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    • 9.6
      Pizza$$$$View Menu
      235 Mulberry St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • citizenM

        citizenM • October 15, 2014It is quaint, intimate, and comfortable, and the food never fails to amaze and please us. With a full gluten free menu, this place welcomes all.

    • 9.5
      Bookstore$$$$View Products
      52 Prince St (btwn Lafayette & Mulberry St), New York
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      • Kristina

        Kristina • February 13, 2016lovely book store including a machine that prints personal books. Right in the shop you'll find a lovely cafe that keeps you caffeinated for reading through your newly shopped treasures

    • 9.5
      Spanish$$$$View Menu
      408 Broome St (btwn Lafayette & Centre St), New York
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      • Fiona

        Fiona • March 17, 2015Love their pinxtos, tortillas, and well-appointed communal dining area. My go-to for jamón and chorizo. Wine shop next door is lovely too!

    • 9.4
      Gift Shop
      81 Spring St (at Crosby St), New York
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      • Cora W.

        Cora W. • September 22, 2013Great for quirky fun unique (pricey) gift shopping!!

    • 9.4
      French$$$$View Menu
      80 Spring St (at Crosby St), New York
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      • Franke R.

        Franke R. • April 16, 2010If ur at Balthazar Restaurant, have the Steak Frites or Gratin Dauphinois... but If ur at Balthazar Bakery/Sidecar, have a cappuccino & a chocolate croissant or pistachio donut. Well worth the guilt!

    • 9.3
      Salad$$$$View Menu
      100 Kenmare St (btwn Cleveland & Mulberry St), New York
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      • Leisha M.

        Leisha M. • May 15, 2015Perfect chopped salads! Come early for lunch or order online to avoid the huge line. It usually moves pretty quickly. House lemonades are a great add-on in the summer.

    • 9.3
      Falafel$$$$View Menu
      45 Spring St (at Mulberry St), New York
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      • Bin Y.

        Bin Y. • January 6, 2015Any falafel sandwich should fill you up, but if you're really starving, go for the platter. Red's my favorite and I love getting a banana dates smoothie to go.

    • 9.3
      Gift Shop
      117 Crosby St (btwn Houston & Prince St), New York
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      • Mashka

        Mashka • January 19, 2015Delicious place. Super pleasant staff. If you're buying the perfume flight as a gift, it can be for whatever amount just like a gift card.

    • 9.3
      Australian$$$$View Menu
      219 Mulberry St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Sheika B.

        Sheika B. • June 6, 2014The music is good, and there's a very calming atmosphere. The food is great! Try the spicy sausage pasta.

    • 9.3
      Office Supplies
      234 Mulberry St (btwn Prince & Spring), New York
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      • Racked

        Racked • March 20, 2014Furniture consists of a selection of desks, chairs, and lights; the real treats are the paper goods, desk accessories, and wall hangings. Also the perfect place to splurge on notebooks and calendars.

    • 9.3
      Coffee Shop$$$$View Menu
      270 Lafayette St (btwn Prince & W Houston St), New York
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      • Alexa Jane D.

        Alexa Jane D. • March 25, 2015Delicious cortado. Great quality coffee. Grab a cookie and snag a seat. Mirrors are special. Cool set up with interesting (but limited) seating.

    • 9.3
      HotelView Prices
      79 Crosby St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Mark K.

        Mark K. • February 27, 2012Great spot to get work done during the day. Awesome atmosphere, friendly staff & strong coffee. For wifi go to conference, crosby bar, password spr1ng.

    • 9.2
      Mexican$$$$View Menu
      114 Kenmare St (at Lafayette St), New York
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      • Natalia Q.

        Natalia Q. • June 14, 2012Try all their tacos and get the horchata to drink. If you can, go downstairs to the secret lounge-- they have wonderful drinks and chill music.

    • 9.2
      Italian$$$$View Menu
      231 Mott St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Andrea B.

        Andrea B. • November 10, 2014Everything we had was good, including the bread. Risotto croquettes, veal and ricotta meatballs, burrata, frittata, prosciutto and arugula pizza, steak and eggs and burger. Everyone raved about it all

    • 9.1
      Mediterranean$$$$
      224 Lafayette St (btwn Kenmare & Spring St), New York
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      • Village Voice

        Village Voice • May 3, 2013Zucchini fries, done right, can be even better than their potato counterparts. Here, it's a perfect crunch on the outer shell and zucchini that practically melts in your mouth. Chase with cold beer.

    • 9.1
      Bakery$$$$View Menu
      17 Cleveland Pl (at Kenmare St), New York
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      • Tracy R.

        Tracy R. • April 8, 2012I don't usually like cheesecake but this is the best- so light and fluffy! Mango and dulce de leche were both delicious.

    • 9.1

      17. Parm

      Italian$$$$View Menu
      248 Mulberry St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Stina P.

        Stina P. • March 14, 2014order chicken parm on a roll. sit at the counter, relish the old school booths and salad bowls your italian family definitely owns. go for lunch on a friday or any day and smile at a tucked away gem

    • 9.1
      American$$$$
      187 Mulberry (Kenmare), New York
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      • Phil T.

        Phil T. • February 22, 2016The Little Neck Clam pizza is beautiful. The clam isn't overpowering and it's an amazingly light pie to enjoy 👌🏻🍕

    • 9.1
      Mediterranean$$$$View Menu
      214 Mulberry St (btwn Spring St & Prince St), New York
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      • Han Y.

        Han Y. • September 9, 2011Presents couscous in a perfect round patty topped with microgreens. Nice clean and fit feeling about all the plates, even the greasier ones like fried cauliflower and olives. Liked the brick chicken.

    • 9.1
      Gym / Fitness$$$$
      69 Prince St (at Crosby St), New York
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      • Nate B.

        Nate B. • June 2, 2015Really cool Equinox location with lots of windows and natural light. Great classes. Highest member/sqft of any Equinox. So avoid peak hours from 530-730 in the evening.

    • 9.1
      Chocolate Shop
      202 Mott St Frnt A (Kenmare), New York
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      • Jaime

        Jaime • January 22, 2015Beautiful but pricey! The packaging is amazing and the chocolates are pretty good- don't skip the caramels, they are the best!

    • 9.1
      Italian$$$$View Menu
      218 Lafayette St (btwn Kenmare & Spring St), New York
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      • Vanessa T.

        Vanessa T. • 3 weeks agoGargellini is what brought this place to my attention. WOW! Was fantastic alongside the double raviolis. The meatballs are made from Proscuitto and mortadella!!!! Also, drink all the orange wine.

    • 9.1
      Coffee Shop$$$$View Menu
      228 Mott St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Kirk S.

        Kirk S. • September 10, 2016NoLita might be the best place for coffee on earth, and this is the best place in NoLita. Ask about single origin espresso options or get a kalita pourover. Baristas are fantastic. Leave a tip.

    • 9.1
      Tea Room$$$$View Menu
      433 Broome St (btwn Broadway & Crosby St), New York
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      • Lucas V.

        Lucas V. • March 3, 2013Get the scones! The scones with cream and jam are to soft, warm and sweet. They are freshly baked.

    • 9.0
      Cycle Studio$$$$
      45 Crosby St (btwn Spring & Broome St), New York
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      • Jessica H.

        Jessica H. • February 11, 2014Love Lindsay's classes- soho noho and 19th street- she always brings it!

    • 9.0
      Apparel
      251 Centre St, New York
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      • Marissa S.

        Marissa S. • November 14, 2016Super excellent staff and clothing selection.

    • 9.1
      Art Gallery
      101 Spring St (Mercer St), New York
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      • Blake O.

        Blake O. • May 5, 2016Judd not only created art—he lived it. Book in advance, this intimate tour and insight into a great artist's mind is well worth the wait.

    • 8.9
      Seafood$$$$View Menu
      222 Lafayette St (btwn Spring & Kenmare St), New York
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      • Village Voice

        Village Voice • June 3, 2013It may be Ed's Lobster Bar, but we love the fried Ipswich clams. They're juicy and nicely briny, with a clean crunch. So good you probably won't even need the accompanying lemon or tartar sauce!

    • 8.9
      Art Gallery
      201 Mulberry, New York
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      • Taiowa W.

        Taiowa W. • December 4, 2016All the the exhibits are a very interesting look into the data we generate and where it does. The short videos on tablets are worth checking out.

    • 8.9

      30. UNIQLO

      Apparel$$$$
      546 Broadway (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York
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      • Glamazon Diaries

        Glamazon Diaries • May 16, 2012You must purchase the heat tech clothing for winter. Best under garments to keep you warm and perfect for layering.