Alphabet City is a neighborhood located in the East Village of Manhattan, New York City. The name “Alphabet City” refers to the four avenues that run from Avenue A to Avenue D, which make up the neighborhood’s borders. In recent years, it has undergone significant gentrification, and is now known for its trendy bars, restaurants, and boutiques. Despite the changes, the neighborhood still retains some of its bohemian character. Today, Alphabet City is a popular destination for nightlife, particularly on Avenue A, which is lined with bars, music venues, and clubs. The neighborhood is also home to several parks, including Tompkins Square Park, which hosts concerts and events throughout the year.