Donald Judd Home Studio
The garish Staples store has a fascinating history: it’s located in the Haughwout Building, the first structure to use the exotic steam...
One of the post–Civil War cast-iron buildings that gave this area its ‘Cast-Iron District’ nickname. This one used to be the main...
An intimate hideaway where you can actually hold a conversation without having to scream over the soundtrack is a big draw for the...
Spring Street Natural
This cafe offers a selection of salads and entrées – from sashimi to risotto – that spans the continents. Many are aimed at the...
Lonely Planet review
Still the king of bistros, bustling (OK, loud ) Balthazar is never short of a discriminating mob. That’s all thanks to three winning details: its location in SoHo's shopping-spree heartland; the uplifting Paris-meets-NYC ambience; and, of course, the stellar something-for-everyone menu.
Highlights include the outstanding raw bar, steak frites, salade Niçoise, as well as the roasted beet salad. The kitchen stays open till 1am Friday and Saturday, and weekend brunch here is a very crowded (and delicious) production. For a decadent treat to go, grab a pastry from the Balthazar bakery next door.