Harrison Street Houses
Built between 1804 and 1828, the eight townhouses on the block of Harrison St immediately west of Greenwich St constitute the largest...
New York’s most active public boathouse offers free walk-up 20-minute kayaking sessions (including equipment) in a protected embayment...
Smith & Mills
Petite Smith & Mills ticks all the cool boxes: unmarked exterior, kooky industrial interior and expertly crafted cocktails with a...
Austrian chef Markus Glocker heads this warm, Michelin-starred hot spot, where a pared-back interior puts the focus squarely on the...
377 Greenwich St · interesting places nearby
Locanda Verde information
Step through the velvet curtains into a scene of loosened button-downs, black dresses and slick barmen behind a long, crowded bar. This celebrated brasserie showcases modern, Italo-inspired fare like house-made pappardelle with lamb bolognese, mint and sheep's milk ricotta and Sicilian-style halibut with heirloom squash and almonds. Weekend brunch features no less creative fare: try scampi and grits or lemon ricotta pancakes with blueberries.