Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Bar Crawling Battles, Blue Note Celebrations and Highly Accessible Rooftops

Nightlife News for April 19, 2011
Compiled by Gamal Hennessy

Prince of the City
Working with the Bar Crawl
Here is a suggestion for City Hall: If there is a number of venues in a certain area that facilitate bar crawls and happy hours but causes distress and concern with local residents then the city needs ways help nightlife work with rather than against the local residents...

How do you open a successful NYC bar when so many of them fail?
The owner of eight different New York venues offers some tips on how to make it as an operator in a city where almost half the venues fail.

Why are so many LES venues being shut down?
The new head of police for the LES is trying to balance the rights of the operators to run a business and the concerns of local residents, which is really like trying to combine Mardi Gras with a monastery…

Blue Note Celebrates 30 Years with a Month Long Jazz Fest
Most New York venues don’t last 5 years. The Blue Note is an exception, lasting almost three decades and becoming synonymous with jazz for fans worldwide. The classic club is celebrating this milestone with big name performances all over the city…

The Laid Back Rooftop Bars
As the sun decides to grace New York City, here are a few places where you can enjoy the view and avoid the drama…

Have fun.

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