Come for the history, stay for the $200 T shirts.
Excellent job paying homage to the legendary club that used to occupy this space. Dive bar vibe, the original wall kept intact and the occasional after hours concert
Fabulous! Former CBGB!
Omg do fan !!"""
Went to see KISS secret show. It was nice but we had to check in our phones cameras and laptops. Whatever it's KISS so I didn't expect it any different. They like to sell their own footage
Love the set-up, if some goodies are on sale, that will be a great deal. Fashion forward and great store for men
There's free drinks at RSVP concert nights - but no bathrooms...
El cbgb! !!
Tribute to the former CBGB - It's worth walking through the store as it is a museum to this former music hall.
do you remember when it was like this?
Sad that it has come to this
NYC [Listen] We love Thursday Nite Live -- a monthly music series featuring great cocktails and killer live music. A must see in this epic space.
Not allowing photos, even from the outside window is a real douche-bag move, guys.
The difference between selling out and cashing in; This is where to get a professional suit or jacket, without sacrificing your soul or style.
This dude gutted CBGBs for a fashion store! INFIDELS! But hey, once a month they throw Thursday Nite Live, which has the best open bar in NYC. A friendly tip from BoozeParty.net.
first Thursday of every month, there's a free concert starring a hand-picked rock up-and-comer. free open bar too.
The go-to shop for rock-inspired threads
Picked up the limited edition John Varvatos Artisan Black cologne last weekend. Great scent. I just hope the ghosts of Joey Ramone or Joe Strummer don't haunt me in my dreams now.
Varvatos moved into the former CBGB space and retained the original walls and dirty dive theme. The he added his soft leather footwear, dress shirts, and motorcycle jackets.
went and was a bit disgusted by this transformation of the former CBGB space. saw stickers left of some friends' bands which was funny. bathroom remains much the same...