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The Diving Bell is On The Market

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July 14, 2010 Staff Report

The Diving Bell, which has been in business for about two years, is up for sale.

The bar, located next to the 46th Street subway stop on Queens Blvd (North), is listed for $89,000.

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chris

I hope this place doesn’t go. As for Andy above, you just agreed that no one wanted to listen to your “originals.” There have been some top class bands that did play originals though but only if they are well known and actually write good music.

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andy

agreed. I played good originals there and people didn’t care, they wanted bon jovi covers or something, claiming “this is queens”

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Wooden Frog

They should have had original music and maybe some Irish music there instead of lousy cover bands. There are plenty of musicians and people who appreciate real music in the area. It could have been a great place.

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