Year opened: 1932
Age: Depends on the show
Constructed as part of the Rockefeller Center complex, Radio City Music Hall opened in 1932. For the next four decades, it acted mostly as a movie house. In the late 70’s, despite having over 200,000 visitors to that point, the Hall went into debt and nearly went bankrupt. Fortunately, it survived, and remains to be one of the most legendary and beautiful live performance venues in NYC.
The Three Monkeys– The Three Monkeys is a bi-level sports bar with 30+ draft brews on tap and an outdoor deck. A great spot to post up and pregame with a group during happy hour or grab a bite from their late night venue on your way home. Open: Daily 11am-4am, kitchen closes at 3am. 236 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019. 9 min walk to Radio City.
The Elgin – Started by four native New Yorkers who have been friends for over 30 years, The Elgin is a vintage-style gastropub that has shareable apps, Detroit pan pizzas, 28 beers on tap, and an extensive whisky list. Perfect for a quick bite before a show or a nightcap post show. Open: Mon 11am-11pm, Tues-Fri 11am-12am, Sat 11am-11pm Sun 12pm-10pm. 64 W 48th St, New York, NY 10036. 3 min walk to Radio City.