Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Gathering place

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Grotto Rosebank Staten Island The city's most elaborate yard shrine
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel RC Church East Harlem Manhattan One of the earliest Italian parishes, now with multiethnic congregation
Our Lady of Vilnius Roman Catholic Church West Village Manhattan Surviving church of Lithuanian immigrant community
Owl's Head Park Bay Ridge Brooklyn Spacious and scenic Bay Ridge Park
P.S. 64/El Bohio (former) East Village Manhattan A historic school building turned into a cultural center
Park Plaza and Park Palace East Harlem Manhattan Dance hall dubbed the "birthplace of New York Latin dance music"
Peace House (site of) East Harlem Manhattan Once, a center of pacifism
Pelham Bay Park Pelham Bay Bronx NYC's largest park property
Pfaff's Cellar Tavern at the Coleman Hotel NoHo Manhattan Frequented by artists and writers, including Walt Whitman, in the mid 19th century
Pier 45 West Village Manhattan Hudson River Park pier and location of many outdoor festivities
Postcrypt Coffeehouse Morningside Heights Manhattan Since 1964, a gathering place at Columbia University
Prince Hall Lodge Brownsville Brooklyn Historic Black Masonic lodge
Queens Botanical Garden Flushing Queens Where people, plants, and cultures meet
Red's Candy Store Parkchester Bronx A children's gathering place
Roy Wilkins Park St. Albans Queens Park named after Roy Wilkins, famed civil rights leader and former NAACP president
Rubulad Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Arts space that hosts Brooklyn's longest-running underground event
Russian Orthodox Church Bensonhurst Brooklyn A neighborhood institution for the Russian Orthodox community of Bensonhurst
Russian Turkish Baths East Village Manhattan Public bath house in the Russian & Turkish tradition
Salt Marsh in Inwood Hill Park Inwood Manhattan Natural salt marsh next to old growth forest
Sasaki Garden at Washington Square Village Greenwich Village Manhattan Cherished greenspace in the heart of Washington Square Village
Sesame Flyers International East Flatbush Brooklyn Multi-service non-profit orgabization, and mainstay of Brooklyn's West Indian American Day Carnival
Sheep Meadow, Central Park Central Park Manhattan Sprawling lawn in Central Park, site of important events and general recreation
Sista's Place Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Coffeehouse and performance space that supports activism
Sixth Avenue Jazz Loft Midtown South Manhattan After hours hangout for jazz musicians from 1954 to 1964
Socialist Party Headquarters, Brooklyn (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Where young Socialists met and organized
St. Pat's for All Parade route Sunnyside Queens Inclusive St. Patrick's Day parade in Queens
Staten Island September 11 Memorial St. George Staten Island In memory of Staten Islanders lost in the 2001 terror attacks
Stonewall Inn Greenwich Village Manhattan A landmark in the gay rights movement
Sunset Park Sunset Park Brooklyn View from the hill in Sunset Park
Sutton Boutique Shoe Repair Turtle Bay Manhattan Neighborhood gathering place
The Cage (West 4th St. Courts) Greenwich Village Manhattan Basketball court preferred by players and spectators
The Cube East Village Manhattan Astor Place sculpture by Bernard Rosenthal
The East (site of) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Cultural center that promoted Black Nationalism and pan-Africanism
The High Bridge Washington Heights Manhattan The city's oldest standing bridge, once again open to the public
The Palm Restaurant Turtle Bay Manhattan Restaurant frequented by journalists
The Point Community Development Corporation Hunts Point Bronx A cultural center in the South Bronx
The Town Hall Times Square Manhattan Performance space originally built as a lecture hall and meeting place for the women's suffrage movement.
The West End (former) Morningside Heights Manhattan Where jazz and "beat" culture fans and Columbia students have gathered
The Yippie! Museum and Cafe NoHo Manhattan A mecca for counter-culturists since the 1960s
Transit Club (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Hall for hire run by the Surface Line Operators Fraternal Organization
Tree of Hope (site of) Central Harlem Manhattan A talisman for performers
Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum Washington Heights Manhattan Historic cemetery in Washington Heights
Union Square Park Union Square Manhattan A park and popular gathering space that offers a flagship Farmers Market
Unisphere Corona Queens Built by US Steel as the symbol of the 1964-5 New York World's Fair
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
William F. Moore Park, or Spaghetti Park Corona Queens Park featuring bocce courts
Zuccotti Park (formerly Liberty Plaza Park) Financial District Manhattan Park rebuilt after 9/11/01 terrorist attack