Greenwich Village has always attracted interesting residents such as radicals, intellectuals, writers and artists. Greenwich Village was the hub for the creative type even as far back as 1845 when Edgar Allan Poe lived on West 3rd Street. On today's photo tour we will show you a few of the sights of Greenwich Village.
Top right picture you see the arch of Washington Square Park which is located in the heart of the village.
Center right picture you see diners enjoying lunch at the White Horse Tavern at 567 Hudson Street.
Bottom right picture you see another outdoor café on Seventh Avenue. The building across the street is a nightclub where Joan Rivers has recently been playing.