With Halloween just around the corner who better than Norman Reedus to give us his two cents on what it is and the places that he loves here in The Big Apple. We’re pulling this from a more complete interview that was done over at NYCgo, Interview With Norman Reedus by Christina Parrella.
What are some of your favorite NYC haunts?
NR: I never really go above Houston Street, except for the park. Lucien is my favorite restaurant—it’s slightly above Houston at First and 1st. I like Bread, which is by me. I live in Chinatown so I’m constantly bouncing around down here.
As a longtime New Yorker, how would you say the City inspires you?
NR: There’s an openness to New York and New Yorkers in general that I’m really fond of. It’s one of those places where you’re out and about amongst people all day. I’m not dissing Los Angeles or anything—I like it too—but you’re in a car so much in LA. Here everyone is saying hi to you.
It’s good to know that Norman is not one of those must be either “East Coast” or “West Coast” guys, we love them both also, each side has its charms, frustrations, pro’s and con’s.