locals share their perfect day. find yours.

Sunday in the Village

Manhattan-Greenwich Village

When every moment seems scheduled and rushed it's nice to try to find some time to be unhurried. One of my favorite weekend outings is a stroll around the Village. From our Goods for the Study store on W 8th, to the dog run in Washington Square Park, to a relaxed dinner at Otto it's about finding time to unplug and unwind with freinds and family.

Sarah McNallySarah McNally

Sarah is the owner of the McNally Jackson bookstores. She lives in Greenwich Village with her son and their dog. When she is not working her way through the thousands of books she reviews weekly, she's often at the park, walking the streets of the city and trying to find the off moment to let her mind wander.

Goods For The StudyShopping
Beautiful shop with everything you need to outfit the perfect workspace.
$$
(212) 674-4400website
50 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011

Goods For The Study, is a shop devoted to the tools involved in creating the perfect workspace, from the furniture down to the paper clips. The shop offers a wide selection of stationery, home furnishings and art. It's the quintessential independent New York store for lovers of stationary and felt tip pens.

Washington Square Park Dog RunsParks
Washington Square Park Dog Run
Free
(212) 639-9675website
59 Washington Square S, New York, NY 10012

There are two dog runs in Washington Square Park, one for small dogs (under 25 pounds) and one for large. They are the self described "cool place for dogs to socialize and chill in the heart of NYC's Greenwich Village". Like any dog run in Manhattan it's often chaotic and sometimes crowded but as long as your dog enjoys being around others they will likely enjoy themselves.

Otto Enoteca PizzeriaRestaurants & Cafes
Bustling, gourmet pizzeria & wine bar from Joe Bastianich with Italian train station decor.
$$
(212) 995-9559website
One 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003

OTTO is a neighborhood spot just steps from Washington Square Park. The restaurant is designed to look like an Italian train station, OTTO (which means “eight” in Italian) is located on the corner of 8th Street and Fifth Avenue just steps from Washington Square Park. It's open from 11AM to midnight and perfect for a quick snack, family meal or large social gathering. Don't skip the gelato.

The enoteca in the front of the restaurant serves wine, cheese and house-cured salumi at marble-topped standing tables for meeting new people or grabbing drinks and antipasti with a group of friends.

Top guides nearby

A community of locals at your side.

Subscribe and be the first to receive new recommendations.

Success!
Check your inbox for your welcome email.

Sorry. Looks like something went wrong while submitting the form.