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There’s still an independent vibe to the East Village, which offers plenty of unique small businesses catering to longtime New Yorkers and area college students alike. The East Village retains a bit of the old-time neighbourhood feel that you can still experience today thanks to a mix of locally-owned shops, cozy restaurants, and lively bars. The scale of the residential blocks makes this a wonderful place to wander up and down the streets searching for the newest hip spot, or an old-school favorite. In the center of the neighbourhood, Tompkins Square Park serves as a gathering point for the New Yorkers that call the East Village home. The people-watching here is hard to beat.
Traveled here on Feb 14; anniversary of St Valentines Day massacre. Tour guide very knowledgeable, we didn’t budget enough time to visit so had to leave tour early.
Fascinating building with speakeasy underneath, which people were eating and drinking in, really great place in cool neighborhood.
I went to Tompkins Square park on a sunny saturday morning. It was not too busy but there were already some people enjoying the sun.
Usually it is not too noisy, so it is a good place to lay down and read a book.
Love going to this dessert spot. There is always a line whenever I go there in the summer, but the wait is not usually too long and even if it was, it's worth it once you order and sit down to enjoy your out-of-this-world good dessert.
Gardel told me about this place. Obviously Not true but the best beef, argentine, casual experience you can have in NY and in the east village. You will have at your hands a fine collection of wine and an expert mixologist by the name of “Mariachi” to help you out. Start with some empanadas and a caesar salad made from...
The BEST bagels! So much choice with such friendly and helpful staff. The cream cheese selection is amazing. If you have some time in a morning, I 100% recommend this place for breakfast. I had a cinnamon and raisin bagel with cookie dough cream cheese which was just what I needed this morning.
Been going here in excess of 55 years. Their coffee is awesome and some of their pastries are great like anise cookies however they make their cannolis ahead of time allowing the shell to get wet( not good) they are pretty expensive but the go to spot in the area and their cassata cakes (made special order) snd nut rings...
"Excellent hotel in New York with a specatuclar lounge-area"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Andre_matkritiker
We stayed at this lovely hotel in the Superior Queen room for two nights. This was my first stay here, but I have stayed at several of the city's better hotels.
Upon arrival we were welcomed by the reception and the door man service. In the room a sparkling wine from the hotel was waiting for us which was appreciated...
I recently stayed at the Standard in the East Village after our girls trip to Mexico City was canceled due to the coronavirus. My friend and I wanted to stay at a hotel that wasn't in either of our neighborhoods and near a friend's apartment. We were really excited to check out the Standard since I've been before to the...
The Moxy East Village is a special place... not like any other hotel I've ever been to! It has a unique style, and fun atmosphere... very hip… attracts a stylish and younger crowd... esp. when you add the amazing bars and restaurant. That said, I saw both young and old having a great time here. Just understand that this is...
As other reviews have said, “You get what you paid for.” Everything is older and slightly worse for the wear. The shower comes out like a small bucket is being poured on you. There’s no lobby. It’s cash only. No frills. We stayed one night and left. The neighborhood has changed so much it’s unrecognizable.