Bar & Restaurant
Meandering tree-lined streets and pre-war townhouses have cemented the West Village as one of New York City’s most charming neighborhoods. Creative types have been drawn to the area for generations - looking for both inspiration and a laid back, amiable lifestyle. Just a few blocks from the famous elevated park, the High Line, this one-story space offers a touch of that downtown magic - privacy, and character. With over 6,000 combined square feet, the structure, built in 1920, is impressive inside and out. The brick facade is eye-catching with large windows adorned with wrought iron and a floor-to-ceiling door that make loading in easy--the entrance is drive-in capable. Inside light flows through multiple skylights with motorized shades above the main studio which has concrete floors, exposed brick walls, and a raised floor. There are two green rooms off of the entrance hallway. Shops like Calypso and Louboutin, restaurants including Barbuto and the Spotted Pig, and the new Whitney Museum make this part of town very popular. And the A/C/E trains a few blocks away make it easy to get to.