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The gorgeous neighborhood is defined by its picturesque architecture, celebrity sightings and restaurant staples. With so much to explore it’s hard to know how to narrow it all down. That’s why we’ve created the ultimate guide on SoHo, so you can experience all the best that the neighborhood has to offer.
An absolute classic for brunch, Sadelle’s has become a NYC icon in just a matter of a few years. Be sure to order their beloved bagels and sticky buns!
Where: 463 W Broadway, New York
2. Pi Bakerie
This under-the-radar Greek bakery is one of SoHo’s best kept secrets. From mouthwatering Nutella baklava, Spanakopita Pi, Salmon Koulouri, fresh juices, and our personal favorite, the Greek Yogurt Bar, you can’t go wrong stopping here for a quick bite before work.
Where: 512 Broome St, New York
3. Dominique Ansel Bakery
The now global sensation is home to a multitude of famous items including the Cookie Shot, Frozen S’more, Blossoming Hot Chocolate, and of course, the most known, the Cronut. The croissant/donut hybrid changes flavors every month, and it never repeats! Trust us, this one’s worth the hype.
Where: 189 Spring St., New York
If you have yet to indulge in the viral Japanese soufflé pancakes, head over to Flipper’s immediately. We recommend the Strawberry Flipper’s Pancake.
Where: 337 W Broadway Unit A, New York
Escape to Paris with this hidden garden, providing the perfect atmosphere for a cappuccino and one too many macarons.
Where: 398 W Broadway, New York
6. Felix Roasting Co.
Best known for their beautiful atmosphere, Felix Roasting Co. is the perfect coffeeshop to check out when you’re really feeling like treating yourself. Even their to-go cups are gorgeous!
Where: 104 Greene St., New York
7. Ground Support
You’d easily miss this hole in the wall on West Broadway if it weren’t for the cutest dogs hanging around outside every day! Definitely a local hangout, Ground Support is a one-stop shop for your morning coffee, bagel, and much needed endorphins from adorable animals.
Where: 399 W Broadway, New York
Maman has multiple locations across NYC, however, SoHo’s/NoLita’s Little Paris location might just be the best. From quaint indoor seating to a hidden back patio, it’s a great place to do remote work, chat with a friend, or catch up on some reading.
Where: 239 Centre St., New York
Do we really need to explain? Pro tip: keep an eye out for celebrities. Many frequent the iconic restaurant!
Where: 80 Spring St., New York
10. Prince Street Pizza
Though Price Street Pizza is technically in NoLita, we think it’s worth mentioning since it’s just a quick walk from anywhere in the neighborhood. Their pizza never disappoints.
Where: 27 Prince St A, New York
11. Antique Garage
From its funky decor to its inventive menu, Antique Garage is your secret weapon to impress someone. Take them here and we promise they’ll think you know all the coolest spots in town.
Where: 41 Mercer St, New York
12. Bistro Les Amis
For those looking for traditional Italian comfort food, you can’t go wrong with Bistro Les Amis. And don’t forget to pair whatever you get with a glass of wine!
Where: 180 Spring St, New York
13. La Mercerie
If you haven’t already been, you’ve definitely seen this dazzling corner on Instagram! La Mercerie offers elegance, extravagance, and refinement from their aesthetics to their menu.
Where: 53 Howard St, New York
14. Pera SoHo
Every Monday – Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm you can enjoy $10 cocktails & mezes!
Where: Corner of 54 Thompson Street, Broome St, New York
15. Sweet & Vicious
The frozen margaritas are addicting & refreshing—but beware, they’ll sneak up on you! You can order them in a variety of flavors including classic, strawberry, peach, mango, guava, pomegranate liquor, and jalepeno tequila. The massive backyard also works perfectly for team drinks!
Where: 5 Spring St, New York
Chef George Mendes and Restaurateur David Rabin have carefully curated a collection of indoor and outdoor environments fit for every type of mood, be it dining, drinking, or socializing.
Where: 23 Grand St., New York
Nothing beats a cocktail at the JIMMY on a nice sunny NYC day. Not to mention, it’s located above Veranda so you can head right up once you’ve finished down there.
Where: 15 Thompson St., New York
18. Kenn’s Broome Street Bar
Unlike most bars in SoHo, Kenn’s Broome Street Bar brings the divey-vibes that are rather rare to find in the neighborhood.
Where: 363 W Broadway, New York
19. Little Ways
This insta-worthy spot invites you to sink into their velvet furniture with a glass in hand. Don’t be fooled by the beautiful bar, their food menu means business. We’re still dreaming about the crab linguine!
Where: 343 W Broadway, New York
20. Paul’s Casablanca
NYC nightlife legend, Paul Sevigny, is responsible for the exclusive, swanky joint, Paul’s Casablanca, with co-owners Brian McPeck and Dominick D’Alleva. Notorious for a hard door, your best bet for entry is in the outfit—think all black and chic!
Where: 305 Spring St., New York
21. Butterfly SoHo
For those looking for a more chill vibe, Butterfly SoHo is the perfect medium. Feeling like conversing? Cozy into on of their booths! Need to shake those hips? Head to the dance floor!
Where: 60 Thompson St, New York
Late Night Bites
22. Fanelli Cafe
Who doesn’t want steak frites after midnight?! This historic establishment on Mercer & Prince Streets is open until 1am.
Where: 94 Prince St, New York
23. Blue Ribbon Brasserie
Though Blue Ribbon Brasserie used to be known for its crazy late hours from 4pm to 4am, seven nights a week, it still operates fairly late with a 2am closing time.
Where: 97 Sullivan St., New York
24. SoHo Grand Hotel
The SoHo Grand Hotel is modern class with a magnificent bar and salon that are complimented by a vinyl spinning DJ. For a night’s stay, whether you’re visiting NYC or booking a staycation you’ll be sure to love their spacious suites.
Where: 310 W Broadway, New York
25. NOMO SoHo
Most familiar for its twinkling green archway, NOMO SoHo offers more than a quality stay. From its photogenic design to its kitchen, you’ll want to move in permanently!
Where: 9 Crosby St., New York
26. Modernhaus SoHo
Home to the aforementioned JIMMY rooftop, Modernhaus SoHo has all the luxuries you could ask for. Whether you’re taking “a swim at skyscraper level” or enjoying the 11,000 square feet of outdoor space, this hotel provides a perfect haven in the neighborhood.
Where: 27 Grand St., New York
27. Arlo SoHo
Catch views of the Hudson River and the Freedom Tower from this year-round rooftop!
Where: 231 Hudson St 11th Floor, New York
28. Little Paris
Another technically NoLita spot, but the borders are all a bit of blur, right? Little Paris runs on Centre Street between Broome Street & Grand Street, showcasing French culture with bakeries, wine bars, boutiques and more. Learn all about its history here.
Where: Centre Street in Nolita/SoHo (between Broome & Grand St.)
29. Museum of Ice Cream
If you’re looking for a sweet activity in the heart of SoHo, head on over to the Museum of Ice Cream! Right now they’re even hosting a scream-worthy experience (and not just for the ice cream). Enjoy a wonderland of pink skeletons, jack-o-lanterns, and fun games at the limited-time “Museum of I-Scream.”
Where: 558 Broadway, New York