1,640 B.B. King Blues Club Tips
The weather was ABOUT 30 DEGREES. I wore A BLACK TURLENECK & A NICE PAIR OF BLACK JEANS.
Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra
The weather was Very Cold and Windy. I wore A sweater and warm leggings Casual attire to be comfortable.
FOOD IS O.K..THERE IS A 10.00 MINIMUM PER PERSON AT TABLES.
It's a $10 food/drink minimum, so it's worth it to just get there early, grab a good table, and have lunch/dinner. The food is good!
No problem parking on the street after 6 pm west of 9th Ave in the 40's.
Be there 30 mins before showtime. First come first get the tables .
The food is a bit on the pricey side, depending on what you get. A steak is $40. Appetizers are about $20. Food isnt alot. I had to purchase 2 appetizers because the calamari wasnt filling. Next time ill dine before.
The weather was cold. I wore Flat boots , nice shirt with a nice pants and a blazer .
Drinks a little pricey even for the City - $48 for 3 glasses of wine.
Try to get there close to opening at 11:00 to avoid the long lines for food; although food never even came close to running out.
have your dinner there,you wont be disappointed
I wore Business casual clothes and some guests had on evening wear..
No outside food allowed. They do serve dinner (20/30 dollars a plate). The mac and cheese is good as is the fried chicken but the service is lackluster.
Its time square so it is impossible to park in the area. Take the 2 or 3 train. I believe the A train is there as well. Any westside train will get you there faster.
BB King's is on 42nd Street which is always jam-packed with tourists, sidewalk artists, buskers, etc.
While we prefer to enjoy the music, many people were ordering food and servings seemed plentiful. There is a 2-drink per person minimum