Tompkins Square Park
This 10.5-acre park is like a friendly town square for locals, who gather for chess at concrete tables, picnics on the lawn on warm days...
Cienfuegos channels the old-fashioned style of its colonial-era Cuban namesake inside an upstairs rum-punch joint. A sampler of tasty...
This tiny white-tiled storefront serves tender, boneless roasted pork that’s been wrapped in a pork belly and seasoned with fennel...
94 Ave A · interesting places nearby
Sidewalk Café information
Anti-folk forever! Never mind the Sidewalk’s burger-bar appearance outside – inside is the home of New York’s ‘anti-folk’ scene, where the Moldy Peaches carved out their legacy before Juno got knocked up. The open-mic ‘anti-hootenanny’ is Monday night. Other nights host a wide range of sounds: garage rock, indie pop, bluesy piano, and all things anti-folk.