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CBGB & OMFUG
"CBGB opened in 1973. Without it, punk may never have taken off like it did. Bands could play, hang out, bounce ideas around, and give to the scene. And a good scene is everything for a music movement."
411-417 W 13th St. (btwn Washington St. & 9th Ave.)
"Pretty awesome clothing store in the heart of the meat packing district. In the store front is a collective assortment of singer sewing machines"
327 Lafayette St (btwn Houston & Bleecker St.)
"Great men's clothes. Enter at your own (financial) risk."
rag & bone
119 Mercer St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
"Although their clothes don't quite fit me right, the service in here is absolutely phenomenal. I was able to get suggestions and try on numerous clothes in no time at all. They'll bring you water too."
Coffee Shop · $
1 Bleecker St (at Bowery)
"Great grilled cheeses- try the farmhouse cheddar with tomato. Well worth the 10 minute wait."
The Bowery Electric
327 Bowery (at E 2nd St.)
"I came here for a band and stayed afterwards for the great music and atmosphere. Really good vibe during the weeknights. The weekends get crazy!"
Whole Foods Market
95 East Houston St (btwn Bowery & Chrystie St)
"the salad bar UPSTAIRS is amazing. $4 for a huge half salad. awesome assortment of toppings."
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John Varvatos East Hampton 54 Newtown Ln
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