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55 Bar

55 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014
212-929-9883
Hours: 3p-2a Daily
Subway: 1 to Christopher St

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GENRE: TYPE: CAPACITY:
Jazz, blues Basement bar 75
AMBIENCE: DRINKS: HAPPY HR:
Heart of jazz,
soul of blues
$7-10 N/A
ADMISSION: FOOD: AGE LIMIT:
Free-$10 N/A 21+

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Caffe Vivaldi

32 Jones St
New York, NY 10014
212-691-7538
Hours: 6pm Daily
Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, M to West 4th St

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GENRE: TYPE: CAPACITY:
Various Cafe, listening room N/A
AMBIENCE: DRINKS: HAPPY HR:
Bohemian, cozy $5
ADMISSION: FOOD: AGE LIMIT:
Free Full menu

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Fat Cat

75 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014
212-675-6056
Hours: Mon-Thu 2p-5a, Fri-Sun 12p-5a
Subway: 1 to Christopher St

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Smalls

183 West 10th St
New York, NY 10014
212-252-5091
Hours: 7:30p-4a Daily

Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, M to West 4th St or 1 to Christopher St

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ALL VENUES

Arthur’s Tavern

57 Grove St
New York, NY 10001
212-675-6879
http://www.arthurstavern.com

Open since 1937, Arthur’s Tavern is an original experience. In a historically designated building, Arthur’s looks like a saloon, and acts like a jazz club. Year-round festive decorations and tight quarters attract all types to its line-up of: jazz, including Dixieland and New Orleans style; Chicago blues; R&B and more.


Duplex

61 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014
212-255-5438
theduplex.com

Duplex is a piano bar and cabaret venue that attracts the kings, queens and loyal fans of New York. On the ground floor piano bar, the staff—some between jobs on Broadway—sing as they work. Upstairs, the cabaret dates back to the ’50s, boasting performances by Barbra Streisand, Woody Allen, Joanne Worley and more. Duplex also hosts new work on Mondays and encourages submissions.


Marie’s Crisis

59 7th Ave South
New York, NY 10014
212-243-9323

Contrary to its name, Marie’s Crisis is a happy place, where musical theater enthusiasts gather around adept pianists, taking turns singing solos and gathering for sing-a-longs. Once the home of Thomas Paine – the 18th century revolutionary, and named after his pamphlet, “The Crisis,” the venue honors those of radical nature in gracious fun.