Trash & Vaudeville- this store was my first experience with the inspiration of vaudevillian fashion

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Trash and Vaudeville, 4 St. Marks Place  NYC — I loved shopping here, especially for shoes.

Trash and Vaudeville, 4 St. Marks Place, NYC: for all your bondage pant / winklepicker / studded wristband / brothel creeper needs (since

Please Don't Tell...on my hit list for NY speakeasies...also, Crif Dog, the gourmet hot dog joint, is next door.

10 Classic Speakeasies In New York City

PDT - NYC (Speakeasy) Located behind a phone booth at Crif Dogs (book by phone at - 113 St.

21 Outstanding Coffee Shops in New York City - Eater NY

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It's definitely worth the wait.

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Pommes Frites NYC - Definitely a hole in the wall place in the East Village.  Serves only french fries with a wide variety of dipping sauces.  A must stop if you love fries!!

Pommes Frites : les meilleures frites de New York

Pommes Frites NYC - Definitely a hole in the wall place in the East Village. Serves only french fries with a wide variety of dipping sauces. A must stop if you love fries!

Street Art @GoogleStreetArt shared on Twitter ~ Artist @daleast extraordinary new large scale nature in Street Art mural located St.Marks, NYC #art #streetart pic.twitter.com/mV1q1O8OPq ><3<

Street Art ~ Artist extraordinary new large scale nature in Street Art mural located St.

PDT in New York, NY.  Tried desperately to get in here the last time I was in the Big Apple but got stopped at the phone booth.  Definitely going there in the future.

PDT - enter via the hot dog place, step into the phone booth and into the hidden bar. no matter how old you are, they will ID you!

Start with Mark

The Bridal Atelier - Mark Ingram the park 55 building 110 east st floor nyc

Altar for Mexican holiday with symbols of life, death and pictures of the recently deceased by the Mano a Mano Mexican cultural organization. 'Day of the Dead' altar, St. Marks Church In-the-Bowery, New York, USA - 27 Oct 2017 (Rex Features via AP Images)

Altar for Mexican holiday with symbols of life, death and pictures of the recently deceased by the Mano a Mano Mexican cultural organization. 'Day of the Dead' altar, St. Marks Church In-the-Bowery, New York, USA - 27 Oct 2017 (Rex Features via AP Images)

The cover of Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti album is actually 96 and 98 St. Marks Place, in the East Village, NYC. physical_graffiti_album_cover_location_led_zeppelin

The cover of Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti album is actually 96 and 98 St. Marks Place, in the East Village, NYC.

The staircase at The Electric Circus,19-25 St. Marks Place, NYC. Mural by Louis J. Delsarte, 1967.

The staircase at The Electric St. Mural by Louis J. Delsarte, / very popular dance club, don't think it had a long run, but I might have been to stoned too remember.

6 Best Hidden Speakeasies in NYC

Although the prohibition days are over, NYC is still home to a handful of secret under-the-radar bars that have the ultimate vibe.

P.D.T. (Please Don't Tell) - While we may be breaking the first rule of P.D.T. , we simply can't keep this well-guarded secret to ourselves. Please Don't Tell is a hidden bar, located through an old-fashioned phone booth in the back of Criff Dogs on St. Mark's in the East Village section of Manhattan. This bar is hidden and exclusive but manages to retain a non-stuffy feel. You can even order anything you want from Criff Dog’s and is passed through a top-secret window...

P.D.T. (Please Don't Tell) in New York

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