Edward Mooney House
The red-brick Edward Mooney House, New York City’s oldest townhouse, was built in 1785 by butcher Edward Mooney. The blend of...
Church of the Transfiguration
It's been serving New York's immigrant communities since 1801, and the Church of the Transfiguration doesn't stop adapting. First it was...
At Chatham Sq you’ll see the Kim Lau Memorial Arch, erected in 1962 as a memorial to Chinese Americans who died in WWII. There’s also a...
It takes a little effort to track down this former opium-den-turned-apothecary bar on Doyers St. Inside, skilled barkeeps work like...
Gather a gaggle of friends and descend upon this Flushing transplant en masse to spin the plastic lazy Susans and gobble down some of...
Doyers Street information
From the southern point of Chatham Sq head north on Bowery until you come to Doyers Street. Take a left and stroll along the short, L-shaped lane, home to many barber shops, the local post office and one of the first dim sum restaurants. Legend says the street was constructed with a 90-degree bend to hinder the movement of straight-walking ghosts.