House | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
This beautiful apartment features 1 full-sized bed and a living room area with a queen-sized sofa bed, 1 large terrace shared with the next door neighbor.
The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen features a microwave, toast-r-oven, coffee maker, plus a flat-screen TV and WIFI.
Laundromat across the street.
In addition, you are within walking distance of the restaurants in the historic lower east side. Centrally located for enjoying neat NYC bars, lounges, and restaurants, and many other exciting, tourist sites.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The New York region
The Lower East Side is Manhattan's most eclectic grit-meets-glam neighborhood. Probably best known for the slew of trendy bars and lounges that sprung up in the early 2000's (most of which remain alive and well), the Lower East Side also has a funky mix of trendy boutiques, mom-and-pop shops, cozy cafes, and chic restaurants.
With longtime residents and first-generation hipsters welcoming a new wave of students and young professionals to the area, the diverse population continues to grow.
Lower East Side Boundaries:
The Lower East Side stretches east from the Bowery to the East River Park. It is bordered on the north by Houston Street and the south by Canal Street and East Broadway.
Lower East Side Transportation:
Subway: B,D to Grand; F,V to 2nd Avenue; J,M to Bowery; 6 to Broadway/Lafayette
Bus: The M9 runs downtown on Essex Street. The M15 runs both downtown and uptown on Allen Street. The M103 travels along Bowery, and the M21 runs cross-town along Houston Street.
Duane Reade, 100 Delancey Street (at Ludlow)
RX Plus, 289 Grand Street (at Eldridge)
For chips, soda, and sandwiches, there are bodegas and delis located on almost every corner. For fresh and affordable farmstand produce, seafood, meats, baked goods, and bulk-food items, visit the Essex Street Market (Essex Street between Delancey and Rivington), open daily from 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Key Foods, a supermarket that rivals Gristedes and Food Emporium, is a short walk across Houston Street in the lower East Village. It is located on 4th Street and Avenue A.
Lower East Side Nightlife:
The area in and around Essex, Clinton, Stanton, and Rivington Streets have enough bars, lounges, and clubs to keep you moving all night. If dancing is your thing, check out Sapphire Lounge and Element, and as far as dive bars and pubs go, Whiskey Ward, Lolita, and Essex Street Ale House are local favorites. To join the faux-hawk and sunglasses scene, stop by Fat Baby, The Living Room, and R Bar.
The 'hood is also bustling with live music venues, so make sure to check out the daily artist bookings at Bowery Ballroom, Mercury Lounge, Rockwood Music Hall, and Arlene's Grocery.
Lower East Side Restaurants:
Explore the neighborhood and find a wide variety of food establishments, from top-rated Manhattan restaurants and international eateries to scrumptious sandwich shops and local diners. To sample a wide variety of Italian and South American fare, stop by The Orchard, a popular Lower East Side choice for both lunch and dinner.
For post-bar crawl munchies, make sure to check out Rosario's Pizza at 173 Orchard for cheap and delicious late-night pizza.
If you're a morning person, the Clinton Street Baking Company (Clinton Street between Stanton and Houston) is a popular spot for Sunday brunch. Tables fill up fast, so make reservations or be prepared to wait up to an hour and a half.
Lower East Side Parks and Recreation:
The East River Park stretches along the East River from Montgomery Street to 12th Street and has football, soccer, and baseball fields, a full-size track, and an amphitheater, which is used for public performances.
Sara Roosevelt Park, located between Chrystie and Forsynth Streets, stretches from Canal Street to Houston Street and has several basketball courts, soccer fields, and small community gardens.