The Town Hall

The Town Hall

123 W 43rd Street, New York, NY / Town Hall is a 1,500-seat historic landmark venue in the heart of New York City, created by suffragists in 1921 and host to countless cultural milestones.
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For proper revelry, bring a crowd! Start with dinner (and a pint or two) at Heartland Brewery on 43rd before visiting Town Hall next door! Make sure you wear dancing shoes, because after the show you'll probably want to check out Iguana (Vince Giordano's usual haunt) or Swing 46 to get your groove on! Just remember to call ahead for the line-up.

Few things are more glamorous than old-time swing, but if you want to add more glitz to the evening take our advice: start with dinner at The Lambs Club (just one block north) before heading to the show; afterwards, rush over to Grand Central for a drink at Cipriani Dolci overlooking the Light Show. Careful though! Both Cipriani and the Lights shut down at 11. :)

Few things are more fun than surprising a loved one with a perfect holiday evening! Start yours by visiting The Brooklyn Diner (not in Brooklyn!), then come see the evening's hottest jazz show, finally, top off the night with a nightcap at the beautiful Campbell Apartment (most recently famous for a steamy scene in Gossip Girl)

If you're visiting or playing tourist in your own city, the holidays are a beautiful time to check off that NYC bucket list, and visiting one of 3 National Landmark venues in the city is a great way to start!

Start your family holiday off right with the perfect NYC outing for all ages!

Your Perfect Date! Start cold and end hot with ice skating, French cuisine, and Hot Jazz at Town Hall!

Billy Taylor Trio At Town Hall