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History Museum
“The Tenement Museum is a great place to learn about the history of our city's roots. You'll be transported back in time to see how early immigrants lived in the tenements on the lower East side. The tours typically last one hour and usually require stair climbing. Not good for children under 6. Check their website for tours and times. Reservations are a must!”
  • 269 locals recommend
Art Museum
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“Free, 1st Saturday of every month, 10 AM - 12 PM. Free, under age of 18. Pay as you wish, Thursdays 7 PM - 9 PM.”
  • 203 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“Probably the most famous speakeasy bar in nyc. Enter through the hot dog restaurant left side phone booth opens into a very swanky cocktail lounge. ”
  • 178 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“Sceney Mexican spot with no-frills taqueria, cafe & exclusive basement brasserie/tequila bar.”
  • 171 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“SEE ALL SLIDES 9 OF 55 Slide 9 Beauty & Essex Located in a secret door behind a fake pawn shop, with two stories of tables in a windowless setting, serving items like grilled cheese dumplings and $26 chicken shawarma, Beauty & Essex would almost be too much — if it wasn't so delicious. ”
  • 154 locals recommend
Rock Club
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“Hipsters pack this 2-level bar/music venue to hear live indie acts or dance to DJ sets upstairs.”
  • 155 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“Cozy Mexican eatery with hip, Asian-accented decor serving rustic fare & a long list of tequilas.”
  • 159 locals recommend
Rock Club
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“Rockwood features local musicians, hosting a band per hour, every night of the week. Most shows are free, some are ticketed. A great place to drop in and catch live music!”
  • 157 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“It was thought that to drink alcohol was to live a life shadowed by death; that those who drank were keeping company with death. It's taken us nearly a century to restore flavor to the drink and class to the specialty cocktail. In our time, a night to celebrate life's simple pleasures with fine wine, exquisitely crafted cocktails, beautifully prepared food, and impeccable sipping spirits is a rare gift. To those who shun the night, we tip our hat. To those who shine after dusk, we offer a warm embrace. Welcome to the new golden age. Welcome to Death & Co. Opened on New Year's Eve 2006/07 in Manhattan's East Village, Death & Co quickly became a cocktail institution, owed greatly to our staff of creative bartenders and incredible servers. Since then, we have evolved and changed; from an intimate bar in NYC to a sprawling cocktail lounge and restaurant in Denver -- and, perhaps, more to come. Through this growth, we've maintained our commitment to fine product and exceptional experiences, a focus on hospitality, and a deep desire to be a center for our communities.”
  • 113 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“Speakeasy-style bar in the East Village offering exotic cocktails in a cool, hard-to-find space.”
  • 118 locals recommend
Australian Restaurant
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“SEE ALL SLIDES 3 OF 55 Dudleys This Australian hotspot owned by Steve Aioki serves up all-day breakfast, already making it one of our favorite LES spots. Yes, there's the requisite avocado toast and burgers, but also Brussels sprouts that might convert even the biggest veggie hater. Plus, it's filled with Instagram-worthy neon signs you can snap even if you're swinging by the new take-out counter. ”
  • 128 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Hidden at the end of an alley, this restaurant may have invented the lumberjack-hipster look. The walls are covered in stuffed animal heads like a hunting lodge, and the food is similarly rustic, like a cassoulet with three cuts of pork, or grilled trout with garlic and thyme. Luckily, it’s so delicious you’ll forgive them for the bearded ma”
  • 128 locals recommend
English Restaurant
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“You don't have to fight about where to eat: The Fat Radish is great for the vegetarians but placates the carnivores with a killer bacon cheeseburger and pork chop. Your group will also agree on the gorgeously bright, all-white space, which perfectly complements the delicious food.”
  • 129 locals recommend
Indie Movie Theater
“Popular venue for new indie & foreign films, shown on 5 screens, with on-premises cafe.”
  • 103 locals recommend
Museum
“It is a known museum in Lower East Side. You can learn and experience about how people live in late 1800s and early 1900s.”
  • 59 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“"A restaurant on the Lower East Side operating with the sole purpose of turning out ridiculously good meatballs and presenting you a few options in which to consume them."”
  • 134 locals recommend