New Rochelle's Artisan Corridor—Developing

New Rochelle's downtown arts culture, exposing new work in new ways. Art galleries, cafes, restaurants and shop the Marketplace.

If you haven't taken a trip down Huguenot Street to see what's happening, then make it a must see, between Division and Centre. The cultural experience is growing day to day with new artist studios, cafes, art galleries and now Modern Restaurant has joined the action.

On a Saturday night, watch the traffic come to a stop due to the number of patrons crossing from the PAC House Theater (inside the Parish Hall), or walking from the latest art gallery Reverol Contemporary and Cafe R Patisserie.

The development is organic as many of its business owners are residents of New Rochelle. Residents who want to make it happen downtown.

Experience indigenous culture with friends and colleagues. I promise it's a visit worth recommending.

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fuzzy February 05, 2013 at 02:06 PM
to bad there is no parking
Shannon Roddy February 05, 2013 at 03:18 PM
There is plenty of parking, especially on a Saturday night, between all three lots on Lawton, Church, & Divison.
Eric Woodlin February 05, 2013 at 04:30 PM
for events at the pac house theater you may park in back of trinity st paul church off of division street. free of charge.
Michael Woyton February 05, 2013 at 04:45 PM
That's good to know, Eric. Thanks for telling us.


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