Places tagged Euro/American

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
555 Hudson Street Greenwich Village Manhattan Former residence of author and activist Jane Jacobs
Alku and Alku Toinen Finnish Co-ops Sunset Park Brooklyn The first non-profit housing cooperatives in the U.S., organized by the Finnish Home Building Association
Arthur Avenue Retail Market East Tremont Bronx This indoor market in the "Little Italy of the Bronx" houses more than a dozen merchants
Black Madonna Chapel & Phoenix Bar East Village Manhattan Storefront chapel to the Black Madonna, now Phoenix Bar
Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden Astoria Queens Czech and Slovak cultural center, restaurant and beer garden
Dominick's Restaurant East Tremont Bronx Legendary Italian-American restaurant
Estonian House Murray Hill Manhattan Estonian cultural center, offering a restaurant and Estonian language classes
Eusko Etxea (formerly Centro Vasco) Greenpoint Brooklyn Basque cultural center offering events and Euskera language classes
Flessel's Restaurant (site of) College Point Queens Former beer garden, inn and restaurant built in the 1870's
Florent Restaurant (former) West Village Manhattan Beloved neighborhood, French-owned establishment
Gaelic Park Kingsbridge Bronx Sports arena and gathering place enjoyed by Irish immigrants
Iglesia Luterana Sion East Harlem Manhattan Lutheran church used by German-American and Hispanic communities (formerly St. Johannes Kirche Lutheran Church)
Jennings Street Market (site of) Crotona Park Bronx Market where charismatic vendors sold foods and sundries
Katz's Delicatessen Lower East Side Manhattan A classic delicatessen, open since 1888
Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue Chinatown Manhattan Greek Jewish synagogue on the National Register of Historic Places
Lemon Ice King of Corona Corona Queens Italian ices have been sold here for over 60 years
Leo's Latticini (Mama's) Corona Queens Famous for its Italian sandwiches and fresh mozzarella
Lion's Rock/Jones Woods (site of) Yorkville Manhattan 19th century meeting place
Lisanti Chapel Williamsbridge Bronx Religious building designed in Italian-American style
Little Spain and La Nacional Social Club & Restaurant Greenwich Village Manhattan Spanish-speaking New Yorkers have long gathered here
Marcel Duchamp's Studio (former) Chelsea Manhattan Dada artist's Chelsea studio where he created Étant donnés
Minetta Tavern Greenwich Village Manhattan Italian restaurant in the Village since 1937
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Grotto Rosebank Staten Island The city's most elaborate yard shrine
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Monastery (former) Crown Heights Brooklyn Home of Catholic nuns since 1909
Our Lady of Vilnius Roman Catholic Church West Village Manhattan Surviving church of Lithuanian immigrant community
Piccirilli Studio (site of) Mott Haven Bronx Stone carvers' studio that made many famous sculptures
Pleasant Village East Harlem Manhattan 19th century enclave in East Harlem, partially demolished
Poppenhusen Institute College Point Queens Community cultural center in College Point
Russian Turkish Baths East Village Manhattan Public bath house in the Russian & Turkish tradition
Russo's Mozzarella and Pasta East Village Manhattan Has carried an impressive array of cheeses and pasta since 1908
Scaglione Bakery Morris Park Bronx Italian bakery open for 60 years
Schaller & Weber Yorkville Manhattan German and other central European delicacies are sold here
Second Avenue Deli East Village Manhattan East Village institution serving Jewish fare, now on E. 33rd St.
Second Presbyterian Church (The Old Scotch Church) Upper West Side Manhattan Church attended by Scottish parishioners
Shearith Israel Cemetery Chinatown Manhattan Oldest Jewish cemetery in New York City
Shrine Church of Saint Anthony of Padua Greenwich Village Manhattan Longstanding Village institution
Silver Bell Lithuanian Bakery Corona Queens Bakes sourdough rye bread in brick ovens
St. Brigid's Church East Village Manhattan Historic church on Tompkins Square Park
St. Stanislaus Church East Village Manhattan Polish congregants have worshiped here for over 100 years
St. Vincent de Paul Church Chelsea Manhattan Church with a 150 year legacy of interracial and inter-ethnic respect and understanding
Surma Book and Music Company East Village Manhattan A store selling all sorts of Ukrainian goods
Synagogue Tifereth Israel Corona Queens Russian synagogue
Temple Beth Emeth v'Ohr Progressive Shaari Zedek Flatbush Brooklyn The last remaining Reform Jewish congregation in Flatbush
Veniero's Pasticceria and Caffe East Village Manhattan Italian bakery since 1894
Vesuvio Bakery (now Birdbath) SoHo Manhattan A reminder of Prince Street's past as an Italian neighborhood
Virgen Del Carmen Protegenos Shrine East Harlem Manhattan A commemorative shrine
Volksgarten (site of) NoHo Manhattan A music hall in "Kleindeutschland" or Little Germany
William F. Moore Park, or Spaghetti Park Corona Queens Park featuring bocce courts