Bar & Restaurant
Away from the hustle and bustle of Lower Manhattan, Nolita welcomes a more low-key, slower pace of living. But don’t be fooled – in between the recent hip basement bars, restaurants and fashion-forward boutiques, this neighbourhood is full of life. And there’s always still the good old butcher shops and the Italian relics that give this area it’s name. This striking blue shop front leads to a medium-sized white-box retail, events and exhibition space. It’s an empty blank canvas ready for an unique brand to move in and transform however they like. The walls are freshly painted and the raw-industrial floors add character to the white space. Your neighbour is a local wine shop and close by is the popular vegetarian eatery and juice bar, The Butcher’s Daughter. Two blocks down, you’ll also find Aesop, Le Labo, Rag & Bone, and Nolita mainstays Cafe Habana and Tacombi. There’s easy access with several bus routes going past as well as the R/W and F trains.