Washington Square Park

5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, United States
111 reviews

Near the best places to have brunch, save one morning to visit this beautiful area. You wont regreat it.

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    0.21 mi

    IFC Center

    0.21 mi from Washington Square Park
    4 reviews

    Great place to go if you're looking for arthouse, off-beat or classic films. The best is when they have the director or another special guest there for the talk-back afterwards.

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    0.17 mi

    Blue Note Jazz Club

    0.17 mi from Washington Square Park
    9 reviews

    Went on an office outing to hear Odean Pope's Sax Choir. We got the best seats in the house, and the music was interesting and good. What would have made it better: The food: It's pricey and pretty meh. The staff: Didn't seem to care too much. When we went to check in with the host and said that we ...

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    0.13 mi

    8th Street Wine Cellar

    0.13 mi from Washington Square Park
    5 reviews

    What a great spot! Their happy hour is perfect, $20 bottles?! sign me up. The food is equally as enticing as their fully loaded wine lists.

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    0.22 mi

    GMT Tavern

    0.22 mi from Washington Square Park
    2 reviews

    Greenwich Village has a nice selection of taverns. GMT rightfully claims it's spot on the list. It's key attributes? Great selection of beers on tap, delicious apps to share, and a terrific location to spend a nice fall or spring afternoon in the outdoor seating section among the kinetic energy in the streets of Green Village.

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    0.08 mi

    Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    0.08 mi from Washington Square Park
    1 review

    Owned by New York University, The Jack H. Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (commonly known as the Skirball Center) is a 860-seat theater located on the south of Washington Square Park in the heart of Greenwich Village. Opened in 2003, The Skirball Center is the largest performing arts facility south of 42nd Street. The building was designed by Kevin ...

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    0.18 mi

    Fat Black Pussycat

    0.18 mi from Washington Square Park
    1 review

    My favorite bar in college. The Fat Black is located in the West Village, one of the most famous party neighborhoods in New York. The Fat Black Pussycat's greatest attribute is the lounge in the back. There are many niches of velvet thrones and couches with chandeliers overhead. The music is extremely varied.

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    0.17 mi

    124 Old Rabbit Club

    0.17 mi from Washington Square Park
    1 review

    Great speakeasy in NYC! The spots is unmarked except for the white rabbit painted on the black doors. There are a couple steps leading down to the doors. Once you walked in, it's dark with red lighting. The menu is mostly beer...US, British, German, Irish, etc. There aren't that many seats in here...maybe about 10. I thought this spot was ...

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    0.2 mi

    Booth Theatre

    0.2 mi from Washington Square Park
    1 review

    While visitng the Big Apple, we went to see a broadway play, "Other Desert Cities," at the Booth Theatre.

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    0.2 mi from Washington Square Park
    1 review

    Attractive shop selling minimalist housewares and women's clothing. Style is Scandinavian with a Japanese flare -- organic, simple, and sophisticated.

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    0.81 mi

    Flatiron Building

    0.81 mi from Washington Square Park
    69 reviews

    Even though I know it's there, it always intrigues me.

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    0.93 mi


    0.93 mi from Washington Square Park
    65 reviews

    Broadway is one of my favorite places in New York. Being a musical enthusiast, Broadway shows are a must-see. Each musical has their own designated theater. I've been to Mama Mia, Chicago and Phantom of the Opera, each one excellent in their own way.

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    0.49 mi

    Union Square

    0.49 mi from Washington Square Park
    73 reviews

    The epicentre of a bustling mix of activities, Union Square is a must stop in downtown NYC. The park is great for a lunch break on a sunny day, although sketchy at night. The Green Market is delightful, filled with fresh produce, flowers and artisan items, as is the artsy scene of musicians on the steps. Union Square also offers ...

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    0.38 mi

    Strand Book Store

    0.38 mi from Washington Square Park
    38 reviews

    A New York institution, the Strand promises miles of books and delivers, on three floors and every subject imaginable. I love that it's independent, I love that it's a mix of used and new books. It's even somehow charmingly New York-y cynical that you have to check your bag at the door, and, hey, it makes for unencumbered browsing.

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  • 14
    0.44 mi

    Housing Works Bookstore Cafe

    0.44 mi from Washington Square Park
    10 reviews

    An established New York destination as both an institution and tourist spot, the Housing Works Bookstore is known for its special events, book launches and fully stocked cafe where you can make new friends and chat with the employees, mostly working as volunteers. All profits go to the Housing Works foundation, so any purchase is even more appreciated.

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    0.68 mi

    Pearl River Mart

    0.68 mi from Washington Square Park
    3 reviews

    The best Asian department store in NYC. Conveniently located in trendy Soho, this two story haven wants me to go back to China. You can find everything from Chinese silk, tea sets, porcelain, traditional foods and plenty of good charms. The music and the serene decor make me go back again and again! If you are as obsessed as I ...

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    0.52 mi

    St. Patrick's Old Cathedral

    0.52 mi from Washington Square Park
    15 reviews

    St. Patrick's Cathedral is magnificent. It makes you feel so small, in the same way oceans or mountains do. The architecture is intricate and powerful. This is a must see for anyone and everyone.

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  • 17
    0.63 mi

    ABC Carpet & Home

    0.63 mi from Washington Square Park
    11 reviews

    For all you decor fanatics, myself included, ABC Carpet & Home has a lot in store for you: dazzling chandeliers, rich textiles, fine porcelain and global inspired pieces to create the perfect whimsical home. There are also some clothes and jewelry to be seen, as well. Go prepared to spend, great style comes with a hefty price, in this case.

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  • 18
    0.63 mi


    0.63 mi from Washington Square Park
    6 reviews

    Arranged over 5 floors in a spectacular landmarked townhouse, The Norwood Club is an exclusive private club that draws its membership from the international creative arts community. Exquisite Old World decor, perfect to hold events, meetings, dinners right in the heart of Meatpacking District.

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    0.53 mi

    The Evolution Store

    0.53 mi from Washington Square Park
    7 reviews

    The atmosphere in the store was very inviting.The selection of merchandise was excellent and the staff was professional,welcoming and knowledgeable.

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    0.64 mi

    New Museum

    0.64 mi from Washington Square Park
    12 reviews

    Founded in 1977, the New Museum is a leading destination for new art and new ideas, and Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum. Designed by Tokyo-based architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa/ SANAA, the museum is a seven-story, eight-level boxy structure located on Bowery Street, on the Lower East Side. In April 2008, the museum's new building was named one ...

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