With over 500,000 posts under the Instagram hashtag #greenwichvillage, our neighborhood has proven itself to be extremely Instagram-able. Join the thousands of fans and influencers celebrating Greenwich Village by adding your own photos to the hashtag! Read below for our curated list of the most picture perfect spots in the Village.
With the summer heat getting hotter every day, ice cream is the perfect daytime treat. Unfortunately, it’s always hard to pick a place to go to, since there is an overwhelming amount of ice cream parlors in New York City. Well, we’re here to help.
With Father’s Day right around the corner, now is the time to stop procrastinating and pick up your gift for Dad. This year you can celebrate dad while also supporting small businesses in Greenwich Village.
May is Small Business Month and we’re encouraging you to support small, locally owned storefront businesses. Eat, drink, shop and pamper yourself all while supporting Greenwich Village neighborhood establishments.
Last minute shopper? No need to fret! Give Mom the gift of shopping local this year with Village Bucks. Village Bucks is a digital gift card that works just like a MasterCard gift card and can be used at select merchants across our neighborhood with the amount of your choosing. See our curated list of activities that Mom can do to celebrate her special day!
Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22nd since 1970 and has gone global. We all can do our part in saving the planet and creating a better world. Whether you are looking for sustainable products, need more pointers or are looking to celebrate virtually, we’ve got some environmental tips to help you do your part.
The past year has been a challenging time for communities everywhere. Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, inflammatory and xenophobic remarks have increased the risk of violence and harm to Asian and AAPI individuals, communities, families, and businesses. During the past few months hate crimes have surged across United States and right here in New York City. We must do our part in proving support and solidarity to the Asian American community.
The Strangers Project is now on display in Greenwich Village in the windows of 36 East 8 Street. Stop by the storefront location to read the stories of others collected by The Strangers Project curator Brandon Doman.
Steeped in artistic, political and progressively social history, Greenwich Village today remains a cultural melting pot. The Village has been, and remains a bohemian capitol, a center of the modern LGBT movement and one of the birthplaces of the Beat and 60’s counter culture movements.
Explore the history of Greenwich Village, the neighborhood’s unique architecture, inspiring women, get a Tase of Tokyo at lunch. We have a walking tour that has something for all.