1452 Second Ave., New York, NY, 10021
nr. 76th St.
By John32 on 5/20/2012
Showed up at 11pm, Place was pretty packed with 35 year olds and up. Thinned out really quickly until there was about only 30 people in there. I put up a song at 11pm and waited thinking that since it was so empty I might get to sing in the 2 hours I was there. I go up to ask how many songs I was away from singing because I wanted to have a smoke and didn't want to miss it. The woman running the Karaoke immediately had an attitude and told me that I was 32 songs away. I had put my song up 2 hours ago and 32 songs is like another 3 hour wait. I went to tell my friends that we should go and they were upset as well. I went up to get my money and told the beastly woman running the show that she should give other people a chance to sing since I saw the same guy sing 10 times while I was there and I hadn't sung once. She cut me off and said "I DON'T CARE! ITS MY BIRTHDAY AND IM DRUNK!" Then she smiled at me. I told her I know you don't care, asked for my money and left. I will never go back to that bar and neither will any of my friends since I told them what happened.
By CornerDeliEllie on 7/29/2010
Iggy's is the best bar on the upper eastside.
By marinaG on 2/22/2009
I really wanted to go here for my 24th birthday. The website looked so inviting and fun. I emailed the place wanting to book something. No oen responed. My bf and i went there to talk to someone. We were told that there is a back room that gets booked but Kareoki and everything else is open. The night of my party we came in just to find out that the tiny Kareoki room WAS the back room adn it was booked for someone. They left us hanging!!! What a let down. Go next door to The Stumble Inn. Great bar with a great Happy hour
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.