Tammany Hall

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Tammany Hall A Lower East Side live music venue with a darkly sleek motif, Tammany Hall hosts some of the city's coolest events, catering to crowds who like to straddle the line from modern to down-and-dirty. New York United States 40.720737 -73.98876
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Tammany Hall - Bar | Live Music Venue | Lounge in New York.
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Party Earth Review A Lower East Side live music venue with a darkly sleek motif, Tammany Hall hosts some of the city’s coolest events, catering to crowds who like to straddle the line from modern to down-and-dirty. Usually filled with tattooed... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    F: Lower East Side-Second Avenue

  • Phone:

    212-982-7767

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily 4pm–4am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Tammany Hall Review

The Scene

A Lower East Side live music venue with a darkly sleek motif, Tammany Hall hosts some of the city's coolest events, catering to crowds who like to straddle the line from modern to down-and-dirty.

A Lower East Side live music venue with a darkly sleek motif, Tammany Hall hosts some of the city’s coolest events, catering to crowds who like to straddle the line from modern to down-and-dirty.

Usually filled with tattooed indie rockers and chic downtown party girls, the narrow candlelit lounge provides plenty of leather booths and small tables where boisterous art professionals gather to yell over the music, as well as a small corner stage where acts from two-man beat-box routines to swinging alt-rockers to DJs show up to get the crowd of hipsters up and shaking their tail-feathers.

Those who want a bird’s-eye view of the action can make their way to the balcony, where successful creative types sprawl on black leather couches to chat or grab drinks from the second-level bar.

Depending on the night’s bands and which DJs are spinning downstairs, the venue can fill up fast with weekend party hounds and punkish professionals, though the scene rarely gets overly rowdy.

Going a little further than its basement-show counterparts, Tammany Hall is the perfect place to catch a hot live act and stay for the endless after-party.

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Tip from Jonah:

Sure, there’s plenty of rock and roll here, but the place also hosts a lot of cool, weird music from indie and electro to guitar pop. Once the live acts are over, though, it turns more club than music venue, so if you’re looking for all-night gritty music, you might want to keep wandering toward Delancey.

  • Crowd

    Affluent downtown hipsters, punkish clubbers, experimental artists, and tattooed model types, 20s to early 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live pop, indie, electro bands, and DJs several times a week upstairs, DJ parties downstairs.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Assortment of gourmet sliders from pulled pork and catfish, to chicken fried steak and chicken and waffles. Happy Hour daily 4–8pm.

  • Prices

    Sliders $50/dozen. Beer $4+, wine $6+, cocktails $7+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Club casual: cool jeans, little dresses, fitted blazers, fly kicks, light bling.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Wednesdays and Thursdays for live acts, Saturdays for the biggest parties.

  • Close By

    A few blocks away is Fat Baby (112 Rivington Street), an equally cool live music venue.

Tammany Hall User Reviews

Average rating:
Went here for a friend's live band
Gemstonn A. Dec 12, 2012
When you walk in there is this grand chandelier above your head and once you go past it, and through the curtains, there will be a stage to your left. A friend of mine performed there and they sounded great. It's also a good place to have drinks and bar food. I recommend the sliders and their fries were good as well. The drinks are decently priced. Overall my experience at this place was cool!
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Chris K. Nov 14, 2012
There were definitely things about Tammany Hall I didn't like, specifically the miniscule stage that was so close to the door. It felt like the wrong place and size to stick a stage at what is being sold as a rock venue. However, the downstairs space, the upstairs apace, and the bar in general all had significant charm, a decent selection, and not-too-terrible prices, leaving this place square in the middle. Let me put it this way: if you want to see a band with more than three members, this might not be the place at which to do it. But for a jazz duo or rap team and a couple of nice hard drinks in the neighborhood? Yeah, I'd come here.
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