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Posted on Mon, Mar 13, 2006 10:12

KinMonmouth, Suzananana, jadeeyes -

Thanks for the tips. We drove into the city on Friday - piece of cake. Had a great time and wound up going to the Spotted Pig and then some old speakeasy that didn't even have a sign out front. Walked through the two sets of doors and the place was packed. Finished the night at Terra Blues. The band was great.

Can't wait to go back! Thanks again.



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 17:01

Jill and I are goin to see the Allman Brothers at the Beacon on Friday night, but we're meetin at The Red Rock West on West 17th St. & 9th Ave. before the show. That's a biker bar, but we'll get our shot 'o blues from Greg and the Brothers later lol... You're more than welcome to join us - at the Red Rock - not the show lol - thats sold out ..... Just shoot me an email and I'll give ya the details.

If not, have fun in our city and wave to us :))


Allman Bros? That's cool. I really miss that whole southern rock genre - Little Feat, Skynard, etc. Should be a good show.

Thanks for the invite to Red Rock. Maybe we'll check it out. Great info! Thanks!



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 17:00

Parking in Hoboken is tough to find. If you're staying in Midtown just park with your hotel valet or I'm sure tehy have a parking garage that they work with at a discount. Have a nice trip :)



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 14:32

Big_Azz_Ham write:
Thanks for all the great information! I appreciate it.

One more question: We're thinking about driving to Hoboken, leaving the car and taking the train into the city. Our other option is drive in through the Lincoln tunnel ( we're staying in midtown ). Considering we'll be arriving about 9:30 pm, which is the better option? Thanks!


Me personally? I'd just drive right in. Traffic's not bad at that time. Check with your hotel because they usually give their guests discounted rates at nearby parking lots.

Have a great time.....

  


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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 09:34

Thanks for all the great information! I appreciate it.

One more question: We're thinking about driving to Hoboken, leaving the car and taking the train into the city. Our other option is drive in through the Lincoln tunnel ( we're staying in midtown ). Considering we'll be arriving about 9:30 pm, which is the better option? Thanks!



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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 12:14

C-NOTE 157 Ave. C
New York, NY 212-677-8142

B.B. KING'S BLUES
CLUB & GRILL 237 West 42nd St.
New York, NY 212-997-4144


SMOKE
2751 Broadway
New York, NY 10012 212-864-6662

TERRA BLUES
(all blues) 149 Bleecker St.
(Thompson St. & LaGuardia Pl.)
New York, NY 10012 212-777-7776


SWEET RHYTHM 88 7th Ave. South
(Bleecker & Grove St.)
New York, NY 212-255-3626


RED LION
(all blues) 151 Bleecker St.
New York, NY 212-260-9797



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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 08:43

Oh yeah.... there are some really great ones.....

Try the Blue Note - its been around forever. 131 West 3rd St. right in the Village.

Or there's B.B. Kings at 232 West 42nd but thats Midtown. The main room always has a big show goin, but there's always great Blues goin at Lucille's Bar.....

And there's always The Village Vanguard at 178 7th Ave South.

Jill and I are goin to see the Allman Brothers at the Beacon on Friday night, but we're meetin at The Red Rock West on West 17th St. & 9th Ave. before the show. That's a biker bar, but we'll get our shot 'o blues from Greg and the Brothers later lol... You're more than welcome to join us - at the Red Rock - not the show lol - thats sold out ..... Just shoot me an email and I'll give ya the details.

If not, have fun in our city and wave to us :))

  


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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 04:23

Yes I can BAH!
1. 55 Bar, 55 Christopher St. at 7 Ave., New York, NY 10012, Tel: 212 925-4760

2. A & M Roadhouse, 57 Murray St., New York, NY 10007, Tel: 212 385-9005

3. Arthurs Tavern, 57 Grove St., New York, NY 10014, Tel: 212 675-6879

4. B.B. King Blues Club, 237 West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036, Tel: 212 997-4144

5. The Baggot Inn, 82 W. 3rd St., New York, Tel: 212 477-0622

That should do it for you! Have Fun!
Jade



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