Living Room Lounge Brooklyn

Living Room Lounge Brooklyn

Gilson, who is married to Rosenthal, first opened the Living Room in a former fried chicken joint a few blocks from the current location. In 2003 the club moved from Stanton Street to its second location on Ludlow Street, which had a main music room, front bar area, and upstairs lounge. The venue closed on 21. December 2015.
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Living Room Lounge Brooklyn

This music venue has been called “an incubator of talent,” and has been described as “a much mellower and tidier successor to CBGB.” Some considered The Living Room as The Bottom Line of the “small bankroll” live rock venues. Other comparable venues include The Saint in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and The Cellar Door in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.. The Living Room’s line up featured four or five singer-songwriters a night, yet the club did not typically charge a cover. It did have a one drink minimum and a recommended $5 donation for the bands.

Living Room Lounge Brooklyn

Living Room Lounge Brooklyn
Living Room Lounge Brooklyn
Living Room Lounge Brooklyn
Living Room Lounge Brooklyn
Living Room Lounge Brooklyn