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Canal Room

VENUE DETAILS


285 W Broadway
New York, NY 10013   
212-941-8100
www.canalroom.com
Venue Type
Dance Club, Live music, Lounge
Music
80's, Club, Top 40, Lounge and Hip Hop
Scene
The Canal Room is the most exclusive venue for live music showcases in NYC. Featuring the most cutting edge, top of the line, sound and lighting systems The Canal Room is the ideal spot for music lovers. The Canal Room is a perfect place for music fans and celebrities to enjoy an acoustic delight. A vivacious night filled with live music as you rock out to the sounds of your favorite bands complimented with the option of grabbing the mic yourself for a fun night of karaoke!
Eats & Drinks
Enjoy Weekly Recession parties at Canal Room every Thursday for only a $3 dollar admission! The Canal Room also offers a variety of catering choices to fit your parties’ needs, whether you are looking for passed hors d’oeuvres at a cocktail reception, a buffet style dinner for your corporate party or an intimate sit down dinner; The Canal Room can accommodate your needs.
Ambience
The décor is a fusion of Euro-style architectural millwork and seating mixed with Asian accents to create a dynamic atmosphere. An elevated glass enclosed VIP area overlooks the room with an unobstructed view of the stage. Design features include bamboo floors, ivory Barcelona chairs, black leather seating, touches of red, exotic greenery, and a state of the art DJ booth in the center of it all.
Celebrities
The Canal Room is a chill place to listen to live music and spot a celeb or two! Celeb sightings include: Mariah Carey Missy Elliot Jessica Alba Wilmer Valderama Mos Def JC Chasez Tweet

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Rubix Kube Will Take You Back To The 80s

Yello, Rubix Kube! I know that you probably already know about them and have seen them over 5 times at The Canal Room on Saturday Nights, but the 80’s cover band is Crackalackin’ bigger than Star Wars. If you haven’t checked them out and have any love for Debbie Gibson or Eddie Money then clear your Saturdays. The covers are so perfect there is no reason to bootleg this on your walkman, and you’ll only find a more entertaining show if you get your Delorean up to 88 mph (not the recommended driving speed on West Broadway).