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Historic nightclub, live music venue and event space in the East Village, New York City.
430 south street Capitol southeast Washington DC 20003
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Did not have a good experience ordering a table. They gave us the wrong wristbands and we lost 2 hours of our night waiting to get it fixed. Beware!
Great 90s show on Fridays! RSVP online and arrive before midnight for free entry and 2-4-1 drinks.
Really enjoy checking out hip-hop acts at The Studio. Has a great vibe.
A classic music venue in NYC. Must see a concert here at some point.
Has some great live music but the crowds tend to be younger.
Favorite venue by far
I went to a great The Cat Empire show here. The floor shook a bit, but it held up.
The music is better on the second floor. Much louder.
Great place for shows. Never disappointed.
It all depends on who you see/who's playing. Some nights are classy. Some nights are ratchet. Water is $5 but beer is cheap
It's okay for a regular concert. For the club stuff, the crowds are really terrible. I get sad when someone I like plays here. Hit up the Studio for a better atmosphere.
I now only come here is someone really good who I've never seen is playing. Crowd sucks. Place is dingy.
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been here enough to say this is the WORST venue in NYC (i go to a lot of shows) staff, patrons, bar(s), sound, smell: AWFUL. takes a special band for me to think about it. why do bands even play here?
One of my favorite NYC rock clubs. Relatively cheap beer, laid back and friendly staff, and intimate atmosphere. What more could you ask for?
Concerts here are pretty cool. There are 3 different levels so 3 different shows can be going on at one time.
A well-booked venue. Waiting out front can, on occasion, be like a carnival haunted house. Instead of ghouls, it's 21 year old girls shrieking at each other about being cool and whose dad is richer.
One of the best sound system for a music venue in the city
Get lost! (I mean lose yourself somewhere inside and you'll have fun)
So this was my first time having a table here as it def makes the experience better esp. when it's an all ages event..
Great multi level venue with a big sound system.
Great local concert spot!
$6 coat check! $9 brooklyn lager! What a rip
One of the better places to see a medium-sized show in NYC. Studio downstairs is even better.
Good music. Too crowded.
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Each stage here is great. New sound system is fantastic, but definitely bring ear plugs - especially for downstairs!
Pretty good enough place for underground events
Great music 🎶. Obnoxious crowd.
The dancing, DJs, everything!
Big names come here all the time, check their calendar often!
Dirty and way too many people.
My favorite venue in New York! I always have a good time here, been coming for years for concerts and club nights.
The people who work there are really nice.
The bar was very fast
Not recommended. The sound is one of the worst for shows in NYC.
Sound and lighting is just not that great here. Acoustic sets are perfect though.
My favorite part is how the floor feels like it's going to cave in when the beat drops.
It's actually cheaper to drink beer (Coors Lite, $5) then to drink water ($6) here.
Marlin room: small & intimate venue, annoying you can hear the bass from the adjacent concert room though
Best spot to watch a gig at the Marlin Room is from the left hand side.
Eh. Not a fan.
One of the best concert venues in the City. Both upstairs and downstairs are ideal spots for a show.