From Houston to Broome, Lafayette to the Bowery and all the streets in between, we want you to experience one of New York City’s most authentic and endearing neighborhoods from the Nolitan Perspective.
From the historic architecture of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral to the enticing offerings at Will Leather, Rag & Bone & John Fluevog; from the lunch trucks to the sidewalk tables at Café Gitane to the dining rooms of Bread and Peasant, explore countless things to do in Lower Manhattan’s Nolita.
Largely centered around Mulberry Street, Little Italy represents New York’s Italian heritage that dates back to the 1880’s. Old school restaurants, cafés and gourmet food shops have welcomed hip, stylish trend-setters who now inhabit Nolita (North of Little Italy). Torrisi Italian Specialties, Despaña, Uncle Boons and Happy Bones are some of the few highlights of the evolving culinary landscape.
Once home to New York’s artists and avant-garde set, SoHo is now New York City’s premier boutique shopping destination. SoHo sits just “South of Houston Street” and is a short walk from The Nolitan Hotel. The cast-iron architectural elements and cobblestone streets make for a pleasant stroll during a day of shopping or sightseeing. Stop at Balthazar and breakfast with the best of them before you hit the shops on Broadway and West Broadway.
The Bowery is the oldest thoroughfare in Manhattan, which links our neighborhood to the Lower East Side. It now reigns as downtown New York’s cutting-edge music scene. From the Bowery Ballroom to the Mercury Lounge, you can find alternative rock, punk, bluegrass and everything in-between, just a short walk from The Nolitan Hotel.
You can forget you are in downtown New York when your enter bustling Chinatown by day. Explore the authentic Chinese markets or sample the tastiest dumplings in town. Prosperity Dumplings, Vanessa’s , or Joe’s Shanghai are the places to go! If exclusive and elusive is your thing, Apotheke serves up premium cocktails in this hidden speakeasy.