NYC - Greenwich Village: Washington Square Hotel
One of the few family-owned hotels in New York, the Washington Square Hotel has provided a haven for writers, artists and visitors. Formerly the Hotel Earle, dating to 1902, Bob Dylan stayed here in 1961 when he first arrived from Minneapolis at the age of 20.
Caffe Reggio, Greenwich Village
Caffe Reggio (1927) Tenement (1900–01) 119 MacDougal St. Greenwich Village, New York This is the oldest coffee house in the Village. It is credited with introducing cappuccino to the U.S. (the 1902 machine is still in use). The cafe was featured in Godfather II, Serpico, Next Stop Greenwich Village, and Shaft. © Matthew X. Kiernan NYBAI10-1595
Noel “Paul” Stookey and Mary Travers (and baby Erika) of Peter, Paul and Mary. protesting the closing of Greenwich Village coffee houses in NYC, 1960. Photo by Bob Gomel.
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