(Le) Poisson Rouge

(Le) Poisson Rouge

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158 Bleecker St., New York, NY 10012, United States

Created by musicians, (Le) Poisson Rouge (LPR) on Bleecker Street is a indie venue for music, dance, and theater located just a few blocks south of Washington Square Park. From the gleaming metallic Art Deco-style entrance patrons enter a room with more metal, stages, and tables circled by fabric-covered chairs with LPR’s stylized fish logo. Colored ceiling lights give everything a surreal look. Taking the stage here are performers like Steve Arrginton of Slave, Miguel Migs, Old-Fashioned Piano Party, and I Love Vinyl. Two menus are offered: Solids, such as chicken satay and grilled brie sandwich, and Liquids, such as Mr. Black and Zombie Hunter.

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