Lakeside Lounge (Reported Closed)

162 Avenue B New YorkNY10009
Open
Sunday
4:00pm-4:00am
Monday
4:00pm-4:00am
Tuesday
4:00pm-4:00am
Wednesday
4:00pm-4:00am
Thursday
4:00pm-4:00am
Friday
4:00pm-4:00am
Saturday
4:00pm-4:00am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(27)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

Blackbird on B has undergone a necessary namechange. We are now known as Dream Baby.
by facebook on July 30, 2015 from facebook

Tips

Know Before You Go:
Sunday through Thursday shows start at 9p, while Friday and Saturday shows begin at 11pm.
by Citysearch on November 03, 2009 from Citysearch
Fun Fact:
Forget whistling while you work and try boozing while you work; the bar offers free Wi-Fi to laptop-toting customers.
by Citysearch on November 03, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

In Short Family recipes fill the menu at this East Village destination for Italian fare. The owner's parents crowd the kitchen, churning out thin-crusted pizzas, panini, burgers and salads. Whitewashed brick walls and farmhouse…
by hopstop on January 06, 2014 from hopstop
Takes Lakeside’s broken wings, learns to fly. Former Blackbird takes inspiration from songs by Roy Orbison and Suicide. Legendary space keeps continuity with a carryover bartender, along with some help from Niagara/Bowery Electric hands. The live shows are gone, but DJs step up to ensure plenty of atmosphere. Rock ‘n’ roll vibe, pretense kept to a minimum. Flashbacks to an East Village past...
by blackbookmag on December 18, 2012 from blackbookmag
Takes Lakeside’s broken wings, learns to fly. Legendary space keeps continuity with a carryover bartender, along with some help from Niagara/Bowery Electric hands. The live shows are gone, but DJs step up to ensure plenty of atmosphere. Rock ‘n’ roll vibe, pretense kept to a minimum. Flashbacks to an East Village past definitely welcome.
by blackbookmag on August 09, 2012 from blackbookmag
Well-worn, unpolished, gruff bar. Younger blue-eyed-soul crowd mingles with broody art school drop-outs. Super awesome blues-driven jukebox. Makes for long nights of drinking Wild Turkey straight up and listening to the newest 2-piece garage band obliterating your ear drums. Old-school photo-booth ensures endless creative possibilities for fun-making and semi-public nudity. Surely you win some...
by blackbookmagus on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmagus

Information from the business

Art deco cocktail lounge with authentic rock & roll spirit. Think Rolling Stones in 1960's Paris, Dorothy Parker if the Algonquin Round Table had a band, and NYC of yesteryear but with an optimism for the here and now.
by facebook on July 30, 2015 from facebook