Check out sneaky fake NYC storefronts and facades
Scouting NY mapped out its top picks for some of the city's phony facades hiding bars, restaurants and other fun secretive spots.
Mon Sep 9 2013
Via Scouting NY
We're big fans of creative faux store exteriors and speakeasies, so we were thrilled to see Scouting NY's compilation of the 8 Best Fake Storefronts & Phony Building Facades in New York City today.
Scout rounded up some of our favorites, including Beauty and Essex, a fancy Lower East Side eatery masked by a working pawn shop, and PDT, a swanky reservations-only speakeasy bar hidden behind a phone booth in an East Village Crif Dogs.
Also of note: The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Store in Park Slope, which sells fun world-saving goods like Antimatter, superhero capes and invisibility gear out front, and covertly opens up to Dave Eggers's 826 NYC student literacy program; and a fake townhouse in Brooklyn Heights owned by the MTA that serves as a subway ventilator and emergency exit.
Check out the post for the full list, and see if you can figure out the top secret No. 1 pick.