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Walking Tour #1 - FUN FOOD FESTIVAL

Take the F-train on the NYC subway direction downtown to Second Avenue stop,
leave the station on the 1st Avenue exit, cross East Houston
Street/Allen Street towards “Katz’s Delicatessen” -  the street before is Orchard Street.Follow Orchard Street up two blocks south to the Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery
at Adriennes Bridal, 134 Orchard Street, between Rivington Street and Delancey Street.

Try on cloches in unusual shapes for fashion and winter warmth, and then proceed
on your food sampling walk.

Follow Orchard Street down to Delancey Street, make a left and walk east to
Essex Street, and then look for Essex Market, the oldest indoor food
market in the city. Remember that Dina Washington song about the
Pushcarts? This is where they were relocated to in the Sixties. This
building has become a lab for small food businesses. Visit “Essex
Fromaggio” for small lots of olives, spices from the far corners, and
real Italian pastas. Enjoy samples of delicious cheeses that are hand
crafted in the New York area at the much acclaimed “Saxelby
Cheesemongers”. Enjoy the chumminess of the Dominican grocer who sells
mangoes, papaya, tamarind, and flan. If you are still hungry, leave the
market and walk a few blocks down to “Falai Bakery” at the corner of
Clinton Street and Rivington Street. Enjoy delicious lunch with the
superb Italian pastries for dessert.


Walking Tour #2 - THE HISTORY LESSON

Take the F-train on the New York City subway to Second Avenue stop,
leave the station on the 1st Avenue exit, cross East Houston
Street/Allen Street towards “Katz’s Delicatessen”-the street before is Orchard Street. Follow Orchard Street up two blocks south to the Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery
at Adriennes Bridal, 134 Orchard Street, between Rivington Street and Delancey Street.

Try on beautiful, feminine, fascinators for fall parties

Follow Orchard Street to Delancey Street, cross it and continue on
Orchard Street to the “Lower East Side Tenement Museum”. Take the
museum’s tour and feel lucky that you have your own bathroom.
Afterwards walk north on Orchard Street, make a right on Rivington
Street and on across Essex Street until you arrive at “Schiller’s
Liquor Bar” on the corner of Norfolk Street. Enjoy a delicious lunch.


Walking Tour #3 - NIGHTCLUBBIN'

Take the F-train on the New York City subway to Second Avenue stop,
leave the station on the 1st Avenue exit, cross East Houston
Street/Allen Street towards “Katz’s Delicatessen” -the street before is Orchard Street. Follow Orchard Street up two blocks south to the Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery
at Adriennes Bridal, 134 Orchard Street, between Rivington Street and Delancey Street.


For your shopping convenience we will be open on most Thursdays until 7pm.
Try on gorgeous fascinators.

Walk down Orchard Street across Delancey Street to Broome Street, make a right
onto Broome, proceed to “The Ten Bells”, enjoy excellent Spanish and
Portuguese wines. When done follow Ludlow back north until Stanton
Street and to the “Stanton Social” towards the left, walk upstairs and
enjoy a fruity cocktail. Afterwards proceed to “Hotel on Rivington”,
take the elevator up one flight and enjoy the private bar with a pool
table. If still in the mood or hungry, go to neighborhood mainstay “The
Pink Pony" on Ludlow, or one of the many bars and restaurants of the
LES for a late night snack.


Other places of interest in the Lower East Side

1. “Il Laboratorio del Gelato” on Ludlow Street - a new ice cream
    business by the creator of Ciao Bella Gelato, but a richer more
    yummy version.
 2. “Babeland" on Rivington Street - A woman-friendly and political
    correct Adult Toy store.
 3. “Pipsqueek Chapeaux" on Clinton Street - Easy and beautiful linen
    clothes.
 5. “Baby Cakes" on Broome Street - Vegan and gluten free cupcakes
    baked fresh daily.

I hope these walking tour suggestions will give you some yummy and fun
reasons to come down to the LES to visit us.

Looking forward to seeing you,

Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery

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