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Setting the pace for campy, good-natured fun (though not classic glamour), the city’s oldest cabaret is still going strong at 55. A generous mix of regulars and tourists laugh and sing along with drag performers, comedians and rising stars in the cabaret room on the second floor. (Special showcases are still in the intimate game room, which is also upstairs and has a separate bar.) In the ground-floor piano bar, the merry singing waitstaff is entertaining enough to avoid charges of gimmickry, and the pianists are often excellent.
61 Christopher St
|Cross street:||at Seventh Ave South|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq|
|Price:||Cover: $5–$25 plus two-drink minimum|
|Opening hours:||Showtimes vary. Piano bar 9pm–4am|
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