There is a view of the historic McSorley's Tavern directly opposite Finyl Vinyl; that is fitting, because what is new is not ... More
There is a view of the historic McSorley's Tavern directly opposite Finyl Vinyl; that is fitting, because what is new is not in vogue here. Forget people like Kenny G, Billy Joel and Elton John; Vinyl's main focus is the 1940s through the 1970s, with some contemporary exceptions. Blues, soul, funk, rock 'n' roll, African, reggae and Latin music and soundtracks are sold strictly on vinyl for between $6 and $60.
Especially knowledgeable about early 50s to late 60s growth of rockabilly, gospel, soul, r+b, jazz, rock'n'roll scene, and especially NY rock scene; good for cult items; knows the players, will talk for hours if in the right mood
This deluxe hotel is only a block away from Grand Central Terminal , and close to the United Nations Building
and other popular Midtown destinations. It has recently been renovated and features a modern, high rise design. There are ...
Located on a stretch of Bleecker Street filled with nightspots, this record store has long been a stopover for people
who are in the neighborhood to see live music, dance at clubs, drink in bars or eat at the ...
Are you looking for a taste of downtown attitude without having to worry about being turned away by a bouncer?
Then this Brazilian American bar and restaurant is the place for you. The restaurant section always seems secondary to ...