The area is under construction. It was very hard to get around. Felt very unsafe with all the construction happening.
About Printer's Alley
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We went at night to see what was happening. Several bars open, a few restaurants. One bar featuring Karaoke tried to induce us to come in, pointing out there were only 2 others in the place and we could sing the very next song. Um,...More
Just a heads up, the entire alley is a construction zone and most places shut. If you were looking to see the old alley in all its charm, you will have to wait until construction is completed. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like it will be...More
A little different here but the stuff they have to offer is nice and within walking distance of other attractions. Stores nearby.
If you want to get away from the "tourist trap" area on Broadway, slip back to Printers Alley. Lots of good little hangouts with music and karaoke. There is some renovation going on now but will be back to great when they are done!!
There is some construction and a lot of closed up places. You do have a few unique off the beaten path bars along the way, but for the most part there is little down this way regardless of past lore.
A very interesting place, bit of the beaten path but worth visiting. The blues bar is small but really cool, some really talented musicians, well worth a visit!
This is fun walk through with friends. We stayed at the Indigo and this alley is literally right next door. Let's be clear- this is an alley and there is dirt, trash and liquids you don't want to inspect. But its a fun alley with...More
Our hotel was situated just at Printer's Alley and I'd hoped to spend time there. Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar was someplace we planned to visit, but missed it (it's open and sounds great). However, given there was little else to do right now...More
Printers alley is just a block away from Broadway and where all the bustle and tourist are. Its great to go at night and see some blues and other ecletic stuff.