Founded by a street vendor, this edgy St. Mark's shop fits right into the neighborhood. It carries an eclectic mix of ... More
East Village Books and Records
Founded by a street vendor, this edgy St. Mark's shop fits right into the neighborhood. It carries an eclectic mix of authors, from Bukowski and Hemingway to Proust and Zola. Do not bother searching for such lightweight authors as Danielle Steele or Sydney Sheldon. However, you may find Abbie Hoffman's Steal This Book or The Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky instead. There is also a small selection of compact discs for sale.
A classic, cluttered little used bookstore with a remarkably well-selected of titles. The employees are knowlegable and you can take your time wandering through the stacks. Also, they're pleased to take your used books off your hands.
This small bookshop, which is affiliated with The Himalayan Institute, is a serene oasis on bustling Fifth Avenue. Soothing new
age music plays in the background and incense creates a calming aroma. The shop carries a wide selection of ...
Located on a stretch of Bleecker Street filled with nightspots, this record store has long been a stopover for people
who are in the neighborhood to see live music, dance at clubs, drink in bars or eat at the ...
The Hilton Manhattan East is conveniently located on New York's East side, one block away from the United Nations and
within walking distance of some of New York's sites and restaurants. The hotel's central location makes it an ideal ...