New York Habitat:Put on your dancing shoes and come here for a night of jukin' and jivin'. Don't miss out on the open mic Sundays, there's some amazing talent.
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Flora Gnr:Open mic with Cheryl is incredible ! – Monday night
Angela Cook:Be sure to go on a Monday night. They have an open mic for only three dollars! Cheapest open mic spot in the city.
Mad Mimi:Be sure to check out the open mics!
Geoffroy Bablon:Get here EARLY for the open mic nights. Better yet, get a $20 “VIP” ticket online, and then you'll still want to get there early but at least you'll have a chair from which to watch the show.
Deveter Lane:Tuesday Nights this summer stop by for the Blues open mic with The Back Alley Players
Shermaine Johnson:Food is fantastic and reasonably priced & great spot to meet legendary celebrities especially on the Thursday open Mic night
Jas Brown:Thursday nights are the best!! Open mic is amazing, almost everybody can sing and celebrity sightings aren't rare! Try the strawberry butter on the cornbread 🙂
Gina Robertello:Great open mic place – if u want a good piña colada this is a good spot – sidecar? Nit so much.
Angel:Small piano bar. We went on a Saturday night and they had open mic. Since it's small, we didn't have to wait too long to sing. No cover, but they make up for it with drink prices.
Mia Anderson:Don't sit in the back room, no lighting & isolating. Great for open mic if you want to sing.
The Inspired Word NYC:Come check out the open mic on Monday nights, 7pm-to-11pm. And check out the luscious $3 wings!
Alex Lazo Vasquez:Friday night has an awesome DJ. Great mood, great drinks. Tip: dont leave your drinks in the little holes in the wall.
Gregory Spraggins:Wonderful bookshop. One stop shopping for all subjects that pertain to the Black Global experience. The service is intelligent and friendly. This is a neighborhood gem
Harlem Ambassador:very positive vibe when you walk in this place. You feel the love and healing immediately. The events attract a well heeled Harlemati. Get your black history with a lesson or two in awareness.
Guillaume P:Had a great time here. A bit expensive but the show was good. In my case 30% excellent, 50% with decent laugh, and 20% horrible. Funny to see some of them later in shows like SNL or Master of None.
Danny Palmer:”The house gin isn't all that bad” says your new best friend and local comic Danny Palmer.
Mad Mimi:Check out Penny's Open Mic every Tuesday. Bring your music/poetry/comedy/anything at all – or just sit back with a beer and enjoy the show.
Paige C:Hidden little theater underneath St. Marks Place – great place to catch some late night improv or a show!
Justin Luke:Come by the Time Out NY Lounge for cheap drinks, cute boys, and Broadway open mic EVERY Monday!
Andres Elizondo:Fantastic theatre! I saw the Avenue Q production and The Play That Goes Wrong, which were masterfully done.
David Samuelson:World class jazz in an authentic environment. What else could you ask for? Order a Booker’s and a can beer and get carried away.
Louis Vuitton:Listen to the best emerging stars in this quintessential jazz bar. Perfect for a relaxed, wine and music filled evening. The $20 cover charge is less than most places considering the quality of music.
Norman Ellis:Downstairs lounge has a great vibe, good DJ, great service, eclectic crowd. Would definitely come again.
Brian Kant:Brunch is generally good; dinner OK but a little pricy; Awesome beer selection. The service is decent, although it can be spotty when they're really busy. They have an open mic every Monday.
Sierra Rein:Sundays at 7pm upstairs come sing at Award-Winning Mark Janas' The Salon Open mic! www.markjanasthesalon.com
Christine Choi:Great for Sunday brunch. Loved the service and the mimosa, granchio poached eggs w hollandaise, and potato gnocchi (pillowy melt-in-your-mouth good) are hits. Will be back for sure!
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