(This is a route developed for the Clarice app)
Food, art and shopping all meet in the eclectic neighbourhood of SoHo!
Start off by grabbing a bite with the locals at the Cupping Room Café, then make your way through art exhibitions, film screenings and independent markets before you settle down for a drink at the Ear Inn, one of the oldest bars in town.
Cupping Room Café
What was once the “tallest” building in Soho, the Cupping Room is far off that title now, but it’s still serving delicious breakfast treats!
Established in the late 70s, this rustic café offers one of the best brunches in New York City.
Visit this locals’ favorite and if you’re lucky you might even spot a celebrity!
Children’s Museum of the Arts
Children can express their inner artist at this museum!
Joining forces with artists already in the industry, this nonprofit venue promotes creative programs for families all over the city.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids, this is where you should go!
The Drawing Center
Founded in 1977 by curator Martha Beck, this museum focuses solely on the art of drawing!
Visit the gallery and enjoy a wide range of drawings, some using traditional techniques and others exploring more contemporary approaches.
Besides the usual exhibitions, the Drawing Center organizes Open Sessions where everyone is invited to discuss art and the role of drawing throughout the years.
The Market NYC
Find the best bargains at the Market NYC!
Every weekend designers, artists and entrepeneurs take over two warehouses and display their work in the heart of Williamsburg and Greenwich Village.
From clothing to accessories, here you can buy goods directly from the maker itself!
Dean & Deluca
The first Dean & Deluca shop opened in Soho back in 1977!
Since then this gourmet food venue has spread all over the US and the world, including Japan and Thailand.
Dean & Deluca were one of the firsts to introduce balsamic vinegar, dried mushrooms and many other international ingredients to the US society.
Any food enthusiast will love visiting this shop!
Film lovers will feel right at home at the Film Forum!
Screening independent films since 1970, the program now features a wide range of films from international festival winners to American classics.
Film Forum diverges from the commercial cinemas by carefully selecting films that present unique visual qualities and had an effect on today’s audience.
Have a drink at one of the oldest bars in New York City!
Open until 4 am every day, Ear Inn is sometimes called “The James Brown House”, named after an African-American war hero who built the house in 1817.
Today the bar is visited by both locals and tourists that come here to have a light meal or a drink and enjoy the occasional live music shows!