It’s going to be a busy summer and spring season in NYC, and especially in the East Village! Rogue House Salon has called this place our home for the past six years and we’re happy to be a part of this community!
NYC Pride Month
This year, New York City’s Pride programming returns to a fully in-person lineup for the first time since the pandemic began. This year’s official theme: “Unapologetically Us.”
The Rally will return in-person on Fri June 24th. Party with Pride at Fantasy Days and Teaze on Sat Jun 25. On June 26, the march starts at noon at 25th Street and 5th Ave. and makes its way past the Stonewall National Monument and the New York City AIDS Memorial before finishing in Chelsea at 16th Street and 7th Ave.
Learn More: https://www.nycpride.org
New Restaurant Openings
One thing we LOVE about East Village is the food. Summer means a few things to us city dwellers but it always includes exploring the new eateries that just opened! Japanese, Mexican, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Jamaican, and Italian — you can find them here in one of the best dining neighborhoods in NYC.
Here are some of newest hot spots in East Village that are worth checking:
- Rowdy Rooster (149 1st Avenue, East Village)
- Calle San Marcos (113 St. Marks Place, East Village)
- Singlish (17 East 13th Street)
- Viva Cucina (85 2nd Ave – Corner of E. 5th St. NY, NY)
- Gongo (15 St Marks Place, New York, NY)
Tons of Dog-friendly Places
New York City is ranked as one of the most dog-friendly cities in America, with dog parks in all five boroughs and an estimated 500,000+ pet dogs living here.
Needless to say, NYC is as much a playground for pets as it is for people. Walk around East Village and you’ll surely find dog-friendly restaurants and pet-friendly hotels. The area also has accessible dog parks that you and your furry friend can enjoy.
When dining, do take note of the following:
- Non-service dogs are allowed to dine with you in outdoor seating areas, at the discretion of the restaurant owner. (Please make sure to ask)
- While dining, dogs should be on a leash or in a crate (plus naturally they can’t dine at the table or share your dishes)
Additional Resources: The Best Things to Do with a Dog in NYC and Dog-Friendly Areas in NYC
CONNECT WITH US!
If you’re a recent transplant to NYC and have been wanting to build a community, please come to the salon and let’s chill. We are located at 74 E 7th Street, New York, NY 10003 (Between 1st and 2nd Ave).