St Marks Place
One of the most magical things about New York is that every street tells a story, from the action unfurling before your eyes to the...
This former schoolhouse has been committed to fostering new artists and their far-out ideas since its inception in 1979. Its two stages...
Rai Rai Ken
Rai Rai Ken’s storefront may only be the size of its door, but it’s pretty hard to miss since there’s usually a small congregation of...
341 E 9th St · interesting places nearby
Wholly unpretentious, these twin boxcar-sized bars could easily become your neighborhood local if you decide to stick around town. The staff are knowledgeable and kind, mingling with faithful regulars while dishing out tangy olives and topping up glasses with imported snifters.
Enter the right side for the wine bar, with an excellent assortment of wines by the glass. The left entrance takes you into the tap room, where the focus is on unique microbrews. Both have a similar design – chandeliers, exposed brick, vintage charm.