The East Village is mecca of bars, brunch spots, live music and a pop up in this bar restaurant will ensure you are in the middle of it. The space is fully fit out and ready to go.
There are a lot of long-time residents in the neighborhood, but that doesn’t mean its escaped gentrification and tourism. With relative newcomers like X’ian Famous Foods and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream a few minutes away from New York’s oldest Irish bar, McSorely’s, the neighborhood is a true mix. The 4 and 6 trains at Astor Place are a few minutes away.
East Village has a chilled-out vibe with no lack of style. Home to plenty of hip bars and restaurants and a jam-packed night-life, this popular neighborhood of Manhattan is not shy.