From gritty music venues to tiny burlesque haunts, these are the 18 best bars on the Lower East Side.

The Definitive Guide to Drinking on the Lower East Side

From gritty music venues to tiny burlesque haunts, these are the 18 best bars on the Lower East Side.

:  Fire escapes on the Lower East Side by  wanderingnewyork

: “ Fire escapes on the Lower East Side by wanderingnewyork”

Freemans, NY -- at the end of a tiny alley on the Lower East Side

Mysig restaurang Freemans Restaurant , NYC -- at the end of a tiny alley on the Lower East Side

circa 1906, On the East Side, N. Y. C., , German New York, Lower East Side, Manhattan, Kleindeutschland

German New York, Lower East Side, Manhattan, Kleindeutschland</head>

Economy Candy, 108 Rivington St. Lower East Side, NYC Pour des friandises de toutes les époques...

Economy Candy, Lower East Side, NYC- best candy shop ever. All the old school favorites

Chrystie and Stanton Streets, Lower East Side, 1912. Photo by Eugene Wemlinger. Photo from the Museum of the City of New York.

kvetchlandia: “Eugene Wemlinger Buildings Covered in Ice, Chrystie and Stanton Streets, Lower East Side, New York City 1912 ”

Lower East Side of New York City in 1980

Lower East Side of New York City in 1980

Pictures of Lower East Side of New York City in Houston Street, 1980 © Brian Rose/Ed Fausty

How times have changed in New York City! Extraordinary colour photographs reveal 1940s life in the Big Apple in all its glory      Photos by Indiana snapper Charles Weever Cushman in 1941 and 1942     Expensive colour Kodachrome was used to take impressive collection     Many buildings have since been demolished but some of them still stand

How times have changed in New York City! Extraordinary colour photographs reveal 1940s life in the Big Apple in all its glory

Kodachrome Photos of New York City by Charles Weever Cushman. On New York’s Lower East Side, lower Clinton Street.

Bagels, Knish, and Dumplings: Join us on our Lower East Side Food Tour, and explore food influenced by immigrant cultures from Eastern Europe, Russia, Germany, Puerto Rica and many more!

Bagels, Knish, and Dumplings: Join us on our Lower East Side Food Tour, and explore food influenced by immigrant cultures from Eastern Europe, Russia, Germany, Puerto Rica and many more!

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