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Marie's Crisis Cafe
Piano Bar
Today 4PM–3AM
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59 Grove St New York, NY 10014
59 Grove StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
Piano BarToday 4PM–3AM
Thursday 4PM–3AMFriday 4PM–4AMSaturday 4PM–4AMSunday 4PM–12AMMonday 4PM–3AMTuesday 4PM–3AMWednesday 4PM–3AM
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This historic piano bar draws a crowd of gay locals & musical-theater performers in dimly lit digs.- Google
"Super fun place if you are in to show tunes."
"Fantastic sing along piano bar."
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Matthew Poe
2 months ago
A terrifically unique New York night out; if you love showtunes, there's simply no place like it. These people are serious about their Broadway. One recent visit, we walked in as the patrons were finishing the first act of Les Mis; the harmony was flawless and every part of One Day More was represented. How do they even do that? There's some seriously obscure show music you can hear here, and some seriously obsessed fans. Prepare to be shushed if you're foolish enough to talk during a song, and bring cash for the bar.
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James Murch Eschert
5 months ago
A lot of fun ! Intimate atmosphere where everyone feels part of the show. Everyone joins in - no cover, drinks $6, lot of interaction with the lead. Great !
Robin Brivio
2 months ago
Second time here wonderful place with a bit of an edge
wayne gage
a year ago
I was a regular every Friday/Saturday night to the point of when I got there late, I was greeted with the song MAME (Wayne instead). When we sang the quintet from West Side Story, I was Tony, Albert (the waiter) was Maria, the sharks were on the left, the Jets were on the right and Anita was a drag who was known for July Garland. people would stop and come in to take in the energy. Fabulous! !!!!
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Dan Swartz
a month ago
Hilarious show tunes bar in the West Village. Expect to hear every possible song that you don't know the words too, but also expect to have an amazing time watching/listening to a room of drunk people sing songs from Cabaret word for word while adding humorous bits.
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Crystal Cun
a year ago
...I thought I was pretty good at musicals but I've never been surrounded by so many beautiful, Broadway singing men in my life! If you're prone to breaking into song and jazz hands, Marie's Crisis Cafe is the place for you, a place where you will not only be surrounded by pitch perfect soloists but also plentiful cheap drinks and long gazes while holding hands. As a straight woman, I'm pretty sure I've found the best bar in NYC.
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Gabrielle Ughetto
4 months ago
Funny tiny place where you go watch and listen to men singing musical songs. #LGBT friendly
Susie Hughey
3 months ago
Everything about it is fun and the music is amazing.