to the L.E.S.
The Lower East side is a neighborhood defined by world-class dining, art, cultural institutions, and a sophisticated grit firmly woven into the very fabric of the neighborhood. Although the neighborhood has matured over the past few years, the iconic hot spots and hidden gems that give the L.E.S. its famous charm are abound and ripe for discovery.
Residents may enjoy cultural cornerstones like the New Museum, Regal Theater, and the Bowery Graffiti Wall, as well as the convenience of the newly opened Essex Street Market, Target, and Trader Joe’s, all in their backyard.
Savory dishes from restaurants that run the gambit from classic, critically acclaimed, to foodie heaven, ensure something for every palette. Russ & Daughters, The Meatball Shop, Katz Deli, Pig + Khao, Clinton St. Bakery, and La Contenta are just a few examples of the fine dining and comfort food the L.E.S. has to offer.
Speakeasies and chic wine bars are a unique staple of the L.E.S. With Root & Bone, Hair of the Dog, Nitecap, Attaboy, Please Don’t Tell, and Freemans all in close proximity, 171 Suffolk sits on the cusp of some of the best nightlife NYC has to offer.