They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but it seems as though the East Village has successfully placed a rock and roll bar of the '80s into our modern day world of trendy and expensively appointed nightclubs with ease.
Opening in Alphabet City next week is White Noise, a new Rock 'n Roll bar promising “hazy Jack Daniel’s nights, impromptu live shows and a crowd that feels good being bad” (UrbanDaddy). Located mysteriously on the upper level of the building, White Noise is the type of place where you can effortlessly escape the constraints of space and time. The space is completely devoid of any natural light, with boarded windows covered in black curtains, black vinyl couches, and even chandeliers dipped in black tar. (Maybe they should have named it Black Noise).
Whether you are just starting your night, or coming up out of your hangover, White Noise will warmly take you into its arms and feed you whatever heavy liquor you need, all amidst the background of the best Rock 'n Roll hits.