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efexinteriors
New York City, NY21 contributions
Mar 2020
SoHo (an acronym for South of Houston Street) So you can grab coffee and a pastry from one of the many Instagrammable cafes and eateries .Walk back in time, along the cobblestone streets. The city’s most fashionable neighborhood has no shortage of trendy spots for shopping and dining, but careful explorers will find Soho’s true charm in the cobblestone streets, cast-iron architecture, and sweeping lofts and galleries.
A creative vibe established by the neighborhood’s resident artists and the pulse of downtown NYC at your fingertips. A NYC MUST !!!!!!!!
Written March 7, 2020
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msp22999
eastpointe, mi15 contributions
My friend and I visited NY in Oct of 2002. We were told to visit SoHo... we were not disappointed! The deals found there are FANTASTIC!
Lots of little shops and boutiques.... designer knockoffs at awesome prices look just like the real thing! Just a reminder though, most of the shops there DO NOT take credit cards, and some not even a traveller's check!! Cash works best. Also, if you like something, act disinterested... you can haggle yourself an even better deal! Spent hours here. Would recommend it to all visitors.
Written July 22, 2003
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42ndSt
42ndSt4 contributions
Mar 2011
I work in Soho and love this beautiful neighborhood! There's a lot more to experience than just shopping, though! I put together a little Youtube video highlighting some of my favorite local things that are a bit off the radar, hope you enjoy them :-)

Go to: http://bit.ly/guAHaF (It's less than 4 minutes long.)

Best,
Jesse
Written March 19, 2011
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TravelQueenie365
Singapore, Singapore704 contributions
Oct 2013 • Friends
Tip 1: Ok, nothing is cheap in New York, food are rather expensive in NYC. If you want to have lunch lunch in Soho, make sure you have enough money in your wallet.

Tip 2: For me, I think Soho is more like a place for people to walk around and people-watching. It is not a place to have lunch or dinner because it cost too much.

Tip 3: No matter what day of the week you go to Soho, it is very packed. Filled with tourists!

Tip 4: Looking for a bathroom would be difficult, make sure you find out where is the nearest Macdonald.

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Written January 18, 2014
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10sChick
Portland, OR277 contributions
Forget about the "Garment District". I wanted to do some real New York shopping for clothes/shoes and the Garment District is a huge disappointment. I decided to check out SoHo and it was the coolest collection of shops. It's a good mix of very high end to some real discount places. If you don't know where to start, head to Washington (the one by Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village) and Broadway and walk south down Broadway. Broadway alone is blocks and blocks of fun shopping. From there you can cut in and out of the little side streets in the SoHo area for more cool shopping. The food is fun in this area as well. We had excellent deli sandwiches at Olives on Prince Street. The Clinton St Baking Co is notorious for breakfast.
Written September 5, 2010
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Kalle
Helsinki, Finland50 contributions
Here are many boutiques, that most of us can't afford. But you can shop affordabily in the awesome MoMa museum shop and in the Paul Frank Store at Mulberry Street.
The best shop in Soho is Dean Deluca! GO THERE, I wouldn't want to leave that place for hours.
Written July 26, 2005
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Frank D
Islamorada, FL51 contributions
Jun 2013 • Family
Took my 15 year old grand daughter shopping in Soho. I carried the bags and paid the bills. It was a LOT of fun. Start on Broadway and Prince and work south. Do the side streets off Broadway for a couple of blocks in each direction. Plan on spending two days. We learned: You can pay whatever you want for whatever you want. A pair of jeans can range in price from a little more than I would expect to pay for a glass of wine up to what I might pay for a used car. Guys, don't miss the Frye Boot store at 113 Spring Street. Also, I didn't know it, but the world famous "Top Shop" on 478 Broadway has a men's department... but you need to be able to wear "Slim Fit". My grand daughter kept gravitating back to Brandy Melville at 518 Broadway. Me, I just kept going back to Dean & DeLuca for snack breaks. If you have a shopper, particularly one that is thin and hip, this is the place!
Written June 12, 2013
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MaggerMae
Illinois101 contributions
Everyone else mentions the shopping in Soho, well go if you are interested in seeing some beautiful architecture! We did a walking tour of the area that focused on the cast iron facades of the buildings. Unless you know what to look for, you won't even realize the facades are cast iron. This was one of my favorite neighborhoods in NYC for the architecture.
Written July 25, 2007
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MONTYHADES
Visalia, CA755 contributions
I really enjoyed my time in SoHo, there are many places to see, shop, eat, hang out, walk, run, just pretty much anything, it is busy and no matter what time I went, it's just busy, but over all it's a very pretty area! If you are visiting New York don't forget to come here!
Written November 25, 2013
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pellbal
Ottawa, Canada9 contributions
Sep 2019
This was my 6th visit to NYC and SOHO and this time round SOHO just didnt measure up. My last visit was 3 years ago and at that time SOHO was busy and all the stores were busy...this time round, every second store front has a vacant sign in the window. I was shocked to see how many stores had closed. The subway was an issue also as on Sundays the subway doesnt stop at Prince station so we had to walk from Canal street which wasnt an issue but it wasnt where we wanted to go. The stores are all the major brand stores that are now available everywhere so there was nothing new or exciting to see....if we go back to NYC, SOHO will not be a stop.
Written September 3, 2019
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