90 (corner): Was the Paperback Book Gallery,
store that sold Beat poetry. Now Shade, a crepes place
with a to-go window (with the address 241 Sullivan), and
the Indian restaurant Barbuchi.
88: Swish features shabu-shabu,
a Japanese dish that you cook at the table.
86: New York's best
Italian restaurant, according to Zagat's.
Serving Abruzzese cuisine since 1981.
84: Fire Patrol No. 2, established
in 1855, moved here in 1907. The firehouse is
said to be haunted by a firefighter named Schwartz.
When the Fire Patrol—whose primary mission was to protect property, not people—was disbanded in 2006, the firehouse was bought by CNN's Anderson Cooper, who turned it into a residence.
82: In the early 1970s, this was Bonnie & Clyde's,
a women's bar.
Upstairs had been the gay restaurant Tenth of Always,
which later became Bonnie's, and more recently the
Boston Comedy Club. Now it's the wine bar Vyne. Downstairs is
Zinc Bar, a little jazz club—formerly the Baggot Inn, a pub that featured live music.
80: Amity Inn, beer hall bearing Third Street's
78 (corner): Irving Farm Coffee Roasters