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Things to Do Near Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York

Put The Map Away, Start Walking, And See What You Find.
 

The world’s oldest deli, open air galleries, rock concerts in a ballroom. Everything we love about the vibrant Lower East Side is just steps away. On our block you’ll find the famous Katz’s Delicatessen and The Tenement Museum is a short walk.

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Local Experiences

Katz's Deli in New York City

Katz's Deli

205 East Houston Street

A Lower East Side icon, Katz's has brought the community together over pastrami sandwiches since 1888. Head on over to the delicatessen for mouthwatering frankfurters, matzoh ball soup, and rugelach. Ever since it opened over a hundred years ago, Katz’s has been a popular gathering place. Sit back, relax, and soak in the sights and sounds of the Lower East Side at Katz’s.

Tenement Museum in New York City

Tenement Museum

103 Orchard Street

The Tenement Museum celebrates the enduring stories that define and strengthen what it means to be American. We share stories of the immigrant and migrant experience through guided tours of our two tenement buildings on Orchard Street and the surrounding neighborhood on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Visitors can take building tours of the recreated homes of our former residents between the 1860s and the 1980s as well as walking tours of the neighborhood they lived in. 

Katz's Deli in New York City

Russ & Daughters

179 East Houston Street

Russ & Daughters has been serving smoked fish, homemade bread and bagels, and dried fruits for over 100 years. Founder Joel Russ emigrated from Poland in 1907 and started selling fish from a barrel on the Lower East Side. In 1935, Russ promoted his three hardworking daughters to be full partners, much to the scandal of the town. You'll find Russ & Daughters at 179 E. Houston St., where it's been ever since 1920.

Where to Dine Around Town

Katz’s Delicatessen

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A Lower East Side icon, Katz's has brought the community together over pastrami sandwiches since 1888. Head on over to the delicatessen for mouthwatering frankfurters, matzoh ball soup, and rugelach. Ever since it opened over a hundred years ago, Katz's has been a popular gathering place. Sit back, relax, and soak in the sights and sounds of the Lower East Side at Katz's.

Russ & Daughters

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Russ and Daughters has been serving smoked fish, homemade bread and bagels, and dried fruits for over 100 years. Founder Joel Russ emigrated from Poland in 1907 and started selling fish from a barrel on the Lower East Side. In 1935, Russ promoted his three hardworking daughters to be full partners, much to the scandal of the town. You'll find Russ and Daughters at 179 E. Houston St., where it's been ever since 1920.

Places To Go, Things To Do

SoHo, Nolita and Little Italy

Essex Market

88 Essex St, New York, NY 10002

Browse an enormous spread of fresh, local wares at the historic Essex Market. Opened in 1940, this LES market hosts 40 vendors. You’ll find fresh seafood, cheeses, meats, fruits, and farm-fresh veggies. Shop handmade, fair-trade gifts at vendors like LES Girls Club or bring home artisan coffee beans from Porto Rico Importing Co. Ready for a bite to eat? Dine on traditional Dominican, Italian, Peruvian, Korean, German, Moroccan, and Indian fare. There’s something for everyone at Essex Market.

Bowery Ballroom

New Museum

Washington Square Park

Williamsburg Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

New York, NY 10038

This iconic NYC landmark is right up the road from our LES hotel. With soaring stone arches, this 19th-century structure is an architectural marvel. The building began in 1869 and continued until the bridge opened in 1883. The Brooklyn Bridge is both a National Historic Landmark and a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark connecting the boroughs of Brooklyn and Manhattan. You can drive a car, ride a bike, or walk across the bridge to gaze at the NYC skyline as seen from the East River.

South Street Seaport

Madison Square Garden

Barclays Center

The Occulus and Westfield Trade Center Shops

9/11 Memorial and Museum

Empire State Building

Grand Central Terminal

The Bowery

Manhattan, New York City, NY

Nestled in the heart of Manhattan, the Bowery is a legendary thoroughfare that encapsulates the spirit of New York City. It's a dynamic and culturally rich neighborhood, boasting historic charm and contemporary vibrancy. Explore a captivating blend of art galleries, boutique shops, eclectic dining, and a thriving nightlife scene. With a backdrop of iconic skyscrapers and a unique urban atmosphere, The Bowery offers an authentic New York experience like no other.

East Village

East Village, New York City, NY

The East Village is an eclectic and spirited neighborhood in Manhattan. Renowned for its artistic energy, diverse culinary scene, and vibrant nightlife, this district embodies the essence of New York City's cultural melting pot. Stroll along tree-lined streets to discover hidden gems, from avant-garde theaters to vintage boutiques. East Village's rich history and contemporary charm make it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an authentic urban experience in the heart of the Big Apple.

Chinatown

Chinatown, New York City, NY

Experience the allure of Chinatown, a dynamic and culturally rich enclave in the heart of Manhattan. This vibrant neighborhood offers a sensory journey into Chinese traditions and flavors. Explore bustling streets filled with colorful markets, authentic eateries, and unique shops, all amid the backdrop of ornate architecture. From savoring dim sum to discovering hidden gems, Chinatown invites you to immerse yourself in a captivating fusion of Eastern and Western influences.

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