Bar & Restaurant
Gansevoort Street has a storied history: from being named after General Peter Gansevoort, to its meat-packing era, to becoming a haunt for arguably the most fashionable people on earth. Today the street is the center of downtown art and creativity. And that means this small stretch between 10th Avenue and West 10th Street will undoubtedly have more history for centuries to come. Right off of the charming cobblestoned street and through a glass entryway is a huge ground-level space. Although it’s currently used as a gallery, it’s extremely versatile. High white walls segment the space into three parts with the same glossy polished-concrete floors throughout. All of the areas are open and bright thanks to the overhead spotlights. With just a five-minute walk to the subway, this spot is centrally located amid all of the Meatpacking District’s restaurants and shopping. It's also just steps from the world-famous High Line and the newly opened Whitney Museum.