A jeweled anklet on the leg of the Times Square theater district, the city’s best supper club has an evocative speakeasy atmosphere, tasty food and a theatrical bent. The sound, lights and sight lines are excellent, and the schedule is rivaled by no other cabaret room in the city. Major Broadway talents dominate the venue—Patti LuPone does regular sets—yet there's room enough for up-and-coming songwriters and performers.
|Venue name:||Feinstein's/54 Below||Contact:|
254 W 54th St
|Cross street:||between Broadway and Eighth Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, E to Seventh Ave|
|Price:||$25 food or drink minimum|
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Kate Baldwin: Extraordinary Machine
Kate Baldwin broke through in 2009 as the enchanting star of Broadway’s Finian’s Rainbow, and has since brightened shows including Giant and Big Fish. Her latest solo set weaves personal stories with songs drawn from musical theater as well as from the...Cabaret and standards Until Saturday October 29 2016Read more
Having taken Toronto by storm—and Canadians know from storms!—comedic songbird Sharron Matthews comes south of the border for a rare NYC show.Cabaret and standards Friday October 28 2016Read more
Jay Armstrong Johnson
The exceedingly charming Armstrong has won audiences' hearts in shows including On the Town, Hands on a Hardbody and The Most Happy Fella. In his return to Feinstein's/54 Below he celebrates Halloween as well as the release of his solo album of theater...Cabaret and standards Sunday October 30 2016Read more
Jarrod Spector: Jukebox Life
After playing high-flying tenor Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys for six years and songwriter Barry Mann in Beautiful for three, jukebox-musical hero Spector heads back to the nightclub stage with an autobiographical set of pop and Broadway favorites.Cabaret and standards Tuesday November 1 2016 - Sunday November 13 2016Read more
Gold's long list of accolades includes two Emmy Awards and a pair of American Comedy Award nominations, and she's done specials for HBO, Comedy Central and Logo. Her brash stand-up is a tour de force, and now she's ready to bring the Gold rush to Feinstein's/54...Stand-up Thursday November 3 2016 - Saturday November 5 2016Read more
James Monroe Iglehart: How the Heck Did I Get Here?
A Tony winner for his dynamic turn as the Genie in Broadway's Aladdin, Inglehart has the kind of charisma that can't be bottled. Now he reprises his 2014 solo show, which traces his rise to Broadway success.Cabaret and standards Monday November 7 2016 - Monday November 14 2016Read more
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I would recommend this place if you know what to expect -- order a series of small plates over a bigger entree (truffle mac and cheese to start). I've also had the shepherd's pie if you're not into getting a bunch of little things.
Great live music -- perfect for a first date. Kind of an intimate setting without being too cramped in.