Bar & Restaurant
On the border of Little Italy and Chinatown, tourists and locals take advantage the melding of cultures at great restaurants, nightclubs, and shops. Here one can purchase everything from handbags to live fish. And even though the big-name design stores of SoHo are just a few minutes away, this busy stretch of Bowery Street has long been quite the shopping hot spot, particularly for lighting. With sand-colored hardwood floors and high ceilings, this second floor gallery-like space is spacious, bright, airy, and, most importantly it’s in almost new condition. Two large, east-facing windows let natural light in for most of the day, and track boutique lighting on the ceiling lights up the space at night. In addition to the central area, there are a few alcoves off to the side for storage or display. The neighborhood is busy any time of the week since anyone can grab a slice of pizza at Lombardi’s, dance the night away at Home Sweet Home, and take in some history at the Museum of Chinese in America are all nearby as are several subway stops, including the Bowery and Grand Streets stations.