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SoHo Guidebook

Groceries
Small but nice supermarket, open till 10p every night.
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Gourmet Garage
489 Broome Street
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Small but nice supermarket, open till 10p every night.
Larger supermarket open 24-hours a day.
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Morton Williams Supermarkets
130 Bleecker Street
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Larger supermarket open 24-hours a day.
Well known popular chain of inexpensive groceries. Open till 10p every day.
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Trader Joe's
233 Spring St
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Well known popular chain of inexpensive groceries. Open till 10p every day.
Food scene
Great food, especially brunch.
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The Mercer Kitchen
99 Prince Street
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Great food, especially brunch.
Great soup dumplings and other Chinese favorites. More upscale than typical NY Chinese restaurant.
Pinch Chinese
177 Prince St
Great soup dumplings and other Chinese favorites. More upscale than typical NY Chinese restaurant.
My favorite Spanish restaurant in the neighborhood.
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Boqueria
171 Spring Street
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My favorite Spanish restaurant in the neighborhood.
They invented the original “cronut” which sells out by noon every day, but most of the rest of their baked goods are wonderful as well. Go when they first open to avoid the big line!
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Dominique Ansel Bakery
189 Spring Street
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They invented the original “cronut” which sells out by noon every day, but most of the rest of their baked goods are wonderful as well. Go when they first open to avoid the big line!
Wonderful casual restaurant.
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Jane
100 West Houston Street
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Wonderful casual restaurant.
Unbelievable selection of most unusual ice cream flavors. Frequently a line but worth it if you want to try freshly made creative flavors natural ice cream.
Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream
88 W Houston St
Unbelievable selection of most unusual ice cream flavors. Frequently a line but worth it if you want to try freshly made creative flavors natural ice cream.
Neighborhoods
Full of lots of restaurants, bars and cafes, lively and open late. Just walk East on Spring street and after you cross Lafayette Street you are here. Nolita stands for “North of Little Italy” so if you head south after you get to Nolita, you’ll be in famous Little Italy.
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Nolita
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Full of lots of restaurants, bars and cafes, lively and open late. Just walk East on Spring street and after you cross Lafayette Street you are here. Nolita stands for “North of Little Italy” so if you head south after you get to Nolita, you’ll be in famous Little Italy.
Very eclectic neighborhood with some of my favorite restaurants in NYC. Friday and Saturday nights the streets get jammed with people out on the town.
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Lower East Side
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Very eclectic neighborhood with some of my favorite restaurants in NYC. Friday and Saturday nights the streets get jammed with people out on the town.
Just North of Houston Street only a block and a half away is the famed Greenwich Village. Take a walk to Washing Square Park or walk west to look at the beautiful old row houses and brownstones that have been there for more than 200 year... Lots of restaurants from cheap and quick “hole in the wall” and food trucks popular with New York University students to upscale foodie destination spots that most students can’t afford.
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Greenwich Village
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Just North of Houston Street only a block and a half away is the famed Greenwich Village. Take a walk to Washing Square Park or walk west to look at the beautiful old row houses and brownstones that have been there for more than 200 year... Lots of restaurants from cheap and quick “hole in the wall” and food trucks popular with New York University students to upscale foodie destination spots that most students can’t afford.