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Three great stages, one great hall.
One block south of Carnegie Hall, Abboccato features authentic Italian dishes – dessert included. From our Chocolate Bomb to Pistachio Sundae, there’s something that every sweet tooth will fancy.
Coming to Carnegie Hall? Stop in to Molyvos for the widest selection of Greek wine in the US! Each bottle, from Santorini to the Peloponnese, is carefully selected by our Wine Director Kamal Kouiri.
Practice, practice, practice then take a left
Great performances, impeccable service, great place
Beautiful Venue can not wait to return
the super cold and refreshing water fountain on the far right of the balcony entrance is your just reward for climbing up 200 flights of stairs.
The bathroom sitch is difficult during shows as you have to go two floors down. Otherwise, gorgeous building. Fantastic acoustics.
Even the bad seats are good.
10% off at the bar for MasterCard holders
Good gift shop, excellent performances, amazing acoustics, ambient atmosphere, and an ornate hall perfect for any performance no matter the occasion. What's not to love?
Beautiful acoustics and decor
Fantastic venue. You can really see the age in this historical theatre.
The least comfortable seat I've been in for years. Serious kneebusters.
If you're seeing a show and your tickets are at will call, you can save a lot of time by picking them up anytime before the show (even that day). The will call line the day of a show is a mad house.
Keith Jarrett done good tonight.
10$ student tickets!
Phenomenal venue. No bad seats.
space between ones share and the one in front is horrible. If you're late you have to get the whole row to stand. Beautiful auditorium though
Great place for classical music...trivial but true
The greatest most beautiful and deep music in the world played by the world's greatest musicians! 😃🎵🎵🎵
no need to get here early, since they have seats.
if you are able-bodied and/or not geriatric, skip the elevators. they're the worst. THE WORST.
One of the best concert halls in the world!
The one and only!
Don't forget to look around at the lovely architecture as you soak up the sounds.
NY Choral Festival--World Projects
Orchestra seats are best
Cant bring the snacks you buy there to your seat sucks!
Oh you fancy, huh? Then take advantage of the $10 student rush tickets on 57th and Seventh for Carnegie Hall.
In 1903, President Teddy Roosevelt joined with Methodist bishops to honor the 200th anniversary of John Wesley's birth (from "Methodism and Politics in the Twentieth Century" by Mark Tooley).
Arrive early (20-30 minutes) to walk through the "museum" on the 2nd floor.
A must-go-to place before you die. Especially for musicians.
Millions dream of stepping onto the stage that’s hosted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., George Gershwin, Bob Dylan, and many other greats. - Green Guide Editor
Don't forget to check in while here so your crew remembers how cultured and sophisticated you are!
Was pushed out after the show. Only 2 people staffing the merch table & very long line. Needed the bathroom but they were locked off. Expected more from a world-class venue. Show was amazing tho.
The wine is a rip-off--get a mixed drink instead!
Carnegie Hall has hosted some of the worlds greatest musicians & boasts 100's of signed portraits.NY resident Sarah Jessica Parker looked glamorous at the 2012-2013 season opening gala just last month
For some pop artist concerts, they set out bins of Ricola throat drops for guests to grab from on their way out. So don't be afraid to bring your inner tweeny bopper and SHOUT your hearts OUT!
The legend.Not to be missed. Show up day of early to try and get last minute 'day of' discounted tickets. Brilliant acoustics. All the greats have played here. The Beatles, Judy, The Doors, etc..
If you want to experience a "true" classic music hall come here!
Get to the show early to avoid having to wait outside for an opening act to finish. Make the most of the opportunity to dress up and swan around the lobby with a glass of champagne.
Cash only bar during intermission.
Carnegie Hall opened in 1891. 46,000 events have taken place since its opening. The youngest performer to have performed at Carnegie Hall was four year old Lolita Val de Cabrera in 1900.
Don't bring box of m&ms. Go for Swedish fish...something less noisy.