Inside Black Tree Sandwich Shop, 131 Orchard St. Photo via restaurant’s Facebook page.
Today’s Lower East Side restaurant news:
The Daily News says chef Hung Huynh has “clearly got something to prove (at The General on the Bowery). And he’s doing it with a thoughtful, precise and surprisingly well-executed menu that’s better than it needs to be … Continue reading
Image via Delicate Raymond’s Facebook page.
Time is winding down to finish up your Christmas shopping. But no fear, the LES has you covered! Here’s the latest installment of our “Keeping it Local” holiday guide.
Delicate Raymond at 73 Orchard Street has a wide selection of vintage jewelry priced at $5. No that’s not a typo.
Jewelry designer … Continue reading
Tenement Museum, 103 Orchard Street.
Here’s another edition of our local holiday shopping guide. Enjoy.
The Tenement Museum is featuring $30 gift ideas for under $30. There’s the classic Greek diner ceramic mug for $12.95, or how about the always-popular New York subway puzzle for $15.95 or, of course, a great selection of LES and New York-themed … Continue reading
Image via FAB tumblr page.
Here’s your weekend edition of our “keeping it local” holiday guide. Remember: keep sending us your shopping, dining and event ideas to email@example.com.
Tonight Fourth Arts Block is saying so long to its cafe by throwing a holiday party from 5-7. Next year the space will become the “FAB Lab,” a shared … Continue reading
Economy Candy. Photo by Vivienne Gucwa.
We continue our “keeping it local” holiday guide today with more suggestions from the neighborhood:
It’s hard to beat Lower East Side institution Economy Candy when it comes to “can’t miss,” crowd-pleasing gifts. The options are way too numerous to name but here are a couple of suggestions; Hammond’s jumbo handmade … Continue reading
A nice gift idea for rock & roll fans: Sex Pistols – The Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Swindle – Double LP, Vintage Vinyl – First Pressing. $30.
We continue our holiday guide today featuring a few of the sweet shops on lower Orchard Street. We’re taking a look at ways you can help support Lower East … Continue reading
Stanton Street Shul.
Rabbi Josh Yuter at the Stanton Street Shul let us know that they have raised $10,000 through crowdfunding site Lucky Ant, which means the synagogue’s post-Hurricane Sandy campaign to repair water damage has been successful. But Stanton Street still must raise a total of $30,000 to be eligible for matching funds through the … Continue reading
Daha Vintage, 175 Orchard Street. Photo via New York Magazine.
Every day this month we’re offering suggestions for keeping it local this holiday season. Lower East Side businesses are still struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. We’d love to hear your ideas. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TLD reader Stacy Musselman recommends Daha Vintage, the … Continue reading
Ian Trask’s unique Christmas ornament is available at Recession Art.
Here are some more suggestions for keeping it local during the holidays — Lower East Side gift ideas. Send us your favorite neighborhood gift inspirations at email@example.com. We’ll have a new installment of “Keeping it Local” every day this month.
Recession Art at Culturefix (9 Clinton Street) … Continue reading
New York subway token necklaces by Erika Weiner.
We continue our holiday guide today — a look at ways you can help support Lower East Side merchants, restaurants and non-profits this holiday season. Remember your suggestions are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The guys at the Low Line (aka the Delancey Underground) has set up an e-store in support … Continue reading
The holiday season is always incredibly important to local retailers and restaurant owners. But this year, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, home-grown businesses need our support more than ever. So every day in December we’ll be bringing you suggestions for shopping and dining on the Lower East Side. We’ll also be bringing you … Continue reading