Posts Tagged: Lower East Side Food Tour

Tenement Museum in New York City

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Tenement Feature Image

The Tenement Museum, located at 97 Orchard Street, is a must see for anyone visiting the Lower East Side.  Built in 1863, this tenement style apartment building served as a residence for approximately 7,000 immigrants from the time it was built all the way into the 1930’s. In an effort to preserve the history of […]

Lower East Side Things To Do and See

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Katz's Deli Where Harry Met Sally

This post is a guide to the Lower East Side in Manhattan, with a self-guided tour and tips on places to eat, hear music and shop.  The Lower East Side might just be the most historic neighborhood in the United States. Home to millions of immigrants throughout the 19th and early part of the 20th […]

Katz’s Deli NYC | When Harry Met Sally

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Katz's Deli Where Harry Met Sally

Katz’s Deli – Where Harry Met Sally 205 East Houston Street (corner of Ludlow), New York, NY 10002 (map).  Take a look inside. Open: M-W:  8am-10:45pm, Thu: 8am-2:45am, Fri: 8am- all night!, Sat: All day!, Sunday: until 10:45pm.   What’s the hype about Katz’s Deli? When it comes to Jewish delicatessens, Katz’s is the undisputed […]

The NYC Mosaic Man Jim Powers

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New York The mosaic man

The Mosaic Man, whose real name is Jim Power, embodies the enduring, archetype of an artist who lets nothing stand in the way of his craft. Since 1985, through poverty, lack of funding for his craft, assisted living, periods of homelessness, and health problems which now confine him to a wheelchair, he has adorned the […]