#LaPresse: “Good deals in Manhattan, south of the 14th | Sarah Mongeau-Birkett “

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New Yorkers tend to name every corner of their beloved city: Soho, Nolita, Greenwich Village, Lower East Side, East Village … Areas that all have their own identity.

Where to Stand: Arlo Hotel

For the Thanksgiving, we offer a getaway in the Lower Manhattan, without going up north of the 14th Street.

The Arlo Hotel, located in Hudson Street, in the Soho area, is perfect for a short stay.

The rooms are small, but very stylish; the hotel has opted for the maximization of common areas, with a welcoming hall and a superb rooftop terrace.

In addition, bicycle rental is free of charge; convenient to explore the Lower Manhattan.

231 Hudson Street, New York

www.arlohotels.com/arlo-soho

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The Russ and Daughters is a "jewish deli" not to be missed.

PHOTOS SARAH MONGEAU-BIRKETT, THE PRESS

To take the brunch: Russ and Daughters

The tray of salmon, the chocolate babka … this "jewish deli" is simply delectable!

On the other hand, do not expect to find "Montreal" bagels; we are well into the realm of the New York bagel, more fleshy and mellow!

A queue is almost inevitable, but it's definitely worth it.

127 Orchard Street, New York

www.russanddaughterscafe.com

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The realities of New York immigration in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are beautifully presented at the Tenement Museum in the Lower East Side.

PHOTOS SARAH MONGEAU-BIRKETT, THE PRESS, AND KEIKO NIWA, LOWER EAST SIDE TENEMENT MUSEUM

Incursion into the past of New York: Tenement Museum

The realities of New York immigration in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are beautifully presented at the Tenement Museum in the Lower East Side.

The guides ask some very pertinent questions that encourage visitors to think about the immigration issues in the United States while exploring the reconstructed apartments at 97 Orchard Street.

As the building was condemned during the mid-20th century, parts of the building remained intact. The visitor can therefore observe the original materials.

103 Orchard Street, New York

www.tenement.org

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Stumptown Cafe, on the left, and Irving Farm Coffee Roasters Cafe, on the right.

PHOTOS SARAH MONGEAU-BIRKETT, THE PRESS

To take a coffee break: Stumptown and Irving Farm

For the decoration and, of course, the excellent coffee, a break at Stumptown, in Greenwich Village, is in order.

If you are in the Lower East Side, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, a coffee producer from New York, is a short walk from the Tenement Museum on Orchard Street.

Stumptown: 30 West 8th Street, New York

www.stumptowncoffee.com/locations/newyork/greenwich-village

Irving Farm Coffee Roasters: 88 Orchard Street, New York

irvingfarm.com

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The Standard roof terrace offers incredible views of Lower Manhattan and the financial district (" downtown ").

PHOTOS SARAH MONGEAU-BIRKETT, THE PRESS

For an incredible view: The Terrace of the Standard

The Standard's rooftop terrace offers incredible views of Lower Manhattan and the financial district (" downtown ").

Arrive early in the afternoon to find a place near the glass barrier. The cocktails are delicious, and the menu is long and diverse.

848 Washington Street, New York

www.standardhotels.com/new-york/properties/high-line

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The restaurant Dinnertable is hidden behind a secret door of the bar Garret East.

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY DINNERTABLE

A meal in the "secret": Dinnertable
A little disoriented, you arrive at the Garret East bar and you wonder where the Dinnertable can be found.

We are at the right address in the East Village. The "bouncer" notices our confusion and tells us to go to the bottom of the bar and press a button on the right wall.

A large sliding door opens: we arrived at the Dinnertable!

Not to be missed, the homemade hot dog at miso (this is the secret recipe of the owner's mother), roasted carrots with tofu ranch dip and beef tartare.

206 Avenue A, New York

www.dinnertable.nyc

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Under a cute retro façade where the neon lights shine is the restaurant La Esquina, which serves delicious and unpretentious Mexican cuisine.

Pictures Sarah Mongeau-Birkett, The Press

For a Mexican meal: The Esquina
Under a cute retro façade with neon lights, La Esquina restaurant serves delicious, unpretentious Mexican cuisine.

The terrace is perfect for good " people watching ", but you can also eat in the secret basement – just find it!

The shrimp tacos, with garlic butter, and the corn cob with cheese queso fresco have caught the attention of our taste buds.

114 Kenmare Street, New York

esquinanyc.com

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