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Place Explorer: East Village

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
27 Cooper Square East Village Manhattan Former home of many notable writers, musicians and painters
A Gathering of the Tribes East Village Manhattan Iconic East Village gallery and performance space
Amato Opera Theater (former) East Village Manhattan The "world's smallest opera house"
B&H Dairy Kosher Restaurant East Village Manhattan Long-standing vegetarian comfort food eatery
Black Madonna Chapel & Phoenix Bar East Village Manhattan Storefront chapel to the Black Madonna, now Phoenix Bar
CBGB (former) East Village Manhattan The birthplace of punk rock
Cooper Station, US Post Office East Village Manhattan Graciously designed WPA-era post office
Dias y Flores Community Garden East Village Manhattan East Village community garden in operation since 1978
Fillmore East East Village Manhattan Major rock 'n' roll venue from 1968 to1972
Great Hall at Cooper Union East Village Manhattan Prominent lecture hall
Jean Cocteau Repertory Theater (former) East Village Manhattan Off-Broadway company that performed classic works of drama
Jim Power's Astor Place Mosaic Trail East Village Manhattan Permanent installation of the Mosaic Man's fanciful light poles
La Mama Experimental Theater Club East Village Manhattan A theater that seeks to develop, nurture, support, produce and present new and original performance work by artists of all nations and cultures
La Plaza Cultural East Village Manhattan A vast community garden and performance space
Leonardo da Vinci Art School (former) East Village Manhattan Provided art education from 1924-1940
Liz Christy Bowery-Houston Community Garden East Village Manhattan New York City's first community garden
Mary Help of Christians Church East Village Manhattan East Village church established by the Salesian order
McGuirk's "Suicide Hall" (site of) East Village Manhattan Notorious dive bar known for the suicides that took place there
McSorley's Old Ale House East Village Manhattan Established in 1854, an icon of old New York
New York City Garden District East Village Manhattan A constellation of community gardens, many threatened by development
New York Marble Cemetery East Village Manhattan New York's first burial place unaffiliated with a house of worship
Nuyorican Poets Cafe East Village Manhattan A popular forum for poetry slams
P.S. 64/El Bohio (former) East Village Manhattan A historic school building turned into a cultural center
Pearl Theater Company East Village Manhattan Classical theater company, no longer at its St. Mark's Place location
Russian Turkish Baths East Village Manhattan Public bath house in the Russian & Turkish tradition
Russo's Mozzarella and Pasta East Village Manhattan Has carried an impressive array of cheeses and pasta since 1908
Saint Mark's Lutheran Evangelical Church (site of) East Village Manhattan Church whose congregants perished in one of New York's great tragedies
Second Avenue Deli East Village Manhattan East Village institution serving Jewish fare, now on E. 33rd St.
Sixth Street Community Center East Village Manhattan Long-standing, grassroots community center offering public programs and fresh produce
Sixth Street Community Synagogue East Village Manhattan Shul offer musical concert series housed in an historic East Village building
St. Brigid's Church East Village Manhattan Historic church on Tompkins Square Park
St. Joseph Hospitality House East Village Manhattan Where Dorothy Day co-founded the Catholic Worker newspaper
St. Mark's Bookshop East Village Manhattan Independent shop with deep local roots
St. Mark's Comics East Village Manhattan A major source for comic books in New York City
St. Stanislaus Church East Village Manhattan Polish congregants have worshiped here for over 100 years
Surma Book and Music Company East Village Manhattan A store selling all sorts of Ukrainian goods
The Cube East Village Manhattan Astor Place sculpture by Bernard Rosenthal
Theater for the New City East Village Manhattan Pulitzer prize-winning community cultural institution
Tompkins Square Park East Village Manhattan East Village park since 1837
Variety Theatre (site of) East Village Manhattan An old movie theater, once an unofficial neighborhood landmark
Veniero's Pasticceria and Caffe East Village Manhattan Italian bakery since 1894
Webster Hall East Village Manhattan A popular concert and dance hall since 1886