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Place Explorer: Greenwich Village

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
555 Hudson Street Greenwich Village Manhattan Former residence of author and activist Jane Jacobs
Almanac House Greenwich Village Manhattan Residence of folk revival musicians, the Almanac Singers
Ardea, The Greenwich Village Manhattan Brick and brownstone detailed apartments built for the executives of the Hearn department store
Asch Building (former), now Brown Building Greenwich Village Manhattan Site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
Bleecker Bob's Golden Oldies Greenwich Village Manhattan Greenwich Village record store operating since 1968
Blue Note Greenwich Village Manhattan An important jazz venue in Greenwich Village
Bottom Line, The (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan A rock and folk music club
C'est Magnifique Greenwich Village Manhattan Friendly jewelry store carrying unusual items
Caffe Cino (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan Where Off-Off Broadway theater got its start
Chaim Gross Studio Greenwich Village Manhattan Former studio and living quarters of sculptor Chaim Gross
Chumley's (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan Prohibition-era speakeasy with a secret entrance that served members of the Lost Generation and the Beat Generation
Cornelia Street Café Greenwich Village Manhattan Legendary eatery and performance venue
Edward Hopper Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan The artist's home for over 50 years
Emma Lazarus Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan Former home of author and activist
Fedora's Greenwich Village Manhattan Restaurant that retains its 1950s aura and welcomes Gay community
Forbidden Planet Greenwich Village Manhattan Famous seller of comic books and graphic novels
Greene Street Cobblestones Greenwich Village Manhattan Street paving from the 19th century
James Beard House Greenwich Village Manhattan Chef James Beard lived and worked here, and it now houses the James Beard Foundation
Jefferson Market Courthouse and Garden, now a branch of the NYPL Greenwich Village Manhattan Former site of a Women's House of Detention and one of the most loved buildings in Greenwich Village
Judson Memorial Church Greenwich Village Manhattan Church dedicated to social justice and community arts
La Guardia Corner Gardens Greenwich Village Manhattan Luxuriously-planted community garden on land owned by New York City
Little Spain and La Nacional Social Club & Restaurant Greenwich Village Manhattan Spanish-speaking New Yorkers have long gathered here
MacDougal Alley Greenwich Village Manhattan A mews once occupied by artists and arts patrons
Minetta Tavern Greenwich Village Manhattan Italian restaurant in the Village since 1937
Monument to Minetta Creek (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan A revealing look at New York's subterranean streams
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Greenwich Village Manhattan
Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard's Church Greenwich Village Manhattan A Greenwich Village church, formerly Church of St. Bernard
Paradise Garage (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan Underground nightclub from 1970s-80s
Porto Rico Importing Company Greenwich Village Manhattan Village institution offering coffee, spices and specialty foods
Provincetown Playhouse Greenwich Village Manhattan Legendary place in theater history, now controversially preserved by NYU
Sasaki Garden at Washington Square Village Greenwich Village Manhattan Cherished greenspace in the heart of Washington Square Village
Shrine Church of Saint Anthony of Padua Greenwich Village Manhattan Longstanding Village institution
Smalls Jazz Club Greenwich Village Manhattan Tiny jazz venue in Greenwich Village
Stonewall Inn Greenwich Village Manhattan A landmark in the gay rights movement
The Cage (West 4th St. Courts) Greenwich Village Manhattan Basketball court preferred by players and spectators
Village Gate (now Le Poisson Rouge) Greenwich Village Manhattan Nightclub featuring diverse styles of music, closed in 1993 and reopened in 2007
Washington Square Park Greenwich Village Manhattan A center of Greenwich Village life
Washington Square Park Chess Tables Greenwich Village Manhattan Gathering spot for chess players and spectators
Washington Square United Methodist Church (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan A church known for its 1960's political activism, whose congregation is now part of The Church of the Village