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Japanese, Mexican, Moroccan, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Tibetan — it’s all here in one of the best dining neighborhoods in the city
Pamela J. Klein saved to Travel New York
St. Marks Place may not be long, but it's got a weird, storied history
Scott Russo saved to Old New York
Discover our favorite East Village shops from wonderful stationery and bookshops to vintage stores and bakeries and more.
Raina Kattelson saved to travel nyc
A guide of what to do in the East Village. I love this neighborhood because it has a little bit of everything and it still maintains its quirky vibe.
Lee Straus saved to I ❤️ NYC
Facing West on 4th St East Village NYC #city #cities #buildings #photography
Audrey Roberts saved to MY FUTURE :)
"New York, I Love You!" Did you know? The Webster Hall (@WebsterHall), located in New York City’s cool East Village, was built in 1886 and has hosted performances and major events from across all spectrums of culture. It was allegedly owned by Al Capone during the Prohibition Era. Pretty cool, right? ⚡ LINK IN BIO to read more about them! Photo Credit: @NewYork_Eyes
17 Best Places to Take Pictures in NYC — Sandy Noto
The East Village is New York City’s original counterculture neighborhood. As the birthplace of punk rock, dozens of major musicians launched their careers here, such as Madonna, Blondie, Talking Heads, Pink Floyd and The Strokes to name a few. Despite the changes that have swept the neighborhood over the last thirty years, East Village clings to it’s alternative past and longtime residents still march to …
Antoinette Palmeri-Koscinski saved to East village
In this Ask Eater, a daughter needs the parent introduction to go well
aya saved to unfiltered
NYC East Village Guide The East Village of New York City is one of the neighborhoods of Manhattan that really does feel like a village. The buildings are shorter and older, and the hustle and bustle of midtown is left behind for a quieter, more tranquil type of atmosphere. The people feel closer, you’ll see groups of children walking on their way to school or the park, and overall, it’s just one of the best places to live in Manhattan. But just because it’s more residential doesn’t mean that…
Susan Isham saved to Syd to the City