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Bar 39 Debuts at Dodger Stages

Dodger Stages, New York's newest theatre complex, announces the opening of Bar 39, a hot new place to enjoy a full bar and light fare in a cool setting. A theatre ticket is not required to enter Bar 39. Conveniently located in midtown Manhattan, Dodger Stages features five performance spaces all under one roof at 340 West 50th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues).

Bar 39 is open to the public from 7:00pm - 12:00am Tuesday through Friday, Saturday from 12:00pm -12:00am, and Sunday from 1:00pm-10:00pm.

Specialty drinks include Cosmos, Martinis and - perfect for the chilly winter months - Steamed Spiked Cider.

Bar 39 was so named because that is how it was listed on the architect's blue prints. Everyone kept referring to it as Bar 39 and the name stuck.

The design team for Dodger Stages is comprised of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners LLP, Richard L. Blinder, Erik Chu (Architect); Klara Zieglerova (Principal Designer of Public Spaces); Sachs Morgan Studio, Theatre Design Specialists, Ann Sachs and Roger Morgan (Theatre Design); and 2x4, Inc. (Environmental Graphic Design).

Beginning November 16, Bar 39 will also serve gourmet sandwiches and a selection of snacks, and two additional bars located within the complex will also open to theatre patrons.

Dodger Stages is currently presenting Basil Twist's underwater extravaganza Symphonie Fantastique, the new musical The Immigrant and beginning November 12, the new comedy Modern Orthodox, with additional shows to be announced soon.


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