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Lower East Side
Travel Essentials:
The Lower East Side is seen as one of the “trendier” areas of New York. Its shorter buildings,
street graffiti, street vendors, and laid-back vibe are a far cry from looking like the tall
cityscape of Midtown. Whether in the mood for a quick bite at the famous Katz's Deli
( ) , or strolling the streets to view the street art, the LES filled
with buzzing restaurants and bars The LES has become a popular neighborhood for night-
life. Music venues such as Bowery Electric ( ) , or the Mercury
Lounge ( offer live shows daily. Orchard and Ludlow have be-
come popular streets for dancing, martinis, and lounges.
Where to Eat:
$-Sao Mai- Their Pho tai is out of this world and the locals know it. Ex-
tremely flavorful broth, beef thin and rare, the noodles are homemade and
$-Zucker Bakery -Oogle at this bakery's large assortment of sweets and
treats. Insider's Tip: Their alfajores cookies (dulce de leche filled cookie
sandwich rolled in coconut flakes) are something to write home to mom
$$-China North Dumpling- From the homemade kimchi to homemade
dumplings, anything goes in this delicious eatery.
$$-Stanton Social-This 3 level space takes eclectic to a new level. Decad-
ent gourmet small plates, high-end cocktails & music make this a chic, trendy
spot. 99 Stanton Street, New York, NY 10002
Where to Drink and Party:
$-Spitzer's Corner Bar -Great place to mingle. Get lost in the variety of
beers on tap.
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