Lower East Side

“Loisada” as it is now intimately known by its residents is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. It has traditionally been known as a working class and immigrant community and is especially unique for its vast diversity. Like many neighborhoods throughout all boroughs of the city it has seen a recent gentrification through the mid to late 2000s. For an urban neighborhood, LES has quite a few green spaces scattered throughout the neighborhood, as well as popular music venues and top rated bars and restaurants. LES is also home to several contemporary art galleries.

Location.

Places to Visit
Doughnut Plant
379 Grand St (at Norfolk St)
Donut Shops
Ice & Vice
221 E Broadway (at Clinton St)
Ice Cream Shops
Metrograph
7 Ludlow St (at Canal St)
Indie Movie Theaters
MooShoes NYC
78 Orchard St (at Broome St)
Shoe Stores
Places to Visit
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