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good, smaller venue. very hipster.
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Both of Viet Cong's Music Hall of Williamsburg shows (6/13 & 6/14) are sold out, so badge-holders should get there as early as possible to stake a claim.
Tecante tall boy with lime is 6$ and the perfect beer. Screen in bar so you can see when the main acts go on. Coat check is 2$ an item.
All of the great attributes of a small venue.
Cool, intimate venue.
Good venue. Surprisingly intimate
May be my favorite venue I've ever been to.
The elevated areas on the side are perfect for a great view and more chilled vibe than the pit. Rest on the banister and enjoy.
A solid bar and intimate performance space make this a sweet spot to see a gig.
If the music blows the lounge is a good place to drown your sorrows. Lots of white hipsters getting street with their Hiphop stylings.
Great music venue - intimate but still gets top bands. Head upstairs if you want to avoid a crowd and still catch the action (the bar upstairs is also a great way to grab beers w/o fighting the crowd)
Great venue for concerts. The view is great from the balcony upstairs.
One of the best music venue...
Definitely intimate. Great spot to see a band you love.
Intimate venue with decent drink prices and great sound
Great venue, and surprisingly intimate
With Glasslands gone, this stands as the clear-cut best music venue in all the 'Burg. From the same folks who brought you Bowery Ballroom, also exact same layout
Standing in line for coat check is maybe the closest equivalent to purgatory. I wouldn't wish it upon anyone and suggest you don't either. On positive note, beers aren't bad! $7 for Stella. Hell yeah.
MHOW is a great place for a concert. Sound is amazing, always a great view of the band. Upstairs they have great bench seats. The bar prices aren't too bad, most of the time they have happy hour.
One of the best venues around Manhattan. Perfect size and good acts come through.
A smaller version of Bowery. Not to be missed.
Williamsburg is still cool. This venue is solid, sound fantastic, and has a constant stream of incredible music talent. Pack in with the crowd on the floor.
Is a very nice specially when you have performance and the drinks are really good and the atmosphere is relaxing
This venue will always have a place in my heart, it's beautiful and the sound has a punch.
Happy hour $5 drafts and $4 well drinks between doors and the opener! Don't forget about the $10 credit min and the balcony bar if the basement bar isn't to your liking!
Almost a splitting image of Bowery Ballroom. The drink situation is a little slower and you have to leave the main room to get a drink. Go the second the artist says, "this is a new one."
Get in early and head upstairs to snag a table and enjoy drink specials.
Be careful crossing the street. Drivers aren't immediately aware if the increased pedestrian traffic on the block.
Great music venue
Small venue for an intimate show
We are all the Hold Steady
Sometimes it can get a little crowded, but viewing from the side risers works pretty well and the downstairs bar is clutch.
The perfect sized venue, with a great bar downstairs to escape to or have a nightcap. Always fun!
Get here early for pre-show happy hour!
Happy Hour until 8pm is the way to go if you're there early. $5 dollar Magic Hat drafts. Also, nicest staff around. Amazing space.
One of our favorite venues! Perfect place for an intimate show.
Head to the platform opposite the side you entered. Along the back is a ledge that you boost yourself up to for a clear view of the stage. And the cops can't do shit.
🌟Shepard fairey murals, 🌟pre-show happy hour ($5 beer), 🌟balcony seating, great layout. What's not to like?
Brian said the opener, Endless Boogie, would be good. They were.
Brian says the opener, Endless Boogie is good, and they are.
I loved this place until I didn't. I've got a bone to pick with the autocratic manager (Todd?) and his army of security dudes. I know you guys are just doing your jobs, but seriously...RELAX BROS.
It's a nice place to see live music.
Hate this place! The worst venue in the U.S.A!
Bands play here if you like music.
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Good venue with decent bar areas and selection of beer. Very good sound quality and views from most parts of the venue.