About The Garden

Tucked behind brick at the corner of Bowery & East 5th Street, the Garden is our quiet and calm oasis in the heart of the East Village. An al fresco destination in warmer months, it’s the perfect spot to sip a cocktail or a coffee, enjoy a bite to eat amid waving greenery and the chirping birds. 

The garden is open year round, playing host to lobster bakes in summer and a full-fledged wonderland in winter.

We're now taking reservations for the return of our Winter Garden on Nov 24th. Strip off those extra layers in our heated alpine yurts, slip into some fondue, and stay warm with hot spiked drinks. yurtreservations@standardhotels.com 

We've also enlisted our friends from Williamsburg’s well-loved Crest Hardware to turn our 5th Street Garden into a Christmas tree market, complete with soul-stirring hot cocoa and cider. To take the feel-good quotient to a whole other level, we’re donating the proceeds to the Lower East Side Girls Club. Trees sold on weekends starting November 24th. 

HOURS

Monday - Friday: 9AM to 9PM
Saturday - Sunday: 12PM to 9PM

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