Bar & Restaurant
Once a part of town where textiles were manufactured, SoHo is now the place to go for clothes shopping - from La Perla to Levis. And people from around the world head there in their droves. Formerly home to the luxury clothing and lifestyle brand Ted Baker, this gallery-like space is not only huge but very flexible - with high ceilings, cast-iron columns and plenty of natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and a large panel of skylights. A panoramic wall covering of the countryside complements the textural design elements along with the exposed brick walls. Passersby will take note of one of the building’s most impressive features--the molded cast iron facade with large-scale window, originally meant to let light in before electricity was ubiquitous. The area gets lots of foot traffic especially during the weekend when out-of-towners and tourists flood the streets for the latest fashions. But there’s a steady flow of people on Grand any time due to the proximity to the 1/A/C/E/N/R/6 train stations all of which are under 10-minutes away.