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78 Below

Map & Directions 380 Columbus Ave.
New York, NY 10024


Merchant's Description

Welcome to 78 Below, New York City's newest live music venue. Bar or tavern, restaurant, whatever you want to call us is fine. At the end of the day, it's 78 Below; the place to meet great people, listen to great live music, or hold your corporate or personal event. Note, that our kitchen is now open, we have party space, and can host events while we are open, or a private party if you like. Please take a look at us. We live on Manhattan's Upper West side, and you can get to us easily by many subway lines.

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  • m. le g. on 03/31/13

    The free kamikaze ain't free. It's bullshit. The bartender told me its only for one person per night. Again, bullshit.

  • SteveO on 02/23/13

    Shady special honoring. ..or lack there of

  • Taffy M. on 12/21/12

    They charge $7.50 for a glass of plain club soda...no refill..it cost more than the beers I bought my husband. Absolutely ridiculous.

  • Sam Z. on 03/23/13

    The special is a joke. They only honor the first person per night. Don't bother. This place sucks.

  • Glen M. on 06/24/12

    78 Below, both fan-friendly (no cover) & musician-friendly (a quality back-line + bands get 2-3 hrs to stretch out), is a much needed UWS live-music spot. Dig it & tip your bartender & waitress well!

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