The Low Down
When to Go: The space is a mere 850 square feet and the capacity is only 40 people. Expect a tight squeeze on weekends--best to arrive early to avoid ending up without a seat.
Look Good: Donation buckets are subtly situated around the tiny space. There's no pressure to contribute, but performers may discretely encourage it.
Know Before You Go: The club doesn't sell alcohol, but coffee, tea, soda, water and juice are available in the back room on the honor system.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Tiny NoHo performance workshop with quirky following of local music lovers, their pets and a global internet-broadcast audience.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Created as a haven for performers otherwise vulnerable to an exploitative club scene, this nonprofit dive is run by a network of volunteers and maintained by donations. It's also fur friendly--well-behaved pets areâ¦
the best and weirdest place out there
By lisaling1980 at Citysearch
If you love improv, folk art and good yet non-commercial artists, warm and cuddly old timey atmosphere, this is the place to be. Drinks are really ... Read More
By bendergirl at Citysearch
Awesome venue! I am looking forward to seeing Donna Loren play there on May 5! 5-5-2011 Kulakâs Woodshed Donna Loren Featuring Jamieson Tr... Read More
By MmmGood at Citysearch
Not bad for being supported completely by donations. Drunks are after all, one of the most loyal groups out there, especially when it comes to ther... Read More
Eclectic Musical Showcase
By mphillips_citysearch at Citysearch
Try to catch Fred Sokolow one night. I saw him do Gershwin tunes on the electric guitar. I've seen him there playing guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro... Read More