


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