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...
Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art
Cartoon aficionados can't get enough of this museum and its wealth of graphic novels, comic lore and long-lost posters. Special exhibits...
NoHo’s Beaux Arts Cable Building was built by famed architects McKim, Mead and White in 1894. Originally used as the power plant for...
A more intimate branch of the Joyce Theater in Chelsea, Joyce Soho occupies a former firehouse in SoHo and has dance studios and a...
Dean & DeLuca
NYC loves its luxe grocers and Dean & DeLuca is one of the biggest names around town. It's a well-earned reputation given the...
575 Broadway · interesting places nearby
Don't come just for the shoes: check out the space. Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas has transformed the old Guggenheim into a fantasy land full of elegant hardwood floors and small dressing spaces. Don't be afraid to try something on – those translucent changing-room doors do fog up when you step inside.