In the Neighborhood
Museums & Galleries
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Museum
This leading contemporary art museum presents works exploring Jewish themes, identity, and experience.
Located on the East Village/NoHo border, this space exudes elegance while boasting a few surprises; Duane Park is NYC's only burlesque supper club providing a sophisticated and cultured dining experience alongside the only live music and burlesque show in town.
Sure, this downtown hot spot serves beer, but order a draft and you’ll miss out on one of the outstanding signature Temple cocktails, including the Sgroppino (prosecco, vodka and lemon sorbet) and the Jalapeño Mojito, a hot twist on the old favorite that’s as fiery as it sounds.
Great Jones Cafe
A neighborhood favorite for almost 30 years, Great Jones Cafe serves enormous portions of Cajun and Southern favorites like po' boy sandwiches, pulled pork, blackened catfish, jambalaya, gumbo, jalapeno cornbread and crawfish chowder (as well as equally enormous servings of traditional Americana staples like chili, wings, burgers and fries).