Although one of NYC’s tiniest neighborhoods, NoHo is filled with eclectic restaurants, art galleries, and boho-chic shopping outlets. The home of artists like Andy Warhol, NoHo’s unconventional character and rich architecture make for a splendid afternoon walk. Whether it’s live poetry readings, classical theatre screenings, or sublime shopping, this East Village neighborhood has something for everyone. Here are our curated picks of activities that will entertain any traveler roaming through this funky neighborhood.
Poetry readings, improv acts, and open mic nights make this popular gathering spot for both established and emerging artists a must-see stop. The mission of Bowery Poetry Club is to develop and produce works from emerging poets and performers, sharing in the creativity process. On any given night, guests are treated to jazz and folk performance acts, political verse poems, and hip-hop lessons. Enjoy one of the club’s mixed drink creations named after famous poets and writers.