116 MacDougal

[Please note: 116 MacDougal is closed.]
116 MacDougal116 is a new “old bar” – a rock ‘n’ roll cocktail lounge with a classic drink menu, diverse downtown crowd. This subterranean spot is the historic location that originally housed the legendary Gaslight Café.
Known as The Birthplace of New York Bohemia, the space once featured the readings of beat poets Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, the stand-up routines of Wavy Gravy and Bill Cosby and early performances of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.
The stone-walled lounge is now lined with low banquets, private alcoves, photo booth, and a classic cocktail menu. As an intimate performance venue, their calendar features a rotation of emerging NYC musicians, poets, comics, DJs, and more. 116 is reemerging as a new home for New York’s up and coming creative community.

116 MacDougal exteriorHappy Hour:

Two for one drinks, 4pm – 9pm, every day

Nightly Events: No cover any night.

Monday: Freestyle Mondays. hosted by Illspokinn, Mariella and DJ Milkmoney
Live hip hop by the Freestyle Mondays Band

Tuesday: alternate Tuesdays:
Sherrif Bob’s Gaslight Revival – 8pm (2nd & 4th Tuesdays)

Wednesday: Michael Geffner presents: The Inspired Word. – spoken word & poetry. Open mic sign-up 6:30.  free admission. 7 – 10 pm

Thursday: alternating Thursdays:
– Intangible Poetry Slam: 7 – 9:30pm
– Free Healthcare: A Comedy show with a Misleading Title. 7 – 9:45pm

Friday & Saturday nights: DJ Scott Ward spins mash-ups: 10pm – 4am

Sunday: Closed.
Except second Sunday of the month: Where the Action Is. A ’60s pop and garage party.

Ammenities include:116 MacDougal as The Gaslight

  • Classic cocktail menu by mixologist Alex Clark
  • Live DJ or bands every night after 10pm
  • A stage ideal for acoustic rock, stand-up comedy, readings, poetry, etc.
  • Complete DJ sound system
  • Rock-n-roll only jukebox, a vinyl album library on display
  • a black & white photo booth

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