With approximately 800 shops and restaurants shown in block-by-block detail, Red Maps, hands-down, makes the ultimate shopping guide to SoHo and Nolita. But with all that shopping you're going to need food. Starting on Sullivan Street, Red Maps walked east across SoHo and NoLita one day to map out a guide to breakfast, lunch and cocktails. Have a good time!
Breakfast in SoHo:
135 Sullivan St
French fresh-baked goods and generously-sized espressos make Once Upon a Tart your starting point as you map out your power-shopping day.
152 Prince St
On the go: Yes, the yogurt company has a smart cafe for topping-off their healthy-fare with fruits and nuts.
Lunch in SoHo:
127 Greene St
Delicious, light dumpling and noodle soups, plus a large selection of of teas and beer make Kelly & Ping a SoHo standard.
94 Prince St
Fanelli's is a famous bar that was a regular haunt of artists in the 80's and 90's. Try their burger, sit back and take-in this historic old-school New York bar.
Since 1977! Dean and Deluca is amazing and truly a SoHo landmark. Every conceivable variety of cheeses, desserts, breads, chocolates, fruit and meats are piled-high in abundant fashion.
Espresso in Nolita
231 Mott St
Recharge your batteries at Emporio with its charming staff and inviting interior space. Emporio is also well-known for their pizzas.
270 Lafayette St
The lines can go out the do at the very convenient Cafe La Colombe.
Cocktails in SoHo Nolita
79 Crosby St
It's the afternoon now, and you've earned an ice-cold flavorful Bloody Mary. Have it at the Crosby's visually entertaining bar room or if it's warm, take a seat in the hotel's inviting backyard patio.
19 Kenmare St
With its sidewalk cafe and open doors, Ken and Cook is the perfect spot to have a cocktail and a tray of oysters. Sit back and watch the passing crowds as the sun sets.
Photos Top: Once Upon a Tart; Chobani.
Second Row: Fanelli Cafe; Kelly & Ping; Dean & Deluca.
Bottom Row: Emporio Cafe; Street scene; Crosby Street Hotel Bar; Ken & Cook Bar.