Late-night music venues

Groove to bands well after curfew at these venues.

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Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (at Frederick P. Rose Hall)
Dizzy's informal after-hours sets often feature young and veteran musicians trying new material. Time Warner Center, Broadway at 60th St (212-258-9800, jalc.org/dccc/c_afterhours09.asp). Tue-Thu 11:30pm; Fri, Sat 12:45am. $10--$20.

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (at Frederick P. Rose Hall)
Dizzy's informal after-hours sets often feature young and veteran musicians trying new material. Time Warner Center, Broadway at 60th St (212-258-9800, jalc.org/dccc/c_afterhours09.asp). Tue-Thu 11:30pm; Fri, Sat 12:45am. $10--$20, students $5.

Joe's Pub at the Public Theater
Just because you work late doesn't mean you should have to squeeze into the venue as the opening band is finishing. One of many reasons we love Joe's Pub is for the fact that it empties the room and starts from scratch with acts as late as midnight. 425 Lafayette St between Astor Pl and E 4th St (212-539-8778,joespub.com)

(Le) Poisson Rouge
This subterranean art space welcomes a diverse rotation of musicians, many of which grace you with their music post-9pm. 158 Bleecker St at Thompson St (212-505-3474, lepoissonrouge.com)

The Stone
On weekdays and weekends alike, John Zorn's avant-garde hang has a dependable 10pm slot. Just prepare your butt for plastic chairs. Ave C at 2nd St (thestonenyc.com)—Kate Lowenstein and Michael Ventura

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