82 West 3rd Street
All flavors of jazz seem to be represented at Zinc Bar, from funk and fusion to New Orleans and orchestral jazz. Performers hail from Morocco, Greece, Cuba and beyond, making …
Smalls Jazz Club
183 West 10th Street
Former Navy submariner, Mitchell Borden opened Smalls Jazz Club in 1994. A jazz violinist himself, Borden wanted to carve out a space in lower Manhattan where jazz music and jazz …
178 7th Avenue South
From 1935 until his death in 1989, Max Gordon ran the nearly 80 year old Village Vanguard, one of the city’s most colorful jazz spots. Over the decades, hundreds of …
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
Lincoln Center is undoubtedly New York's most comprehensive entertainment hub. Home to both the New York Philharmonic and the New York City Ballet.
217 E. Houston St., New York, NY
Mercury Lounge has perfected the recipe for booking up-and-coming acts at affordable prices, housing them in an intimate-enough atmosphere and consistently attracting high-energy crowds.
6 Delancey St., New York, New York
With excellent sight lines, out-of-this-world acoustics, and bars on all three levels, it’s no wonder the Bowery Ballroom has held the title of best music club in New York.
61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY
A space that combines 16 bowling lanes, 1 stage, 2 bars, and 1 Blue Ribbon restaurant to form a haven for concerts, bowling, drinking and dining.
17 Irving Pl
The intimate ballroom setting is a great place to check out a fresh act or an old favorite.
311 W. 34th St., New York, New York
Established 100 years ago, the Hammerstein Ballroom was originally built by Oscar Hammerstein in 1906 as the Manhattan Opera.