Visiting NYC

In the Neighborhood

SoHo stands for South of Houston Street and is known from its cast-iron buildings that give the neighborhood its distinct appearance. Home to designer boutiques, chic restaurants, and art galleries, SoHo is one of the fashion and art capitals of the world.

What to see and do?

Where to eat?

  • Balthazar

    Iconic French brasserie with steak frites, brunch & pastries in a classy space with red banquettes.

  • Mr. Chow

    Upscale Chinese fare served by white-jacketed waiters in a posh space.

  • Mercer Kitchen

    Perennially hip SoHo fixture serving creative, upscale cuisine in sleek subterranean environs.

  • Blue Ribbon Sushi

    Relaxed sushi bar offering classic rolls & sake in a cozy, traditional atmosphere.

  • Uncle Boon’s

    Creative Thai eats & cocktails in a small, funky cafe with brick walls & Bangkok flea market-decor.

  • Lombardi’s Pizza

    Landmark NoLita restaurant serving coal-fired, thin-crust Neapolitan pizza since 1905.

  • Dominique Ansel Bakery

    Home of the cronut, this bakery-cafe serves up creative & beautiful French treats.

  • Laduree

    Upscale bakery with Parisian origins, specializing in French macarons in a number of flavors.

Where to drink?

  • Pegu Club

    Audrey Saunders' pioneering cocktail lounge serves classic & creative drinks in a stylish setting.

  • Jimmy at the James

    18th-story cocktail lounge in James Hotel features an elegant, contemporary interior & rooftop deck.

  • Attaboy

    Innovative, creative cocktails & classic concoctions mixed up in an industrial-style space.

  • City Vineyard

    Restaurant on the Hudson River with a roof deck for simple American food & wine with river & skyline views.

  • Grand Banks

    Seasonal oyster bar on the deck of a historic fishing boat serves seafood entrees & drinks.

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