Evil and Love was established in January of 2013, with the intent of creating an environment where tattoo culture could meet the various facets of art and design. Located just over the Pulaski Bridge in Greenpoint (Brooklyn) and Lower East Side (Manhattan), Evil and Love nests creatives from unique backgrounds, ranging from painting, illustration, graphic design, animation and fashion design. This place has a team of artists who strive to create unique designs with a variety of different styles.
Whether you’re looking for authentic dim sum or in the mood for some steaming soup dumplings, Chinatown has something for every foodie and more. This vibrant and bustling neighborhood is lined with fresh, cheap produce on the streets (think lychees, dragon fruit, persimmons, and so much more) and stalls featuring imported and knockoff goods. Densely populated, Chinatown has a large immigrant population and deep history that is reflected in its culture today. Pro-tip: Make sure to stop by the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory for unique flavors like red bean and thai tea ice cream!