Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village boasts bohemian cafés, jazz in the streets and great bites. Here's a fun and perennial option if you're in or around the area.

View an impressive array of watercolor paintings at the Salmagundi Club in Greenwich Village.

This cozy downtown eatery is a great spot for a romantic date, dinner with friends or brunch with the fam.

Back in the day when it was bohemian, Greenwich Village used to be full of jazz clubs. Those glory days live on at the Blue Note, a nightspot that's been swinging on a little Downtown street since 1981.

Last night, I went to an event at Little King Jewelry, which was catered by Café Español. During the event, the space was filled with the heavenly smell of the Spanish rice dish paella. Guests were able to choose from a vibrant seafood or chicken and sausage version, and I opted for the latter.

A few weeks ago, I spent a lively evening at Joe’s Famous Club & Cabaret The Monster in Greenwich Village. The two-floor, gay-friendly establishment—named after a carved wooden sea serpent from a Coney Island carousel—is the perfect place for fans of showtunes.


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