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Spring Street

Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales ·

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Reza
Reza
January 07, 2018
half a block away C&E trains to uptow & downtown west side
Ellias
Ellias
November 09, 2017
Walk Spring Street in either direction for great people watching, food, entertainment, bars, etc.. has it all
Erika
Erika
June 28, 2016
Every store you could probably think of :-)
Lauren
Lauren
June 16, 2016
This street has everything from the mostly high end fashion in the world to playful products.. Its a must to walk through the street.
Jess
Jess
December 15, 2015
Great chocolate chip cookies, pretzel croissant, no place to sit so plan to bring to nearby cafe.

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Manhattan, NY