The Bitter End
Rock Club, Bar
147 Bleecker St (btwn Thompson St & Laguardia Pl)
New York, NY 10012
- Since 1962, this Greenwich Village famed club has hosted some of the biggest names' earliest shows: Neil Diamond, Stevie Wonder, and Joni Mitchell included.
- One of my least favorite places to see a show in NYC. Ridiculous drink minimum, and people always talk through the sets.
- This place truly has the worst staff/service. Still coasting on that 60's fame. I'm only here to support a friend.
- Bathrooms smell like a dead hooker
- Highly recommend checking it out if you love live music & a bit of rock history. Place is small but worth squeezing into. This is Dylan's old stomping grounds!
- This place sucks! Two drink minimum to sit down PER BAND YOU WATCH SITTING DOWN. Also bartenders are horrible. Not a good venue.
- See the New York Songwriter's Circle, which plays twice a month, usually on Mondays.
- A solidly divey New York staple.
- Live Music
- If you sit in the far booth on the couch, you may find yourself stretching your neck a lot to see the left side of the stage. If you're here for a show, beware!
- Live music is amazing. No Draft beer.
- Music was good but 10$ cover and 2 ridicously expensive drink per person per show at a table is too much
- Awful. One of the worst clubs i ve been to. Shitty prices and policies for everything.
- Great hand soap
- @sarahmilesmusic. !!!!!!!!
- If you enjoy live music this is the place to be and great drinks
- If you are playing here with your band, expect to hit the stage a little bit later than scheduled. Virtually no backline. But the sound system is excellent.
- New York City's longest running rock club. The perfect place for live music in the city.
- Man On Earth will be having our album release party here on October 6th! Check in on this tip and get a free song!
- fun music hangout