Navigating a park isn’t always easy, so we snapped some shots of park fans enjoying the .1 acre indoor pop-up space this weekend. Get familiar, and when you come down, you’ll be sure to recognize some of these inviting features. Please hug the elephant.
The pop-up park doglegs right, and just at the bend is a white on white nook with an out-of-the-way Fatboy USA bean bag.
The w.o.w. nook accomodate two comfortably and five for a moment.
Extreme Fatboy jumping in the Park Here landing area. ... not that we can see the Fatboy cause it's camo. Time to evac.
Two Nolitan ladies enjoyed lunch in the northwest corner of the pop-up park. Just east of the nook. Find it.
At the end of the MagicMurals.com rainbow, you'll find a gold unicorn. Shaped like a giant, plush beanbag.
Traipse across the great lawn and find yourself face to face with difficult treat choices. Here's a Park Here guest sizing up the Filled With Sweets options.
You'll notice foodies like Jessica from The Jam Stand giving you a warm welcome even on the coldest winter day.
Before your journey across the great lawn at Park Here, Hong Kong Street Cart serenades you with boombox tunes, artisan edamame and hot tea. Juice drank!
Stuffed Artisan Cannolis at Park Here. Equipped with a dozen types of cannoli and one fantastic espresso in Park Here's entry veranda.
Join more than 7,000 Openhouse Gallery fans on Facebook + Twitter and see the full Park Here lineup featuring free concerts, wine tastings and a dozen local food vendors at ParkHere.info. Or cut straight to the park at 201 Mulberry St. in Nolita. Park Here is open from noon to 8 daily. It’s free. Spring St. on the 6 train, Broadway-Lafayette on the B,D,F,M.
Greg Spielberg | December 12 2011
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