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The Local 269

Map & Directions 269 E. Houston St.
New York, NY 10002
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212-228-9874
  • Daily 12pm-4am

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Village Voice's Description

The Lower East Side music circuit welcomes all types of musicians, from massively successful anthemics to bright-eyed upstarts, and many of 'em get their start at the Local 269. The small space boasts a friendly stage and a well-kept bar, and its flourishes of antique chandeliers and a disassembled, bone-white drum set lend a gothic vibe to the constant revelry. The bar's $10-for-five-shots deal leaves none wanting, as well.

 
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  • Kristi E. on 05/14/09

    Go here and listen to live music every night. Usually supergroups of badass reggae, jazz and funk!

  • Samantha M. on 03/18/12

    Have Chockie make you a smoky bloody mary, amazing!

  • Lieder on 11/04/11

    Check us out here this Sunday, 11/6/11 @ 3pm as we return to the International Pop Overthrow Festival - NYC 2011!

  • Melody H. on 08/24/11

    Wednesday nights: rock star karaoke! Sing with a live band to back you up.

  • Nicole D. on 08/20/11

    Love the clean bathroom! Not many bars in this area have bathrooms that don't smell like hobo.

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  • White Mystery

    This hirsute Chicago-based sister/brother duo (Miss Alex White on guitar and Francis Scott Key White behind the drums) slings twig-studded... More on The Local 269 »

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