With the opening of our first Nautica Global Flagship Store at 101 Prince Street in the SoHo district of New York City, we did a little friendly neighborhood snooping to find the best of the best SoHo jaunts. What did we find? Well, feast your eyes on the coolest stuff we discovered South of Houston!
94 Prince Street
Just steps away from the Nautica flagship lies the historic Prince Street Staple, Fanelli Café. Its iconic neon sign and delicious American food (see: cheeseburger) will leaving you coming back for more. Known as the second oldest food-and-drink location in SoHo, Fanelli’s was one of the hippest locations for artists to hang out. Bob Dylan was even noted to be a regular!
The Donald Judd House
101 Spring Street
Generational influencer and highly celebrated installation artist, Donald Judd’s home on 101 Spring Street is one of the first of the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios of the National Trust for Historic Preservation program to be restored and open to the public as a living home-museum. The 19th century five-story cast-iron building Judd called home has been preserved to the exact quarters Judd himself lived in. Pieces of Judd’s own work remains within the building along with others by artists he admired including Dan Flavin, John Chamberlain, Frank Stella and Larry Bell. The building is open to small private scheduled tours for a fee on their website. Be sure to check it out here! Donald Judd Foundation
MoMa Design Store
81 Spring Street
Ideal for all of your quirky gifting needs, or hours of art and design-inspired time passing, the MoMa design store in SoHo is a great way to satisfy anyone’s artistic appetite. The MoMa Design Store offers eclectic items from jewelry to dinnerware to coffee table books that would make any recipient a very happy camper. Be sure to stop in this always buzzy local spot to pick up a piece of your own modern art inspired tchotchkes & trinkets!
Be sure to check out our Nautica Flagship Location at 101 Prince Street!