One-Block Roundup: Bleecker Street

Anyone who’s been in New York longer than a day is undoubtedly familiar with Bleecker Street, the downtown thoroughfare that’s known for its cobblestone blocks, artsy history and (later) upscale leanings. In recent years, the street—specifically the West Village stretch between Sixth Avenue and Hudson Street—has seen a bit of a revival, with fresh new boutiques and restaurants intermingling with old-school spots. Here’s how to spend an entire summer day eating, shopping and exploring, all in one place.

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