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B.B. King Blues Club And Grill @ 237 West 42nd St

237 West 42nd St
10036 New York , NY
United States
(212) 997-4144
Toilet Paper: 
Somewhat well-stocked.
Midtown West
Venue Category: 
American (Traditional)

The Scrawl on the Wall

Two Manhattans & the driest Mahi Mahi tacos of all time

I was here recently to see a Stephanie Mills concert. Arriving to the shows early means you get a group ticket that allows you and your party to wait downstairs in the comfort of Lucille's Cafe until the club opens. If you see how long the queue outside gets, you won't regret showing up an hour or two early. The food at the restaurant is expensive and terrible; the drinks at the bar are expensive but amazing. The bathroom in Lucille's is located on the balcony above, accessible by a flight of stairs near the entrance. It's several stalls large, spacious, and quite clean.

Inside the club, the bathrooms will be to the right of the entrance. Once the place gets packed, or rather, once a performance starts, there's an attendant present for your hand drying needs. You'll also find the normal freshening up tools: cheap body spray, some lotions, assorted candies, etc.

Despite how crowded this place gets--standing room only once the tables are filled and there will be a lot of people standing-- no one ever seems to attack the bathroom all at once. For all the bobbing and weaving it sometimes took to get to the bathroom, there was never a line and the bathroom managed to stay clean throughout the night.
slackerology Female, 31 years old.
New York, New York
On March 8, 2014, 12:38 pm
What I Did in Here: Peed about three times and nabbed a peppermint.