Mark Miller Gallery
This small, well-positioned gallery has works by emerging and mid-level artists.
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
This museum puts the neighborhood’s heartbreaking but inspiring heritage on full display in three re-creations of...
Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue & Museum
This small synagogue is home to an obscure branch of Judaism, the Romaniotes, whose ancestors were slaves sent to Rome by ship but...
An eatery that spills easily into a party scene, with an airy Havana-meets-Beijing vibe and a focus on fine sipping tequilas. Or stick...
The appeal of the Hotel Chantelle, which isn't actually a hotel, is its lovely rooftop dining area. Don't bother coming for a mediocre...
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Ten Bells information
This charmingly tucked-away tapas bar has a grotto-like design, with flickering candles, dark tin ceilings, brick walls and a U-shaped bar that's an ideal setting for a conversation with a new friend.
The chalkboard menu hangs on both walls and features excellent wines by the glass, which go nicely with boquerones (marinated anchovies), txipirones en su tinta (squid in ink sauce) and regional cheeses. Come for happy hour when oysters are $1 each, and a carafe of wine costs $15. The unsigned entrance is easy to miss. It's right next to the shop Top Hat.