East Village

St. Marks is perhaps one of the most well-known streets in the East Village and it is a true reflection of the Bohemian culture that thrives in this neighborhood. The East Village became a huge cultural center in the late 60s and early 70s with the arrival of many artists, musicians, and writers. While it was once also considered a part of the Lower East Side, the two neighborhoods grew to have distinctively different cultures, the village being more geared toward artists and artisans. Everywhere you turn in this neighborhood, art is a prominent part of its culture. From tiled street lights, to sidewalk sculptures, the East Village is rich with cultural diversity.

Location.

Places to Visit
Angel’s Share
8 Stuyvesant St (at E 9th St & 3rd Ave)
Speakeasies
H Mart
39 3rd Ave (btw 9th & 10th St)
Grocery Stores
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream
48 1/2 E 7th St (at 2nd Ave)
Ice Cream Shops
Shake Shack
20 3rd Ave (at E 9th St)
Burger Joints
Places to Visit
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