The unassuming, boxy Mercury Lounge is both an old standby and pretty much the number-one indie-rock club in town, with solid sound and sight lines (and a cramped bar in the front room). There are four-band bills most nights, though they can seem stylistically haphazard, and set times are often later than advertised. It's a good idea to get tickets for bigger shows in advance.
|Venue name:||Mercury Lounge||Contact:|
217 E Houston St
|Cross street:||between Essex and Ludlow Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave|
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