Lower East Side
The DL is a one-stop shop where you can have a classy dinner on the first floor, and then make your way to the rooftop and party with great music, cocktails and awesome views.
Sushi Roxx a high energy, vibe dining destination restaurant celebrates its second anniversary and the debut of its newest musical show “Love Roxx”
Check out this pastel pink and blue-hued spot with lush hanging plants and Thai fare.
From engaging tours to family events, NYC’s home for contemporary art has something for everyone.
This new Bowery restaurant gives a shout out to street food (and street art).
For 80 years, the family owned Zarin Fabrics has been a staple of the Lower East Side.
The past illuminates the present at the Tenement Museum.
The Lower East Side—once known as an enclave for poor immigrants living in cramped quarters, Yiddish theater and pushcart vendors—has undergone a sea change.
Several bars in NYC wear the “we’re so cool you can’t even find us” badge with pride and, recently, I visited one on the Lower East Side.
El Maguey Y La Tuna won’t win any prizes for its homey décor, but its food is four-star all the way.