One Great Block: Great Jones Street, NYC
Check out the block of our Holiday Pop Up, which boasts some pretty great shopping (in our humble opinion!)
Published Dec 2, 2016 4:00 AM
For three weekends in December we’re hosting a pop-up shop inspired by the pages of our new Winter issue. Come by, find some amazing gifts from our favorite brands and makers, and take a workshop in wreath-making, screen-printing and more with the talented women from our issue (see the full schedule here).
Here are 9 more spots – new and classic – to check out on our Great Jones St. block:
Future Perfect, 55 Great Jones St.
Go for inspiration (and big ticket items). We’re currently loving the sculptural brass Michael Anastassiades lights and James Turrell-inspired iridescent bowls by Katherine Gray.
Acme, 9 Great Jones St.
The menu and drinks list recently underwent a refresh. A few stand-outs: crispy artichoke with lemon ricotta, sage and sunchoke striped bass, and the not-to-miss watermelon and mezcal sherbet.
39 Great Jones, 39 Great Jones St.
A hidden gem, this shop window-turned-art installation shows new artists every two months. For December, it’s a black-and-white collage piece by Michael Stipe. Take a peek before it’s gone!
Il Buco Vineria, 53 Great Jones St.
At Il Buco, almost everything is housemade (from salumi to artisan pastas to gelato). The brick walls and well-patinaed wood tables make it all the more cozy when you want a satisfying bite while making the gifting rounds.
Filson, 40 Great Jones St.
For the hard-to-gift dad/brother/hubbie, duck into old-reliable Filson for rugged leather goods, canvas bags, and luxe camp gear.
Lafayette, 380 Lafayette St.
Start or end your day at this classic Roman and Williams-designed café on the corner of Lafayette. The pastries and desserts are made on-site (hello, roasted sesame mousse with apricot confit), while the cocktails, like the Pear Ginger Smash, revive even the most tired of spirits.
Great Jones Spa, 29 Great Jones St.
Add a spa stop to your shopping route. The water lounge with trio of treatments (including the tension-melting Chakra Light Steam Room) is an instant refresher, as well as the Reiki energy work.
Resurrection, 45 Great Jones, St.
The ne plus ultra of vintage shopping relocated to this stylish outpost earlier this year. Check “find holiday party outfit” off your list!
The Bowery Market, 348 Bowery
Opened a few months ago on the corner of Bowery, this open-air food market (with vendors like The Butcher’s Daughter and Champion Coffee) is the perfect spot for on-the-go snacking.
Domino Holiday Pop-Up, 35 Great Jones St. We’re partial, of course, but we’ve created our holiday dream space. With everything from colorful glassware by Anna Karlin to hand-painted home accessories by Fort Makers to graphic textiles by Cold Picnic, this is the place to score something special for everyone on your list. See you there!
Opens Dec 2nd for three weekends
Friday – Sunday, 11am-8pm, until Dec 18th