Bar & Restaurant
The Lower East Side is undeniably the epicenter of NYC cool. In-the- know scenesters frequent this neighborhood to find the latest in fashion and food at shops like 7115 by SZEKI and restaurants like Pig and Khao. At the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge, this high-visibility, loft-like boutique on Clinton Street is right in the heart of the LES. You'll walk through floor-to- ceiling glass doors into a perfect retail space that has an old-school vibe with a modern sophistication. Think: muted tones, exposed-brick walls, high ceilings, and lots of light. Amenities include air conditioning and a bathroom. There's also an outdoor space in the back accessible via three french doors. The area is always busy with lots of foot traffic, especially on weekends, and it's easy to get to, too. Since it's just a 10-minute ride over the bridge to Brooklyn, biking is popular, and there is a CitiBike station nearby. The J/M/Z trains are three blocks away.