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- 4,6 @ Bleecker St Lexington
- F @ Second Ave
• 220 South St @ Catherine Slip
Manhattan Mini Storage in Chelsea
• 510 W 21st St @ 11th Ave
• 520 West 17th Street
• 524 West 23rd Street
• 541 W 29th St @ 11th Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage in Inwood
• 5030 Broadway @ W 213th St
Manhattan Mini Storage in Midtown
• 520 Eighth Ave, 19th Fl @ 36th St
• 543 West 43rd Street
• 645 W 44th St @ West Side Hwy
Manhattan Mini Storage in Soho
• 161 Varick St @ Vandam St
• 260 Spring St @ Varick St
Manhattan Mini Storage in the East Village
• 28 Second Ave @ E Second St.
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper East Side
• 401 E 110th St @ First Ave
• 420 E 62nd St @ First Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper West Side
• 570-571 Riverside Drive
• 108-110 W 107th St @ Columbus Ave
• 600 West 58th Street
Indie films and cult films have a home at this LES staple. Not to mention the popcorn is consistently fresh, and comes with a variety of toppings.
This movie theater and café is a great place to eat and hang out, then catch the newest independent film release that you can't find anywhere else.
A famous music venue on Delancey Street, this small club hosts nightly concerts and serves as the namesake for at least one of Joan Baez's Bowery Songs albums.
Known simply as Katz's to New Yorkers, this kosher-style delicatessen restaurant specializing in giant sandwiches is also where where Meg Ryan moaned her way into orgasm history in When Harry met Sally. Today, the table is marked with a sign that says "Hope you have what she had!"
This restaurant features New Italian cuisine is a favorite among LES locals for its romantic low lighting and the chef's attention to detail.
Hidden down a small alleyway, this all-American restaurant on the LES is a favorite among locals for its minimalist approach to food and its taxidermy inspired decor. Try their Greek yogurt with vanilla syrup.
Famous for its central knoll and basketball court, this is a favorite hangout for locals on those hot summer days. Looking for a good howl? Check out Wigstock, an outdoor drag festival in the park every year.
The setting of Broadway hits Avenue Q and Rent, this LES neighborhood was originally part of the red light district of Manhattan and one of the worst slums but is now a popular residential neighborhood with great restaurants and jumping bars.
Home of the "Alamo" sculpture, more commonly referred to as "The Cube," check out this street which is the center of a lot of skateboarding activity.
Yes, some say it's haunted but with its old-fashioned décor mixed with modern amenities, like free wi-fi, iPod docks and flat screens, and an uber popular bar, you'll be fine with running into a few ghosts.
Located mostly in Greenwich Village, a portion of the campus filters over into the East Village, while many students overflow into the neighborhood bars.