Welcome to Soho

Soho neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, which in recent history came to the public’s attention for being the location of many artists’ lofts and art galleries, but is now better known for its variety of shops ranging from trendy upscale boutiques to national and international chain store outlets.

Things to do in Soho

Soho, NYC is a shopping enclave full of high-end boutiques and buzzworthy pop-up shops, as well as a sea of street vendors touting designer knockoffs in the form of sunglasses, handbags and scarves. Just make sure to save some change—and your phone battery—so you can grab coffee and a pastry from one of the many Instagrammable cafes and eateries packed into the downtown nabe. But don’t write off Soho as a mere urban shopping mall.

Everyman Espresso

Baristas guide a customer through a “coffee experience,” offering suggestions and curating a specialty drink just right for them.

Mercer Kitchen

Guests can enjoy an open kitchen and watch the chefs prepare their meals.

Blue Ribbon Brasserie

Iconic, late-night brasserie featuring seafood, American dishes & cocktails in a convivial setting.

Dominique Ansel Bakery

The cronut, a hybrid between a croissant and a doughnut, has gained popularity throughout the world and has earned owner Dominique Ansel the James Beard award for Outstanding Pastry Chef

Dean & Deluca Soho

Upmarket retailer carrying specialty foods, including prepared dishes, plus home & kitchen items.

Charlie Bird

One of our favorite restaurants in New York, Charlie Bird is another place that will make you happy you live in New York.

Le Coucou

Le Coucou is fine dining for people who don’t really care for fine dining.


Elegant casual French cuisine and live Music on the weekends!