New York City is unparalleled for many reasons, but at the top of that list is our vibrant, eclectic, and engaging music scene. Steps from StuyTown’s no fee nyc apartments are dozens of clubs and venues boasting a pedigree of talent, and featuring the stars of tomorrow.
The Bitter End is the city's oldest rock venue, an intimate room with exposed brick walls. Its stage has seen decades of talent, including Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Lady Gaga, and thousands of others. Small wooden tables scattered throughout the space, a moderate selection of brews, and a diverse calendar provide a space to kick back and listen, and listen you should. Guests who talk over the tunes will receive not-so-subtle indications to pipe down! Come out for a cocktail and meet the band you’ll be seeing at The Garden in ten years.
For a slightly more mainstream vibe, you can’t do better than Webster Hall. Located next to Union Square, Webster Hall has been doing double-duty as a music venue and club since 1886. With over a hundred years in service, they’ve found the winning formula. Check out their smaller shows at The Marlin Room, or go nuts with one of their building-wide dance parties. Whether you’re seeing a show in the 1500-capacity ballroom or dancing for hours at one of their amazing, themed clubnights, you’re going to have a fantastic time. An added plus, this venue is located right next to our union square apartments.
For those who want to dig into the city’s rich indie scene, there is no better room than Rockwood Music Hall. With three different stages hosting acts of all sizes, stop by any night of the week for a fantastically curated evening of music. The lush lighting, surreptitiously located second floor, and incredible talent will make a fan out of you and introduce you to your next favorite band.
Anyone who craves that Old-NY-Sound can sate their appetite at Jazz Standard. Within its red velvet walls and the dark wood booths, you will be whisked away by the music and the ambience. Sip your Old Fashioned and be lulled into reverence and driven to frenzy by jazz virtuosos. Seeing a big band live is a jaw-dropping, unforgettable, and intoxicating experience every New Yorker needs to have at least once. Do yourself a favor and check it out.
Irving Plaza has been just about everything since opening its doors in 1860, but the locale found its stride in ’78 when it became an intimate, much-beloved rock venue, having featured The Ramones, Talking Heads, Paul McCartney, and T.I. From rock to punk to hip hop, expect a variety of sounds where everything is turned up to 11.