Places tagged Gathering place

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
27 Cooper Square East Village Manhattan Former home of many notable writers, musicians and painters
52 Park Longwood Bronx Park revitalized by 52 People for Progress, a local volunteer group
Abingdon Square Park West Village Manhattan West Village green space
Al Cholo Bakery & Health Food Store Williamsbridge Bronx Antiguan-owned bakery
Alice in Wonderland in Central Park Central Park Manhattan Statue commissioned as a gift to the children of New York City
Astoria Pool & Park Astoria Queens One of the city's 11 giant WPA-era pools
Atrium Stadium Cinemas Eltingville Staten Island A privately own theater and local hangout
Barnes and Noble at Lincoln Triangle (former) Upper West Side Manhattan Well-used and well-loved former bookstore location
Barretto Street Garden Hunts Point Bronx Community garden in Hunts Point
Beth Ahavath Sholom, a.k.a. The Temple (site of) Bath Beach Brooklyn Former synagogue that hosted punk rock concerts in its basement
Big Rock East Elmhurst Queens Neighborhood gathering place and impromptu playground
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
Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain Carroll Gardens Brooklyn 1920s pharmacy turned old-fashioned soda shop
Brooklyn Moon Cafe Fort Greene Brooklyn Coffee shop, restaurant and performance space in Fort Greene
Brooklyn Museum Plaza Prospect Heights Brooklyn A welcoming public plaza with wonderful fountains
Brownstone Books (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn African-American focused bookstore offering author readings/lectures, special events, and book clubs for adults and children
Caravana Club/Bronx Casino/El Cerromar (former) Mott Haven Bronx Nightclubs that produced distinctively New York Latin music
Casalegre Record Store (site of) Longwood Bronx Home of a well-known local Latino record company, Alegre Records
Casita Rincón Criollo Melrose Bronx The oldest and largest casita in New York
Caton Park Flatbush Brooklyn A delightful place for people of all ages
CBGB (former) East Village Manhattan The birthplace of punk rock
Ceiling of Grand Central Terminal's Main Concourse Midtown Manhattan Beautifully restored but astronomically incorrect zodiac tableau
Central Park Central Park Manhattan Perhaps New York's most famous oasis
Chess and Checkers House, Central Park Central Park Manhattan Offers 24 chess tables under a shady pergola open to all
Chinatown Senior Citizens' Center Chinatown Manhattan A place for Chinatown seniors to participate together in traditional culture
Chinese Scholar's Garden Randall Manor Staten Island The only authentic garden of its type in the U.S.
Christopher Street West Village Manhattan A center of gay life for decades
Chumley's (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan Prohibition-era speakeasy with a secret entrance that served members of the Lost Generation and the Beat Generation
City Lore Lower East Side Manhattan New York City's center for urban folk culture
Clock at Grand Central Midtown Manhattan One of New York's classic meeting places
Club Cubano Interamericano Melrose Bronx Social club for Cuban immigrants
Club Hermanos Unidos Corona Queens A Dominican-American social club
Coffey Park Red Hook Brooklyn Neighborhood park offering benches, basketball courts, handball courts, a baseball diamond and space for picnicking
Columbus Park Chinatown Manhattan Formerly the Mulberry Bend slums, now a park used by mahjong and basketball players alike
Community Church of Douglaston Douglaston Queens A quintessential neighborhood church
Comus Social Club Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Men's social club in Bedford Stuyvesant
Coney Island Coney Island Brooklyn Legendary seaside boardwalk, beach and center for entertainment
Congregation Beth Elohim Park Slope Brooklyn One of Brooklyn's oldest synagogues, where the Old and the New Worlds meet
Congregation Shaare Zion Gravesend Brooklyn Orthodox Synagogue serving Syrian Jewish community from Aleppo
Crotona Park Crotona Park Bronx A 127-acre green space in the heart of the South Bronx
David Fox Playground Flatlands Brooklyn A place to hang out and be outdoors in Flatlands
Di Fara Pizza Midwood Brooklyn Renowned family owned pizzeria and Brooklyn institution
Dias y Flores Community Garden East Village Manhattan East Village community garden in operation since 1978
District Council 65 (former) NoHo Manhattan Long-time headquarters of a union with an activist history
Ear Inn (in the James Brown House) Tribeca Manhattan A popular bar since the late-1800's in an 1817 building
Eib's Pond Park Preserve Park Hill Staten Island A freshwater pond and bordering wetlands available for public enjoyment
Elks Lodge #127 (former site of) Central Harlem Manhattan Where the Brotherhood of the Sleeping Car Porters, a black union, was founded in 1925
Elks Plaza Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Home of the Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks
Empire Roller Skating Center (former) Crown Heights Brooklyn Brooklyn's last large-scale roller rink, closed in 2007