National Arts Club
Founded in 1898 to promote public interest in the arts, the National Arts Club holds art exhibitions, usually open to the public from...
Romantic Gramercy Park was created by Samuel Ruggles in 1831 after he drained the area’s swamp and laid out streets in an English style....
71 Irving Place
From keyboard-tapping scribes to gossiping friends and academics, this bustling café is never short of a crowd. Hand-picked beans are...
Another success story from restaurateur Mario Batali and chef Andy Nusser, Casa Mono features a great, long bar where you can sit and...
129 E 18th St · interesting places nearby
Pete’s Tavern information
Adorned with its original 19th-century mirrors, pressed-tin ceiling and rosewood bar, this dark, atmospheric watering hole has all the earmarks of a New York classic. You can get a respectable prime-rib burger here and choose from 17 draft beers. The bar draws in everyone from post-theater couples and Irish expats to no-nonsense NYU students and the odd celebrity (see photos by the restrooms).