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Café Carlyle (in the Carlyle Hotel)

Upper East Side
Dinner, drinks and a show in this glittering room can feel like an evening that only an oil sheik could afford, but commit to it: With its airy murals by Marcel Vertes, this elegant spot in the Carlyle Hotel is the epitome of New York class, attracting such top-level singers as Elaine Stritch, Judy Collins, Christine Ebersole and Ute Lemper. Woody Allen often plays clarinet with Eddie Davis and his New Orleans Jazz Band on Monday nights; call ahead to confirm. To drink in some atmosphere without spending quite as much, try Bemelmans Bar across the hall.
Venue name: Café Carlyle (in the Carlyle Hotel)
Address: 35 E 76th St
New York

Cross street: at Madison Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 8:45pm; Thu–Sat 8:45, 10:45pm
Transport: Subway: 6 to 77th St
Price: Cover: $50–$75. Average drink: $16. AmEx, DC, MC, V

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  • Cabaret & Standards Sat January 31st 2015 - Sat February 7th 2015 Free
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    35 E 76th St New York New York

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Carlos Peligro

The Cafe Carlyle is the Quintessential NY room to see high profile artists in an intimate setting. Everybody should have the good fortune to see a show there once (though it can cost a small fortune to do so!)