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Since 1962, this Greenwich Village famed club has hosted some of the biggest names' earliest shows: Neil Diamond, Stevie Wonder, and Joni Mitchell included.
Grab a beer, sit in the back left corner, and enjoy the show.
This is self explanatory. The Bitter End is one of the most fantastic music hangouts in NYC on one of the best streets in all of NYC too.
Love this place, played here a bunch of time, great music. Drink specials for the musicians is great.
One of my least favorite places to see a show in NYC. Ridiculous drink minimum, and people always talk through the sets.
Man On Earth will be having our album release party here on October 6th! Check in on this tip and get a free song!
Don't ever live above this place
Highly recommend checking it out if you love live music & a bit of rock history. Place is small but worth squeezing into. This is Dylan's old stomping grounds!
See the New York Songwriter's Circle, which plays twice a month, usually on Mondays.
If you sit in the far booth on the couch, you may find yourself stretching your neck a lot to see the left side of the stage. If you're here for a show, beware!
Live music is amazing. No Draft beer.
Awful. One of the worst clubs i ve been to. Shitty prices and policies for everything.
This place truly has the worst staff/service. Still coasting on that 60's fame. I'm only here to support a friend.
Bathrooms smell like a dead hooker
New York City's longest running rock club. The perfect place for live music in the city.
One of my favorite places to hear him play
Grab the $5 bowl of Bing Cherries at the bar. Healthy but sassy!
This place sucks! Two drink minimum to sit down PER BAND YOU WATCH SITTING DOWN. Also bartenders are horrible. Not a good venue.
Strange Brew played here when I went. They were awesome. The show was crazy.
with me and a feigz here , shit gets real. real fast .
fun music hangout
Cold Beer..., Hmmm,,, (",)
Check out English kills here. ( then go to five guys)
Check out Fools & Horses, great band that plays here
Blue Kid was AMAZING!
The banda were ver y good and dribla as well, but paying a $5 entrance and later find out a 2 drink min consumption per person and bitchy waitressing service was kinda dissapointing.
Music was good but 10$ cover and 2 ridicously expensive drink per person per show at a table is too much
Live shows every night. Entrance fee÷minimum if you want to sit at a table.. the sound is too loud. Go to see oz noy trio
Seriously awesome - if u close get your ass here
THE WORST PLACE EVER!
Arbitrary and capricious bouncer
You need to get minimum 2 drinks per person during the show...
Great hand soap
No Pumps! Baby! Flats Yuck!
Da Mayor: Doctor, those that'll tell don't know, and those that know won't tell.....
We're performing at 9pm on Sat Mar 23!
My little cousin Rayanna rocking her NYC debut performance back in her old hood...
Check out the free singer/songwriter sessions on Sundays, and admire glimpses into the past (Dylan! Gaga!) on the walls of this classic club.
Awesome music venue!!
If you enjoy live music this is the place to be and great drinks
If you are playing here with your band, expect to hit the stage a little bit later than scheduled. Virtually no backline. But the sound system is excellent.
Had some good bands the night I was there.
$10 cover, but $5 with a big group.
Remember to come out & support local live music!
Awful service, great music. Ya win some ya lose some.
The Bitter End is not only the oldest rock club in the city, it's also where Bob Dylan got his start. He has five gold albums that were recorded there live.