S.O.B.'s Coupons and Deals
We may be too old to trick-or-treat, but being an adult on Halloween has its own advantages. Take today's deal, for example: Pay $20 for a ticket to the '80s and '90s Halloween Dance Party on Wednesday, October 31 (a $40 value). Starting at 10:30 p.m. at SOB's, a 4,000 square-foot night club in the West Village, transforms into a real monster mash. Hit up the cash bar and snack on seasonal cupcakes from Magnolia before stepping out on the dance floor to get down to live DJ sets. And don't worry; there will be plenty of candy on hand to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Choice of soup or salad per guest Two entrees Choice of flan or chocolate cake per guest One glass of sangria per guest Live music & dancing
Introducing a date to foreign cuisine can make you seem exotic, much like only communicating with them in the language you just invented. Be worldly with this GrouponLive deal. Choose Between Two Options $59 for a dinner-show package for two (up to a $132 value) $119 for a dinner-show package for four (up to a $264 value) Dinner-show packages include one of each of the following per customer: Soup or salad (up to a $14 value each) Entree (up to a $29 value each) Sangria (up to an $8 value per glass) Ticket to the dinner-hour show on Friday evening ...
Welcome to SOB's! We specialize in dynamic events through food, rhythm, and flavor. With nightly entertainment and a colorful menu of authentic Latin cuisine and cocktails, the SOBs experience is truly one-of-a-kind. Please visit our entertainment calendar at http://sobs.com/content/page/calendar to check out what we have going on tonight!S.O.B.'s, also known as Sounds of Brazil, is a live music venue in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo. It was opened by owner and director Larry Gold in June 1982. Gold opened the venue with the purpose of exposing the musical wealth and heritage of the Afro-Latino Diaspora to as many people as possible. True to its mission, it has become renowned as the premiere venue not only for World Music, but all genres, in New York City and the world over.In its early days, SOBs existed on a barren stretch at the corner of Varick and Houston Streets, but the area soon became the trendy neighborhood of SoHo and the venue's reputation began to grow with performances from Latin legends like Tito Puente, Marc Anthony, Celia Cruz & Eddie Palmieri. The tradition of Brazilian artists has been nothing short of incredible. Legends like Seu Jorge, Ben Jorge & Astrud Gilberto have all graced the stage of the venue which gained its namesake from their native country. In terms of the new Latin sound, the list only gets more impressive with names like Isaac Delgado, Orquesta Aragon, Los Papines, Manolito Simonet, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro & Los Van Van.Over the course of its 28 years in business, SOBs has also developed a reputation in the music industry as a breeding ground for emerging artists and trends. For newer performers, a show at SOBs can be the springboard for their careers, garnering them press from mainstream local, national and even international publications as well as attracting attention from music industry professionals. This has been the true with uncounted artis
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