74 (corner): West Village Florist is on the apex of this pointy block.
70: Bagels and Much More; Dalton Coffee
68: Elephant & Castle, longstanding British pub,
named for a
London district. Before c. 1973, it was The Belly Button,
noted for exotic condiments.
62: Zutto, sushi
60: Gusto Ristorante e
58A: The Original Sandwich Shoppe
54-58: Fiddlesticks, Irish-y pub; until the
mid-1990s was the infamous Uncle Charlie's bar.
Gottino Enoteca E Salumeria, wine bar.
(The name means "Small Glass Wine Cellar and Sausage Shop."
Was Ezekiel's, run by the non-profit
Covenant House to train at-risk youth for
46: Caffe dell'Artista; downstairs
is Village Natural.
Partners & Crime Mystery Bookseller;
James Gandolfini is said to be a fan.
28: Lassi was Thali Vegetarian,
where everyone got the same meal.
26: Lafayette Bakery, specializing in French pastries. Formerly on Bleecker.
24: Funayama sushi was the Peacock Caffe.
22: The Village Voice was founded at this address.
20 (corner): This 1954 building housed Sutter's French Bakery, an esteemed pastry
shop, until 1972. Later Village Paper and Party was here until it was burned out in a 2010 fire. Now it's Rosemary's, Italian that cooks with ingredients grown in a rooftop garden.