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Time Out says
Thu Mar 29 2012
The trip to Maxwell’s can be a hassle, but the 15-minute walk from the PATH train can make you feel like you’re in small-town America. The restaurant in front is big and friendly; for dessert you can feast on indie-rock fare from popular indie acts (the Fiery Furnaces, Big Pink) and garage favorites (King Khan & BBQ Show). Hometown heroes Yo La Tengo stage their more-or-less annual Hanukkah shows here.
- Cross Street:
at 11th St
Music. Rock, Pop & Hip-hop. Indie rock. Pop. Punk & hardcore. Rock & roll. Art. Food & Drink. Things to Do
Restaurant & bar facilities. Full bar
- Good for:
Dating. Date night. Socializing. Going in a group. Late night. Lively scene. Local talent. Off the beaten path. Trendy. Up-and-coming talent. Underground
What's on at Maxwell's
Indie rock, Punk & hardcore
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