Riviera and Smalls Doors

The Riviera, 1969-2017 is on W 4th Street and 6th Avenue. Sorry to see it closed.
Photographs taken in Greenwich Village, New York City.

Riviera 1969-2017, 225 W 4th Street and 6th Avenue, 4/20/2019

Smalls is a world famous jazz club.

Smalls Jazz Club 1993-, 183 W 10th Street, 4/20/2019

A Pretty shop done up for Spring

390 Bleecker Street, 4/20/2019

A gate leads into this lovely little triangular park, Father Demo Square.

Father Demo Square 1923-, 4/20/2019

For Norm’s Thursday Doors, April 25, 2019

13 thoughts on “Riviera and Smalls Doors

  1. Manja Mexi Movie 2019-04-28 / 5:02 am

    Oh yes, just lovely, all of them. They spell fun and happening, and spring!


  2. Norm 2.0 2019-04-26 / 12:13 pm

    Lovely shots Sherry. Looking at the first one, I’m a big fan of that style of building too. I can just imagine the architect: “This is all the space we have, but let’s work with it!”


  3. Junieper2 2019-04-25 / 11:02 pm

    Love the Sax above the door! Do you like jazz? What kind of an eatery was Riviera? Lovely atmosphere in this neighborhood and you captured it well:)


    • Sherry Felix 2019-04-26 / 8:51 am

      I like some Jazz, not all of it. I never went there or to the Riviera which was a sports bar featuring the Red Sox. I love walking the streets in Greenwich Village. My hubby fills me in on all the history – he leads a history tour.


      • Junieper2 2019-04-26 / 5:42 pm

        Love jazz, but it’s hard to find a good band on the country side:) Oh, in the past one of my friends played for the Red Sox, not long though. Can imagine Greenwich Village is fun to walk – it has a certain atmosphere that reminds me of old parts of some of the European cities. You are married? You are full of surprises. I had so in mind you were single!


  4. sustainabilitea 2019-04-25 / 9:29 pm

    I’ve always liked those wedge-shaped buildings but I also really like the Loveshack presentation.



  5. Jet Eliot 2019-04-25 / 8:00 am

    Fantastic NYC glimpses and doors, Sherry. I especially love the jazz club door with the saxophone above it.

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