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Park
“Washington Square Park is a 9.75-acre public park in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City. One of the best known of New York City's public parks, it is an icon as well as a meeting place and center for cultural activity.”
  • 448 locals recommend
  • 5 Experiences
Deli / Bodega
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“The BEST pastrami in the world!! Drawback: it's pricey. Katz’s has stood on Houston Street since 1888, and the pastrami alone is a New York icon. The expansive, cafeteria-style dining room is almost always bustling, and diners have to know how to navigate the system. Get in line, remember to tip the slicer (they might give you an extra piece to snack on), and no matter what, don’t lose that ticket.”
  • 406 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Shopping, or just people watching :) avoid Broadway..go on Greene or West Broadway!”
  • 322 locals recommend
  • 15 Experiences
History Museum
“The Tenement Museum is a great place to learn about the history of our city's roots. You'll be transported back in time to see how early immigrants lived in the tenements on the lower East side. The tours typically last one hour and usually require stair climbing. Not good for children under 6. Check their website for tours and times. Reservations are a must!”
  • 271 locals recommend
Art Museum
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“Free, 1st Saturday of every month, 10 AM - 12 PM. Free, under age of 18. Pay as you wish, Thursdays 7 PM - 9 PM.”
  • 204 locals recommend
Bakery
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“They do much more than sweets, but it's the sweets that you'll get in line for. There's wild Maine blueberry pancakes and caramelized banana French toast for breakfast, plus loads of pie, cake, and milkshakes. But, if you insist on eating real protein (as fans of the bakery did years ago, pushing the owners to expand to other meals), then you won't be disappointed. Go for the fried chicken!”
  • 245 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
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“Vibrant Chinatown is a densely populated neighborhood that draws foodies and tourists to its many Chinese and Southeast Asian restaurants for dumplings, pork buns and hand-pulled noodles. The busy sidewalks are packed with souvenir stores, bubble tea shops, and markets selling everything from fresh and dried fish to herbs and spices. Locals hang out in leafy Columbus Park for Tai Chi, chess and mahjong.”
  • 161 locals recommend
  • 11 Experiences
Ramen Restaurant
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“David Chang's Asian-accented American fare comes with an open kitchen, spare decor & dinner crowds.”
  • 148 locals recommend
Moroccan Restaurant
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“There's a reason why Cafe Mogador has been a neighborhood favorite for so long. The food, service, and ambiance are the best of the East Village. It's reasonably-priced too. It's great for both brunch/ lunch/ dinner. Be sure to get there on the earlier side for brunch: wait times after 12 can be a bit long. ”
  • 244 locals recommend
Comedy Club
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“One of the most famous comedy clubs in the world and its where you'll find NYC's best comics.”
  • 173 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“Most famous speakeasy in the city. Enter Crif Dogs turn left to find the telephone booth speak into it it revolves then you're inside a very swanky cocktail lounge. It is worth it. ”
  • 176 locals recommend
Rock Club
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“Hipsters pack this 2-level bar/music venue to hear live indie acts or dance to DJ sets upstairs.”
  • 153 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“In Soho, Manhattan. One of my favorite dinner place. Check the menu and prices before going.”
  • 168 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“Sceney Mexican spot with no-frills taqueria, cafe & exclusive basement brasserie/tequila bar.”
  • 170 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“SEE ALL SLIDES 9 OF 55 Slide 9 Beauty & Essex Located in a secret door behind a fake pawn shop, with two stories of tables in a windowless setting, serving items like grilled cheese dumplings and $26 chicken shawarma, Beauty & Essex would almost be too much — if it wasn't so delicious. ”
  • 154 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Little Italy welcomes a heavily tourist crowd to its high concentration of souvenir shops and traditional Italian eateries and bakeries. Tenement buildings, once home to the immigrants who settled the area in the late 1800s, line the narrow streets. Mulberry Street, the main thoroughfare, turns into a pedestrian mall on summer weekends. The area celebrates its heritage each September at the busy San Gennaro festival.”
  • 95 locals recommend
  • 13 Experiences