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New York, United States

SoHo, Little Italy

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5 homes
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678 sqft
$9,495,000
6510 sqft
$8,028
1100 sqft
$13,495
2 bed 1198 sqft
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    valeria ruiz
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    What a better evening than having an amazing and delicious lunch with your friends, or even just a fancy ice cream date. Sant Ambroeus Gelatteria is located in Lafayette Street and serves variety of lunch options that may go as well very nice with a Cocktail or a Wine, I highly recommend the Crudo di Cavolini salad with a Raspberry Beret Cocktail, I should tell you to leave plenty space for dessert. Start your dessert with a lemon tart, the flavour is just like if you´re in heaven, finish off with a Stracciatella ice cream. The food is amazing, but the experience is even better, 10/10 in customer service, they make you feel welcomed...a really great plus is that the place is actually pretty nice and perfect for an instagram story or post for you to share the aesthetic facy vibes you can live in New York City.
    267, Lafayette Street, 267, Lafayette Street, New York, New York, United States
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  • Standing in SoHo but views of the Chrysler Building. Can you spot it?😉 #nycviews
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  • NYC in the Spring is my favorite ever!
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$3,300/mo
For rent
128 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
678 sqft
Listing by: King Zone Realty Inc
$9,495,000
For sale
224 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012
6510 sqft$1459/sqft
Listing by: Oxford Property Group
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  • Nice coworking at 433 Broadway.
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  • Check out this view from Cubico co-working space. This is the greatest way to work remotely! Much more comfy than a studio apartment.
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    Cubico, 433 Broadway, New York, New York 10013, United States
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  • San Gennaro Feast is a long-running celebration held in Little Italy every September, and while some aspects are irritating, it is worth seeing at least once, especially if you are Italian or simply enjoy the culture and food. There's a lot of greasy stuff in there. The San Gennaro Feast is one of the city's largest yearly celebrations, with several streets closed. The majority of events take place in the Mulberry neighborhood. Food and activities are costly, but that's to be expected. It began in the 1920s as a way for Italian immigrants in the Little Italy district to commemorate their heritage and culture. There are numerous events taking place throughout the area. The event has certainly seen better days, but it is a long-standing tradition that would be unthinkable to abandon. It has long had an influence on Italian culture. Several films have been made about the festival, two of which star Robert DeNiro. It appears several times in Mean Streets, which takes place largely in the neighborhood. The Church of The Most Precious Blood, where the monument is carried through the streets, is the primary attraction. It's on the festival's final day. Another place to pay attention to is the neighborhood surrounding Mulberry Street. It's one of the city's main thoroughfares, and it'll be closed during the event. If you enjoy Italian culture and cuisine, you should visit it at least once.
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    Lalire March Architects, 304 Hudson St, New York, New York 10013, United States
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  • Zoomies, located on Hudson St., is a fashionable store recognized for upmarket apparel, furniture, and accessories for cats and dogs. This store is utterly beautiful. It's well-organized, and there's a huge assortment of gorgeous toys, leashes, collars, clothes, and more! I was looking for a gift for a friend's dog and came across Zoomies on Google. So I went to this incredible store and had a fantastic time with the curbside service. When I first walked in, I told the owner, Susan, what I was searching for, and she was quite accommodating. She walked me through the store, showing me several possibilities so that I could find the right gift. Susan packed the sweets beautifully once we opted on the homemade frosted biscuits. I never expected to have such a one-of-a-kind, personalized customer experience with the curbside service. Some biscuits are cheaper here than they are elsewhere. Their own-brand and home-made biscuits both seem delicious, with a variety of dog-favorite and interesting flavors. Susan impressed me with her attentiveness, friendliness, and kindness. Their products are of excellent quality, and the majority of them are handmade. Additionally, everybody who works there is extremely knowledgeable and courteous, and they genuinely care about your dog! They have the best toys in the world—nowhere compares.
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    Nonna Beppa, 290 Hudson St, New York, New York 10013, United States
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  • My 4-year-old son and I went to the Children's Museum of the Arts last weekend. Painting, playing with play doh and clay, and building with blocks were some of my toddler's favorite activities. He had a lot of fun seeing crickets and examining the many installations around the gallery. It is a fantastic museum with some fantastic hands-on activities for the kids to enjoy. Even though it's labeled a museum, it's actually a location where youngsters can make art. Multiple stations with a variety of projects, courteous personnel, and just a lot of fun for kids and adults alike. There are a number of fantastic areas where children can express their creativity with the help of staff. The kids were free to let go and have a great time with clay, paint, markers, and even their spinning chairs. It's primarily for youngsters, but it's entertaining to see them unwind in a safe and cheery environment. The people who work there are also fantastic! There was a pleasant atmosphere among the guests, and all of the children and parents I encountered were courteous and cooperative. Although the venue was smaller than imagined, it was well worth a visit. There are also some really cool posters in one of the studios for kids aged 5 and under about how to enjoy art with toddlers and small children. I highly suggest this museum to anyone with children who are visiting or living in New York City.
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    Nonna Beppa, 290 Hudson St, New York, New York 10013, United States
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