SoHo is home to some of Manhattan’s most celebrated art galleries, cafés, and restaurants. As a neighborhood it has also become known for destination shopping, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands, and flagship stores in the city.
60 Thompson’s unique location on Thompson Street immerses our guests in the vibrancy of the SoHo lifestyle, with hotspots, restaurants, and some of the best shopping in SoHo directly on our block.
To further explore SoHo activities, shopping and dining, we have offered a sampling of some of our neighborhood favorites.
A New York institution, Raoul’s is SoHo’s most notable bistro. Offering a plethora of excellent dishes, Raoul’s is absolutely perfect for a late night bite, a casual drink at the bar, or a delectable rib eye.
Lucky Strike is a casual brasserie from legendary New York restaurateur Keith McNally that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night fare. Consistently yummy, spirited and casual- Lucky Strike is a great place to stop for lunch, eat a laid-back supper, or to cure your late-night munchies.
Specializing in seafood dishes and oysters, this go-to American Nouveau neighborhood staple never disappoints.
Blue Ribbon Sushi & Bakery
Blue Ribbon Sushi and Blue Ribbon Bakery offer two similarly charming SoHo dining options. Blue Ribbon Bakery is best recognized for its late-dining comfort food menu, and Blue Ribbon Sushi has some of the freshest sashimi and inventive hand rolls in the city. Either one is a perfect fit for a relaxed, casual dinner or the preamble to a night out on the town.
A staple among SoHo’s gallery offerings, Staley-Wise is best known for its collection of fashion photography and Hollywood portraiture. The collection includes legendary work by Slim Aarons, Steven Klein, Patrick Demarchelier, Man Ray, among many others
Morrison Hotel Gallery
The most recognized gallery specializing in fine art music photography, the Morrison Hotel Gallery displays some of the most notable and iconic images in music history in the last fifty years.
Janet Borden Gallery
Specializing in photography, this gallery has exhibited the works of Lee Friedlander, Robert Cumming, Roy Mortenson, among others. A must-visit during any SoHo gallery tour.
A chic boutique offering the latest in contemporary women's styles.
An exquisite selection of curated furniture, contemporary lighting, home accessories and art.
What Goes Around Comes Around
Drawing on inspiration from 1960s Morocco and the beatnik generation, their collection is a modern interpretation of vintage-inspired clothing and accessories. The boutique also features hard to find vintage jewelry and clothing.
Opening Ceremony curates the best in fashion, culture and design across an international spectrum. Collaborative projects with style icons, vintage showcases and emerging designers are all showcased at this one of a kind location.