588 Broadway, Suite 803
New York, New York 10012
Take the subway
at Prince Street
at Bleecker Street
When you visit, we’d recommend a stroll around the neighborhood. Soho is full of energy, history, culture, and inspiration. Here are some of our favorite spots:
A true Italian deli that feels like a mini-vacation in the middle of the day. 267 Lafayette St.
The best place to scour the trends that will influence the masses a couple years down the road. They've reinvented luxury retail and made it radical. 35 Howard St.
Take a short lunch-time trip to Tokyo — from Sushi and fresh vegetables to skincare and back scratchers. 494 Broome St.
Beautiful colors, friendly sales associates, and delicious tea. 67 Prince St.
Saturdays Surf introduces “surf culture” to Soho, the mecca of NYC fashion. Make sure to peruse the shop with their very own freshly brewed cup of coffee or latte. 31 Crosby St.
This Cuban diner proves that the most unassuming looking places can sometimes have the best food. Try the chicken tortilla soup—it may change your life. 17 Prince St
Named for the 18th century English term for Gin, Madam Geneva offers gin specialty cocktails, as well as Asian-style treats. Try the deviled eggs! 4 Bleecker St.
Peruse the stacks at this small, yet well-curated independent bookstore. 52 Prince St.
Indie-metal-punk vinyl record champions of the neighborhood! 210 Thompson St.
Awesome Italian sandwiches made by a dude watching 80s horror flicks. 105 Sullivan St.