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78 Below: The semi-legendary (and-then-seized) Upper West Side music staple P & G reopens with a new name but generally the same old...stuff. The concert area and bar space are the same, if not a little spiffed up, there’s the same dive-y scene, a hip-for-the-UWS thirtysomething crowd, and cheap drinks. They've updated the joint with a new pool table, digital jukebox, laidback lounge with comfo sofas, modernist chairs and plenty of pop art. There’s live music literally every night and Sundays bring a “brunch-time jazz jam” (with complimentary bagels). Otherwise, no food is served just yet, so come full, though not too full to dance to the music or bloat yourself on cheap cans of PBR ($4). OK, so it ain’t exactly CBGB’s, but it’s not half bad for the uptown stroller set.