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(Le) Poisson Rouge

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Excellent music venue in the West Vilage that hosts some burlesque shows as well.

Table seating available, which gets you a better view and closer to the stage, but requires minimum consumption of food and drinks. The food is just snacks, with sandwiches being the most advanced option.

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Bierhaus NYC

Bierhaus is brought to you through the love of Oktoberfest & Hofbräu beer.
Live music, steins of crisp Hofbräu beer and authentic German cuisine will help transport you to the tents of Oktoberfest, if only for a few hours. Prost!

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Live music venue in the East Village. A little cavernous-looking and can get loud, but an eclectic programming makes this an intersting spot to see shows.

The biggest drawback are the two huge columns in the room obstructing the view, so make sure to either get a reservation to sit down, stay close to those columns, or get a good spot at the bar where you see the whole stage.

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Hill and Dale

The name refers to one of the earliest methods of audio recording: a stylus would cut a vertical “up & down” groove of varying depth into a wax cylinder phonograph record. This became known as the “hill & dale” process.