A new spot in Greenwich Village pays homage to a type of Japanese bar, letting you choose a platter to spin.
The longtime Greenwich Village resident was the plaintiff in Windsor vs. U.S. in 2013.
Red Roses, Green Gold, a new musical featuring songs by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, has booked Greenwich Village’s Minetta Lane Theatre for a run set to begin October 11 and open October 29. Directed and choreographed by Rachel Klein,...Show More Summary
"The 'pastabilities' are endless!" quips the announcement for a second location of Aunt Jake's, which we will forgive because pasta is a gift from the gods that can make one go temporarily punny. The first location of the homemade Italian...Show More Summary
A curious group of six people lives above the theater. They are not ordinary tenants, but something like the cast of an eccentric, bohemian sitcom family. They are actors, authors and playwrights whom Ms. O’Hara offered lodging to years ago, and they never left. Mostly in their 60s and 70s now, they include a German […]
The survival of 13th Street Repertory Company, a relic from Greenwich Village’s bohemian past, depends on the survival of its 100-year-old doyenne.
W 4th St – Washington Sq (Lower): Here are three eateries worth a visit on the Greenwich Village streets southeast of this B train station.
Andy Cohen is giving the world a peek into his amazing Greenwich Village, New York City duplex in this new issue of Elle Decor, on newsstands September 5. Here’s what the 49-year-old Watch What Happens Live! host had to share with the mag: On making his home bigger by securing the apartment on top of [...]
Today the legendary Caffe Reggio on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village is celebrating 90 years of business out of the same storefront—a nearly unbelievable accomplishment (I mean, did you read that Bleecker Street piece in the Times earlier this year?!). Show More Summary
This is the grave of Fiorello LaGuardia. Born in 1882 in Greenwich Village to a half-Italian, half-Jewish family, LaGuardia was raised Episcopalian because America. His father was in the military and he spent his several years in Arizona and then in Trieste when his father left the military. Quite the experiences for a late-19th century […]
Remember Pasta Wiz, that "Harry Potter-themed" pasta bar people went nuts about when it opened earlier this year in Williamsburg? Well, apparently they sold enough noodles to expand, and they're doing so on September 5th. Get ready, Greenwich Village. [ more › ]
Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus had a dinner date in New York City last night. The 45-year-old actor and 37-year-old SNL producer stopped by Mas (farmhouse) for dinner in the trendy Greenwich Village section of Manhattan on Sunday (August 21). The restaurant was closed for about a year after an electrical fire in 2016, and [...]
Way Down South in Greenwich Village
The Summer of Hell has brought the Summer of the Zombie!
With angry outbursts and barking dogs.
The GVSHP (Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation) is one of a few wonderful organizations that offer up great little archives of old New York images, and their collection just expanded with around 500 digitized photographs from the 1960s through the 1990s. Show More Summary
Late shows at the Greenwich Village club are known as raucous and experimental. But is the reputation deserved? Our critic stayed up to find out.
A new Southern-fried brunch to add to your radar: 33 Greenwich in the West Village. Chef Anne Thornton crafted a menu of Texas and New Orleans-inspired dishes like the Fried Chicken & Beignet Platter ($20), Sausage Biscuit Benedict ($16),...Show More Summary
Another beloved New York hangout will soon be no more.
"[In September,] the artist duo McDermott & McGough will unveil the Oscar Wilde Temple, a public installation at the Church of the Village in New York's West Village neighborhood.... Forced to repress his homosexuality for the majority of his life, Wilde is presented in McDermott & McGough's piece as a martyr of sorts - […]