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The eating, drinking, and shopping are all premium-grade, but the draw of the West Village runs deeper than finding the boots or the 1 cheeseburger that will change your life.The fact that the writer and poet Dylan Thomas drank himself to death at the White Horse Tavern, or that Chumley’s was once a speakeasy, enhances the appeal of hopping onto a bar stool in one of these joints. That’s because a place that bears the exquisite distress of so many stories offers a richer experience than one where fewer interesting lives have come and gone (Bob Dylan lived at 161 West 4th Street and wrote a song about it). Even though you’re not thinking about that as you pick up after your dog on the next corner--which, by the way, a few more West Village residents could stand to do (you know who you are)--the feeling of the neighborhood descends from a tradition of creativity and free thought that was an institution when Jane (rather than Marc) Jacobs resided here. Even beyond the allure of the beautiful old brownstones and the most idyllic blocks, there’s something magnetic about walking where Twain, Faulkner, and Baldwin (James, not Alec, or Stephen, you TMZ’ers) walked.

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As long as there has been a grid, The West Village has been off of it. Literally speaking, many of the streets are named instead of numbered and turn at odd angles--a layout that even gives some New Yorkers fits (those who live above 14th Street, anyway). Culturally, the West Village as a bastion of Bohemianism emerged around the turn of the 20th century when an influx of immigrants and industry diversified the neighborhood and brought down real estate values to the point that upper-class citizens began to flee up fifth Avenue toward Central Park. Literary salons, private art galleries, shopping emporia, and experimental theatre soon proliferated. The writers’ enclave at Patchin Place was established by the likes of e.e. cummings, Theodore Dreiser, and Djuna Barnes. By World War I, the neighborhood had become a tourist attraction known for its tolerance of radicalism and non-conformity, and its celebration of artistic innovation. In the decades that followed, the West Village saw the opening of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s modern art museum on 8th Street, the Beat movement, performances by every jazz great you can name at the Village Vanguard, and the beginning of the gay and lesbian rights movement as marked by the rebellion at the Stonewall Inn. While the population of the neighborhood currently reflects a very different socioeconomic stratum than it did during the true Bohemian Age--gelaterias now outnumber starving artists-much of the architecture and character of that era are still intact. This is thanks to the strong, and still persistent, preservation efforts that began in the 1940s. The Ear Inn, one of the oldest bars in Manhattan, was an early example of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission acting to protect a historic building. The Jefferson Market Courthouse, now part of the New York Public Library, was also saved by the outcry of the community when faced with demolition. The atmosphere of creativity and tolerance still permeates the West Village; this neighborhood is still the gayest place straight men have ever clamored to live in. You can catch a poetry reading at the Westbeth Building, pick up some new trash talk at The Cage, tuck into a steak at Old Homestead, run it off at Hudson River Park, and see where Poe was treated at the Northern Dispensary. Simply put, the West Village is still perfect for eating, drinking, shopping, meandering, hanging out, going on dates, and generally having more fun than you can afford. And if you can’t afford any of it, then simply walk the High Line and content yourself that you’re (literally) above it all, anyway. Looking for more?

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So many classics, so little time: check out The Ear Inn and The White Horse Tavern for history, the Jazz Gallery and the Village Vanguard for classic jazz, SOB’s for world music, Marie’s Crisis and the Duplex for show tunes and cabaret, and Art Bar and Employees Only to feel relatively (but not too) hip. Then catch a movie at either IFC or revival house Film Forum.

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t"SU#BSt52 8th Ave [W 4th St] 212-727-0244 Great spaces, cool crowd. t"SUIVShT5BWFSOt57 Grove St [Bleecker St] 212-675-6879 Featuring great jazz and blues since 1937. t#BSSPXhT1VCt463 Hudson St [Barrow St] 212-741-9349 Low-key, old man bar. t#MJOE5JHFS"MF)PVTFt281 Bleecker St [Jones] 212-462-4682 Different location, same idea (beer). t%VQMFYt61 Christopher St [Seventh Ave S] 212-255-5438 Everything's still fun. t5IF&BS*OOt326 Spring St [Greenwich St] 212-226-9060 2nd oldest bar in NYC. A great place. t&NQMPZFFT0OMZt510 Hudson St [W 10th St] 212-242-3021 Classy cocktails for big bucks. t(BTMJHIU-PVOHFt400 W 14th St [Ninth Ave] 212-807-8444 Laid back attitude. t)FOSJFUUB)VETPOt438 Hudson St [Morton] 212-924-3347 Good lesbian vibe. t+B[[(BMMFSZt290 Hudson St [Spring St] 212-242-1063 Not-for-profit jazz venue. t+PIOOZhT#BSt90 Greenwich Ave [W 12th St] 212-741-5279 Occassional celeb sightings at this popular dive. t,FUUMFPG'JTIt59 Christopher St [7th Ave S] 212-414-2278 Cozy couches and darts. t.BSJFhT$SJTJTt59 Grove St [7th Ave S] 212-243-9323 Showtunes only! And no, Billy Joel doesn't count. t5IF0UIFSPPNt143 Perry St [Washington St] 212-645-9758 Surprisingly decent beer selection with great, low-key vibe. t3VTUZ,OPUt425 West St [W 11th St] 212-645-5668 Who knew rich kids loved nautical themed bars? t40#hTt200 Varick St [W Houston St] 212-243-4940 World music venue with salsa lessons on Mondays. Looking for more?

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t4UPOFXBMM*OOt53 Christopher St [7th Ave S] 212-488-2705 From the L to the GB & T, this is where it all began. t7JMMBHF7BOHVBSEt178 7th Ave S [Perry St] 212-255-4037 Classic NYC jazz venue. Not to be missed. t7PMEF/VJUt148 W 4th St [Sixth Ave] 212-982-3388 Belgian beers, cool vibe. t8IJUF)PSTF5BWFSOt567 Hudson St [11th St] 212-243-9260 Another NYC classic. t8JMmFBOE/FMMt228 W 4th St [10th St] 212-242-2990 Cool space, good food; too bad someone told the i-bankers.

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t'BU$BU#JMMJBSETt75 Christopher St [7th Ave S] 212-675-6056 Laid back vibe. Plus ping pong and jazz!

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t'JMN'PSVNt209 W Houston St [Varick St] 212-727-8110 Best place to pick up a film geek. t*'$$FOUFSt323 6th Ave [W 3rd St] 212-924-7771 Great midnights, special events, and Manhattan exclusives.

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t"DUPST1MBZIPVTFt100 7th Ave S [Grove St] 212-239-6200 It definitely ain’t the audience’s playhouse. t$IFSSZ-BOF5IFBUFSt 38 Commerce St [Bedford St] 212-989-2020 Founded by Edna St. Vincent Millay & her boho buddies. t)&3&t145 6th Ave [Dominick St] 212-647-0202 Cool avant-garde multiplex with a nice cafe. t-VDJMMF-PSUFM5IFBUSFt 121 Christopher St [Bedford St] 212-279-4200 Play Twister on the Off-Off Broadway Playwright’s Walk of Fame.

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t,FTUF1J[[FSJBt271 Bleecker St [Jones St] 212-243-1500 t So authentic, it’s the headquarters for the APN (look it up). t-B#POCPOOJFSFt28 8th Ave [Jane St] t Best cheap breakfast in the city. t-JUUMF)BWBOBt30 Cornelia St [Sixth Ave] t Cuban food cooked by the Cuban grandma you never had. t.BSZhT'JTI$BNQt64 Charles St [W 4th St] t Amy Sedaris used to wait tables here for fun. Killer food! t.FSDBEJUPt100 7th Ave S [Grove St] t Inventive Mexican with great fish taco choices. t1FBSM0ZTUFS#BSt18 Cornelia St [W 4th St] t For all your lobster roll cravings. NFT fave. t1Pt31 Cornelia St [W 4th St] t Creative Italian. Intimate feel. t4QJDF.BSLFUt403 W 13th St [Ninth Ave] t Another Jean-George joint. Thai-Malaysian street food and beautiful people. t4QPUUFE1JHt314 W 11th St [Greenwich St] t We finally got in. All great except for pig ears. t5BJNt222 Waverly Pl [Perry St] t Gourmet falafel with mind-blowing housemade sauces. t5BSUJOFt253 W 11th St [W 4th St] t BYOB + Solid French = NFT pick. t5FB4ZNQBUIZt108 Greenwich Ave [13th St] t Eccentric English. Cult favorite. t8BMMTFt344 W 11th St [Washington St] t Top-notch Austrian cuisine keeps the West Villagers coming back. t5IF8BWFSMZ*OOt16 Bank St [Waverly Pl] t Hip, revamped cafĂŠ-cum-speakeasy. Good luck getting in. t8BWFSMZ3FTUBVSBOUt385 Avenue of the Americas [Waverly Pl] t Great old-school diner with classy waiters.

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Are you a foodie? Hit Murray’s Cheese, Myers of Keswick, Ottomanelli’s, Citarella, Faicco’s, Murray’s Bagels, and Grandaisy Bakery. Sip quality java at Doma, Mojo, or NFT hangout Grey Dog. Shop for tchotchkes at Alphabets, Myxplyzyk and Flight 001, or furniture at Scott Jordan and Vitra. Then blow your bonus in the Meatpacking Distict at Jeffrey, Alexander McQueen, or Stella McCartney. Done.

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t.VSSBZT#BHFMTt500 6th Ave [W 13th St] 212-462-2830 Classic. But they don’t toast, so don’t ask.

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t%PNBt17 Perry St [Waverly Pl] 212-929-4339 West Village intellectual hang out. t5IF(SFZ%PHT$PõFFt 33 Carmine St [Bedford St] 212-462-0041 Good space for a meet up. t.PKP$PõFFt128 Charles St [Greenwich St] 212-691-6656 Tiny, perfect cafe. t3PBTUJOH1MBOUt75 Greenwich Ave [7th Ave] 212-775-7755 Techno-coffee beans flying through the air!

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t"MFYBOEFS.D2VFFOt417 W 14th St [9th Ave] 212-645-1797 Brit bad boy designs. t"MQIBCFUTt47 Greenwich Ave [Charles St] 212-229-2966 Fun miscellany store. t#MFFDLFS4USFFU3FDPSETt 239 Bleecker St [Leroy St] 212-255-7899 Classic Village record shop. Great selection. t$JUBSFMMBt424 6th Ave [W 9th St] 212-874-0383 Wealthy foodies love this place. t$0#JHFMPX$IFNJTUTt414 6th Ave [W 9th St] 212-533-2700 Classic village pharmacy. Do try and patronize it. t5IF&OEPG)JTUPSZt548 Hudson St [Perry St] 212-647-7598 Very cool shop specializing in antique glass. t'BJDDPhT1PSL4UPSFt260 Bleecker St [Cornelia] 212-243-1974 Proscuitto bread, homemade sausage, huge heroes, pork heaven. t'MJHIUt96 Greenwich Ave [Jane St] 212-989-0001 Cute hipster travel shop. And they sell NFT! Looking for more?

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t(SBOEBJTZ#BLFSZt73 Sullivan St [Spring St] 212-334-9435 The best bakery, period. t)FBMUI)BSNPOZt470 Hudson St [Barrow] 212-691-3036 Small health food store with good selection and decent prices. t)PVTFPG0MEJFTt35 Carmine St [Bleecker St] 212-243-0500 Everything on vinyl. t+BDRVFT5PSSFT$IPDPMBUF)BWFOt 350 Hudson St [Charlton St] 212-414-2462 Tastebud bliss brought to you by the Master of Chocolate. t+FõSFZt449 W 14th St [Washington St] 212-206-1272 Avant-garde (and wildly expensive) mini-department store. t5IF-FBUIFS.BOt111 Christopher St [Bedford] 212-243-5339 No, you won't look like James Dean. But it'll help. t.VSSBZhT$IFFTF4IPQt254 Bleecker St [Leroy] 212-243-3289 We love cheese, and so does Murray's. t.YZQMZ[ZLt125 Greenwich Ave [W 13th St] 800-243-9810 Great, quirky, mid-range tchotchkes and home décor. t.ZFSTPG,FTXJDLt634 Hudson St [Horatio St] 212-691-4194 Killer English sausages, pasties, etc. And "Bounty!" t00UUPNBOFMMJhT4POTt285 Bleecker [Jones] 212-675-4217 High-quality meats and the friendliest butchers in town. t3FCFM3FCFM3FDPSETt 319 Bleecker St [Christopher St] 212-989-0770 Small CD and LP shop with knowledgeable staff. t4DPUU+PSEBO'VSOJUVSFt137 Varick St [Spring] 212-620-4682 Solid hardwood furniture. Super-cool and mostly unaffordable. t4UFMMB.D$BSUOFZt429 W 14th St [Greene St] 212-255-1556 Hip, animal-friendly fashion. t5ISFF-JWFTBOE$Pt154 W 10th St [Waverly] 212-741-2069 General Interest books. t7JUSBt29 9th Ave [W 13th St] 212-463-5700 Sleek and modern home furnishings. Super-cool.

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