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Just saw Vapors of Morphine at Mercury Lounge last night. Excellent show and lovely room - seemed like around 250 capacity, ish, and it was intimate yet rocking. Sound was excellent. Bar very good, in separate room plus a satellite bar in the music room....More
I was definitely expecting from NYC a lot of good places with live music. This one was better than my expectations! The best 12$ spent in New York. I’m absolutely in love in two bands I’ve seen there and never heard of before (Melt The...More
We came because "Ghostly Times" was playing and our son is the bass player! It was a great show! There is a big bar in the front of the house and the stage is in the back. There is some seating around the sides of...More
I was looking to go to a decent NYC Indie music venue on my holidays, and chose the Mercury Lounge. The Magic Numbers were playing, which coincidentally had a personal tie to our trip so it was pretty sweet.
The venue is a nice size,...More
Went as quickly as the subway and my feet would take me from our UWS hotel to the Mercury Lounge on Houston Street to see Potty Mouth. The room is a couple of blocks from the subway. The front is a narrow bar (but you...More
I had always heard about the Mercury Lounge and the bands. Took my son and wasn't disappointed. Great Indie Bands - Waiting on Henry and Wormburner. Every night there are different bands so check on who's playing. Located next to Katz Deli on Houston and...More
Loved our late night stop to listen to some random bands (both of which were quite good including Gold, a group of all-girls, and A Deer A Horse, excellent especially the talented drummer. Took me back to my youth in NY going to see live...More
We came to see Corrine Bailey Rae and loved this venue. Small and intimate with the sound level the best I have heard at a club. It's SRO, but we got in line early and snagged a seat on the bench on the side. During...More
I went to the Mercury Lounge for the first time to see a band. I got there before the doors were open so I hit a few watering holes across the street. I highy recommend this trick so you can prime the pump for what...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.