An artsy neighborhood with the highest concentration of bars and the most retail diversity in Manhattan.
The birthplace of many cultural movements from the American gangster to the Warhol Superstars, folk music, punk rock, the Beat generation and experimental theater.
Row houses and brownstones, with a unique mix of ornamentation, from the Greek Revival to “pre-law” tenements.
Best Kept Secret
Please Don’t Tell is the East Village’s most popular secret. A speakeasy where you will need to follow a number of rules and codes in order to be let in.
Walk through the streets and compare the many restaurants before settling in one, or just discover small vintage shops.
Music venues like the famous Webster Hall attract scenesters of all stripes while comedy shows and cabaret draw an equally diverse crowd.