In the Neighborhood
New York City is a cultural hub and Greenwich Village continues to be home to the many prolific writers, artists and musicians of our time. Living in this vibrant community, the Concierge at Walker Hotel are inspired to share their latest finds in music, art, fashion and entertainment to help you see a unique side of the city and experience New York like a local.
Discover new or well established musicians at Smalls Jazz Club or an avant-garde performance at the nearby Union Square Public Theater. Walker Hotel will help you uncover new and exciting works at the newly designed Whitney Museum of American Art or schedule you a visit to our favorite native New Yorker, Patricia Fields.
Walker Hotel will also help you navigate the many iconic NYC events and maximize your stay around the Tribeca Film Festival, New York Fashion Week, US Open or the many nearby Union Square events throughout the year.
Visit the calendar of events page and start planning your Greenwich Village getaway today.
Quad Cinema's Two for Tuesday Features:
The Culpepper Cattle Co.
An overlooked Western gem from underrated genre specialist Richards. A cattle drive becomes a ticket out of town for teenager Gary Grimes but his rite of passage soon darkens as eruptions of nihilistic violence punctuate the long journey. Boasting a who’s-who ensemble of ’70s Western supporting actors: Luke Askew, Bo Hopkins, Matt Clark—you name ’em!
Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins
A quintessential '70s road movie in which lonesome dead-ender Alan Arkin slowly finds a sense of connection after he's forced at gunpoint to drive aspiring singer Sally Kellerman and teenage waif Mackenzie Phillips to New Orleans. With memorable encounters along the way with Harry Dean Stanton, Alex Rocco and Charlie Martin Smith.Learn More
Caustic, self-pitying fashion designer Margit Carstensen is locked in a love-hate triangle with mute assistant Irm Hermann and gorgeous model Hanna Schygulla in this high-gloss, all-female melodrama, shot in claustrophobic long takes on a single, mannequin-filled set. “Fassbinder’s most harshly stylized and perhaps most significant film” (Dave Kehr).
In German with English subtitles.Learn More