Need a break from your stressful day? Look no further than Grounded, a coffee house in the West Village established in 2005 by siblings Mark and Jennifer Greenberg. Order from an extensive menu of coffees, teas, smoothies, sandwiches and salads, and desserts. Enjoy your tea as you relax on one of . . . more
Located between 9th & 10th avenues bet 15th & 16th streets. Formally the NaBisCo (National Biscuit Company) ,which was originally comprised of several bakeries who later formed one company. In 1959 NaBisCo factories moved its bakeries to Fair Lawn NJ where they reside today. The Chelsea Market . . . more
The joie de vivre so particular to the French is evident in each and every product sold at Zoomies, a fun, friendly and beautiful West Village pet boutique. All pets and their owners will be delighted by the bright, bold colors and the array of pet essentials on display at this haven for pooches . . . more
Accomplished esthetician Nadia Dekhkanova has perfected the art of skin care with her signature facial treatment customized specifically for each client’s needs. Facials include a private skin consultation to ensure optimal results. Customize your own natural facial and body masks, made from . . . more
Wine bars are as uncommon as well planned Manhattan rooftops with great views. Open a little more than a year, AYZA Wine + Chocolate Bar is an unexpected and welcome addition to the neighborhood. Tucked onto 31st Street between Fifth Avenue and Broadway, AYZA offers a selection of Jaques Torres . . . more
Formerly known as Miller's Harness Company, and later Copperfield's, Manhattan Saddlery is the only tack shop in all of New York City. Although the shop has changed names throughout the years, it has remained a family business for over 80 years. The family owned tack shop continues to sell the . . . more
Lay to rest the verity of "One man's trash is another man's treasure." Treasures abound! Made from glorious works on paper, this charming assortment of glass trays, plates, coasters and paperweights emerges as art using the age-old technique of decoupage.
For her entire career Ellen Christine has immersed herself in a milliner's life of fashion and style. Her designs were initially for the trade only, but over the past sixteen years she has made her services available to retail clients too, creating classic but whimsical designs for those . . . more
Simplicity is the first ingredient at Cones Ice Cream Artisans, a fantastic ice cream parlor that has been part of the West Village since 2002. Really masters of their trade, each flavor is made from scratch using all natural ingredients. The flavors are so fresh and so vibrant, made from seasonal . . . more
Frye Boots flagship store in SoHo, is the only store of its kind where you will find quality leather goods with a rich family history to match. First established almost 150 years ago in 1863, the Frye family company has dedicated themselves to beautiful shoe making throughout the years. Along with . . . more
With a love for dining and romantic antiques, restaurateur & chef, Utku Cinel, has transformed this former auto body shop into a chic SoHo café. A menu of Mediterranean dishes with cultural influences of French, Italian, Turkish and modernized Ottoman cuisine.
Corner Bistro is the last of the bohemian bars in West Greenwich Village, has been serving customers since the earlier part of this century. The original ambiance is pretty much unchanged. The atmosphere at Corner Bistro is laid back and divey with an eclectic crowd. One of those places you go to . . . more
The British invasion has hit once again, bringing stylish men’s footwear to New York City with Jeffery-West’s first U.S. store. Hand made in the shoe-making capital of the world, Northampton, England, this innovative shop delivers the finest quality shoes, with the fit of a tailor-made pair, . . . more