Noho i New York

NoHo

Noho i New York

NoHo
(North of Houston Street) is a little bit difficult to define. The area is north of SoHo but NoHo is not quite the Soho and not quite the East Village either. The area is home to some university housing, but it´s also home to Screaming Mimi’s and Memes, cool Dave’s Quality Meat (that don´t sell a single piece of meat, but have become world famous for their stylish sneakers) and the legendary bookstore The Strand.

There are also some old school music venues and bars in NoHo, but mostly the area is known for its proximity to the university.

Everything is within walking distance of NoHo. The area is adjacent to Houston Street on the south side, West Broadway, Bowery Street to the east and Astor Place in the north.

A small selection of places we recommend:
Agnes B
French fashion designer with her own label since 1975. She is known for simple low-key, ”not-designed” garments in a color scale that alternate between black and white.
13 East 16th Street
www.agnesb.com

Bigelow Pharmacy
USA’s oldest pharmacies and a classic that has iconic status. Here you will find everything that you will not find at the usual boring pharmacies. Among many other things, they also have their own brand with great beauty products.
414 Avenue of the Americas
www.bigelowchemists.com

BLT Burger
Classic burger joint that serves juicy and good burgers. There are seven different varieties that you can wash down with milkshakes with names like Rocky Road Oreo and Fandango. There are also a good selection of beers.
470 Sixth Avenue
www.bltburger.com

Il Buco
In this small, cozy neighborhood restaurant you will find great Italian food in a homely environment.
47 Bond Street
www.ilbuco.com

Café Reggio
Nostalgic coffee shop that also is Greenwich Village’s oldest. Strong Italian coffee, pastries, pastas and panini are served in charming bohemian environment which has been in movies like The Godfather and Serpico.
119 MacDougal street
www.cafereggio.com

Concrete Skate Shop
Many skateboard shops today feels more like trendy clothing stores. But here it´s a skateboards that counts and the shop is a popular place to hang out for riders around Union Square’s skateboard park.
37 West 13th street
www.concreteny.com

IFC Centre
The place for independent and classical films.
323 Sixth Avenue
www.ifccenter.com

Screaming Mimi’s
Retro chic and vintage clothing at affordable prices. Has long been a favourite among designers and stylists.
382 Lafayette Street
www.screamingmimis.com

The Strand

Is the book published you can be sure to found it in this well-stocked bookstore. Lengths with shelves that are packed with just all sorts of books, both new and used.
828 Broadway
www.strandbooks.com