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Greenwich Village is the place to be after a day of music films, where the ghosts of guitar-slinging icons such as Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix permeate the winding streets of this beloved neighborhood. The legendary Caffe Dante hits the spot with contemporary Italian fare tucked neatly inside of a smartly updated space that once hosted the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Anais Nin. Caffe Vivaldi (pictured) keeps the spirit of folk music alive with a not-be-missed open mic session on Monday nights. For a mix of old and new school, try the jewel box Izakaya cum vinyl-spinning lounge known as Tokyo Record Bar.

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