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The Neighborhood Guide
Barbuto

775 Washington Street
Since opening in 2004, Barbuto has become a true West Village classic. Located in a former garage space on the ground floor of Industria Superstudios, the restaurant has the fortune …

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson Street
You might be familiar with Einat Admony. Her Nolita restaurant Balaboosta is a perennial favorite for fresh Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare inspired by her Israeli roots, and her takeout …

An Choi

85 Orchard Street
With a small two-room dining area and a carry-out business that’s beloved by LES locals, An Choi has become known for a selection of Vietnamese bahn mi sandwiches, pho soups …

Zinc Bar

82 West 3rd Street
All flavors of jazz seem to be represented at Zinc Bar, from funk and fusion to New Orleans and orchestral jazz. Performers hail from Morocco, Greece, Cuba and beyond, making …

The Met Breuer

945 Madison Avenue
The Brutalist building designed by Marcel Breuer on the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 75th Street is, along with Frank Lloyd Wright’s inverted building on Fifth Avenue for the …

Blue Note Jazz Club

131 West 3rd Street
Greenwich Village’s Blue Note is sometimes thought of as chain restaurant with a jazz theme (there are outposts in Milan, Tokyo and Nagoya too). But that doesn’t seem to be …

Barbuto

775 Washington Street
Since opening in 2004, Barbuto has become a true West Village classic. Located in a former garage space on the ground floor of Industria Superstudios, the restaurant has the fortune …

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson Street
You might be familiar with Einat Admony. Her Nolita restaurant Balaboosta is a perennial favorite for fresh Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare inspired by her Israeli roots, and her takeout …

An Choi

85 Orchard Street
With a small two-room dining area and a carry-out business that’s beloved by LES locals, An Choi has become known for a selection of Vietnamese bahn mi sandwiches, pho soups …

Zinc Bar

82 West 3rd Street
All flavors of jazz seem to be represented at Zinc Bar, from funk and fusion to New Orleans and orchestral jazz. Performers hail from Morocco, Greece, Cuba and beyond, making …

The Met Breuer

945 Madison Avenue
The Brutalist building designed by Marcel Breuer on the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 75th Street is, along with Frank Lloyd Wright’s inverted building on Fifth Avenue for the …

Blue Note Jazz Club

131 West 3rd Street
Greenwich Village’s Blue Note is sometimes thought of as chain restaurant with a jazz theme (there are outposts in Milan, Tokyo and Nagoya too). But that doesn’t seem to be …