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# Clue
1. Loft-studio area of N.Y.C.
2. London area
3. Artists' area in N.Y.C.
4. Bohemian quarter
5. Where Samuel Johnson's club met
6. Where Karl Marx once lived
7. London's bohemian quarter
8. Piccadilly's neighbor
9. London foreign quarter
10. Dryden's milieu
11. London film center
12. Section of New York or London
13. Where Dryden lived
14. N.Y.C. area
15. Area in N.Y.C.
16. District in London
17. Part of London
18. Part of N.Y.C. or London
19. Area south of Houston St., N.Y.C.
20. N.Y.C. area south of Houston
21. District of Gotham
22. Lower Manhattan district
23. London restaurant district
24. N.Y.C. artists' area
25. Area in Manhattan
26. Dryden lived here
27. London's ___ Square
28. It's near Piccadilly Circus
29. Noted art district
30. Palace Theatre locale
31. It's next to Mayfair, in London
32. Part of London or Manhattan
33. Lower Broadway area
34. Manhattan locale
35. New York neighborhood
36. Big Apple area near TriBeCa
37. New York gallery district
38. Touristy district
39. Coventry Street locale
40. Big Apple gallery district
41. Shaftesbury Avenue locale
42. London shopping district
43. Tribeca is next to it
44. Gallery area
45. Old warehouse district in New York
46. New York or London district
47. It borders Mayfair
48. Artsy Manhattan area
49. Area north of Leicester Square
50. Arty Manhattan district
51. Manhattan area west of Little Italy
52. Manhattan neighborhood north of TriBeCa
53. Neighborhood in Manhattan or London
54. NYC area
55. Silicon Alley setting
56. Home of New York's Silicon Alley
57. Carnaby Street setting
58. Home to many a New York gallery
59. Little Italy neighbor
60. Neighbor of Little Italy
61. Area of London or Manhattan
62. Neighborhood near TriBeCa
63. Neighborhood between Mayfair and Covent Garden
64. Site of New York City's first Apple Store
65. FROM THURSO HOPE TO REACH PART OF LONDON
66. Area of London bounded by Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west, Leicester Square to the south and Charing Cross Road to the east
67. Art-gallery district
68. London location
69. Neighborhood south of Greenwich Village
70. Area below Greenwich Village
71. Area north of Piccadilly Circus
72. Where Carnaby Street is
73. Artsy Manhattan locale
74. Artsy NYC area
75. Home to most of NYC's cast iron buildings
76. Ritzy NYC neighborhood
77. Arty Big Apple neighborhood
78. Trendy New York neighborhood
79. Lower Manhattan acronym
80. Manhattan or London district
81. Area near Greenwich Village
82. Hudson Square neighbor in NYC
83. NYC neighborhood near Chinatown
84. New York City Fire Museum neighborhood
85. London region
86. London theatre district
87. Hip part of Manhattan
88. London district noted for its restaurants
89. It's bounded by Canal Street
90. It's west of NoLIta in Manhattan
91. London area abutting Mayfair
92. Manhattan or London area
93. Fashionable London area
94. Trendy London area
95. Arty NYC locale
96. Trendy London district
97. NYC gallery district
98. Arty NYC section
99. NYC or London area
100. Theatre district of London
101. NASA's sun watcher
102. Neighborhood near Covent Garden
103. Neighborhood near Leicester Square
104. London locale
105. London district
106. Manhattan district
107. France ___ (Parisian daily)
108. It's not needed in hydroponics
109. Elegantly groomed
110. Ah yes
111. Swank do
112. Elegantly attired
113. Words before "gather" or "see"
114. Their pH's are often measured
115. Indeed, yes
116. Currency of Peru
117. Clearly!
118. Growth medium
119. What tillers till
120. What orchids may grow without
121. Spain's Costa del --
122. Wise king
123. Purveyed
124. Appeals for
125. Prism, cone or sphere
126. What David Lee Roth went for
127. Asia "___ Survivor"
128. Type of "Survivor" in Asia?
129. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy song
130. Supertramp "___ Change"
131. English Beat "___ Salvation"
132. One and only member
133. Word one may shout while banging a gavel
134. Pathأ©tique is one
135. Greenhouse heat
136. Kind of heat or panel
137. From ___ down to Brighton I must have played them all ("Pinball Wizard" lyric)
138. Lower Manhattan neighborhood
139. Neighborhood in London or NYC
140. Piccadilly Circus area
141. Arty district in Manhattan
142. Neighborhood of New York or London
143. District in London or New York City
144. It's below Greenwich Village
145. Arty spot in lower Manhattan
146. London or New York neighborhood
147. Artsy area of Manhattan
148. Arty Manhattan neighborhood
149. Neighborhood in London and Manhattan
150. New York City gallery locale
151. Gotham gallery locale
152. Area in London or Manhattan
153. NYC region
154. London tourist attraction
155. Site of Berwick market
156. Where toffs wander
157. London quarter
158. Swinging section of London
159. Limey locale
160. London square
161. Dryden's address, once
162. London's Greenwich Village
163. London's foreign quarter
164. Carnaby St. locale
165. Piccadilly area
166. Lower Manhattan locale
167. District of London
168. Part of Manhattan
169. New York and London areas
170. ___ disant (self-styled)
171. Seed bed
172. ___-disant (self-styled): Fr.
173. Silk, in Strasbourg
174. What some fabrics resist
175. London neighborhood
176. London or NYC district
177. Manhattan neighborhood
178. TriBeCa neighbor
179. Big Apple district
180. Greenwich Village neighbor
181. Manhattan art gallery district
182. London or New York City district
183. Where to find Charing Cross Road
184. Area in London or New York
185. Area in London or New York City
186. Area of London or New York City
187. Arty New York City area
188. Big Apple section
189. Slice of the Big Apple
190. Fashionable N.Y.C. district
191. Manhattan art district
192. Big Apple area
193. Artsy Manhattan district
194. Art gallery district
195. Arty Big Apple area
196. Arty New York neighborhood
197. Arty area of Manhattan
198. Central London district
199. Area of the Big Apple
200. Chinatown neighbor
201. London neighborhood west of Covent Garden
202. Manhattan area
203. Gallery-filled part of the Big Apple
204. Artsy N.Y.C. locale
205. Swinging London district
206. London entertainment district
207. Big Apple neighborhood
208. Home of London's Palace Theatre
209. Loft-y place?
210. Home to some notable cast-iron architecture in N.Y.C.
211. Noted gallery locale
212. It borders Regent Street
213. Area near TriBeCa
214. It's near Piccadilly
215. Manhattan area with lots of galleries
216. London or New York district
217. Foreign quarter in London famed for dining
218. West End district of London
219. Center of British movie industry
220. Movie center in London
221. Get away with late arrival for hospital somewhere in London
222. London district, noted for its restaurants
223. Foreign quarter of London
224. London's mecca for diners-out
225. Artsy NYC neighborhood
226. "From ___ down to Brighton I must have played them all" ("Pinball Wizard")
227. "From ___ down to Brighton I must have played them all" ("Pinball Wizard" lyric)
228. "Hippychick" English band
229. "I met her in a club down in old ___" ("Lola" lyric)
230. "Jesus Stole My Girlfriend" band Violent ___
231. "People screaming for their toast in a small ___ cafe on an island in two rivers on an ordinary Sunday" ("Tick Tick...Boom!" lyric that's an homage to a Sondheim show)
232. "Ruby ___" (1990s punk classic)
233. "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" setting
234. '90s English pop trio
235. 'From ___ down to Brighton I must have played them all' ('Pinball Wizard' lyric)
236. Area between Tribeca and Greenwich Village
237. Area in Lower Manhattan or the West End of London
238. Area mentioned in the first verse of The Who's "Who Are You"
239. Area near Little Italy
240. Area near Trafalgar Square
241. Area of London
242. Area of London mentioned in "Lola"
243. Area of London or New York
244. Area of N.Y.C.
245. Area of NYC
246. Area of New York City
247. Area of New York City or London
248. Area of downtown Manhattan
249. Area whose name is famously written in "camel case"
250. Artsy Big Apple area
251. Artsy Big Apple neighborhood
252. Artsy Manhattan neighborhood
253. Artsy NYC district
254. Artsy NYC locale
255. Artsy New York neighborhood
256. Artsy area in NYC
257. Artsy part of NYC
258. Artsy section of New York City
259. Artsy slice of the Big Apple
260. Arty NYC area
261. Arty NYC neighborhood
262. Arty area in NYC
263. Arty area of NYC
264. Arty district
265. Big Apple or London area
266. Bohemian Manhattan district
267. Boutique-filled N.Y.C. neighborhood
268. British tourist stop
269. Canaby Street's district
270. Carnaby Street locale
271. Carnaby Street's locale
272. Center of the art world arguably
273. Chelsea neighbor
274. Chinatown neighbor in London
275. Cockney milieu.
276. Colourful London area
277. Covent Garden neighbor
278. District in London or New York
279. District in London.
280. District near Greenwich Village
281. District near Piccadilly
282. District of London or NYC
283. District of Manhattan
284. Downtown New York area
285. Downtown area of Manhattan
286. Dryden's address once
287. Fashionable Manhattan nabe
288. Gallery district in Manhattan
289. Gallery-filled Manhattan neighborhood
290. Gentrified Manhattan neighborhood
291. Gentrified NYC neighborhood
292. Geographical location mentioned in "Werewolves of London"
293. Gielgud Theatre's area
294. Hip section of New York
295. Home for "Homeland" star Claire Danes
296. Home of many Big Apple galleries
297. Home to many galleries
298. Home to many of NYC's cast-iron buildings
299. Hunting cry
300. It's east of Mayfair
301. It's next to Mayfair in London
302. It's west of Little Italy
303. Locale in "Lola" by The Kinks
304. London area next to Mayfair
305. London area.
306. London cafe district.
307. London dining district
308. London district.
309. London foreign quarter.
310. London home of Karl Marx.
311. London locale.
312. London neighbo(u)rhood home to the Vinyl Junkies record store
313. London neighborhood named supposedly after a hunting cry
314. London nightclub area
315. London nitery district
316. London of NYC district
317. London or Manhattan area
318. London or Manhattan locale
319. London or Manhattan neighborhood
320. London or NYC neighborhood
321. London restaurant hub
322. London section
323. London section.
324. London sector.
325. London site
326. London square.
327. London's Bohemia.
328. London's foreign quarter.
329. London's restaurant district.
330. Lower Manhattan area
331. Manhattan area known for its lofts
332. Manhattan area north of TriBeCa
333. Manhattan art mecca
334. Manhattan district with art galleries
335. Manhattan gallery area
336. Manhattan neighborhood below Greenwich Village
337. Manhattan neighborhood next to TriBeCa
338. Manhattan neighborhood with galleries
339. Manhattan or London neighborhood
340. Manhattan section
341. Manhattan shopping district
342. Manhatten area
343. Mr. Hyde's home
344. N.Y.C. neighborhood near NoLIta
345. NY gallery district
346. NY/Lon. locale
347. NYC area with many galleries
348. NYC boutique neighborhood
349. NYC district
350. NYC neighborhood
351. NYC neighborhood near NoLIta
352. NYC neighborhood next to Little Italy
353. NYC neighborhood where the Beastie Boys used to hang out
354. NYC neighborhood with many shops
355. NYC or London neighborhood
356. NYC section
357. NYC shopping district
358. Neighbor of Manhattan's Little Italy
359. Neighbor of New York's Chinatown
360. Neighbor of New York's Greenwich Village
361. Neighbor of NoLIta in Manhattan
362. Neighbor of TriBeCa
363. Neighborhood home to Lombardi's Pizza the first pizzeria in the US
364. Neighborhood in London or New York
365. Neighborhood in London's East End
366. Neighborhood in New York or London
367. Neighborhood mentioned in "Werewolves of London"
368. Neighborhood near Chinatown
369. Neighborhood near NYC's Chinatown
370. Neighborhood near Piccadilly
371. Neighborhood near the West End
372. Neighborhood next to Mayfair
373. Neighborhood north of Piccadilly
374. Neighborhood of Lower Manhattan
375. Neighborhood west of Little Italy
376. Neighborhood with a lot of cast-iron architecture
377. New York City district
378. New York City section
379. New York or London locale
380. New York's ___ Garden Hotel
381. Nightlife hub in London
382. Off-Piccadilly.
383. Old hunting cry.
384. One-time NYC locale for Grand Royal Records
385. Onetime setting for a branch of the Guggenheim Museum
386. Overpriced NYC neighborhood
387. Oxford Circus' location
388. Part of London or New York City
389. Part of London.
390. Part of N.Y.C. once derisively called Hell's Hundred Acres
391. Part of New York or London
392. Part of town mentioned in "Werewolves of London"
393. Part of town next to Covent Garden
394. Phil Lynott "Solo In ___"
395. Phil Lynott went "Solo" here?
396. Picturesque London quarter
397. Posh Manhattan neighborhood
398. Rancid "Ruby ___"
399. Rancid's "Ruby ___"
400. Rhyming NYC neighborhood
401. Rhyming neighborhood nickname
402. Rockers Violent ___
403. Rudolph Valentino e.g.
404. Section of London
405. Section of London mentioned in "Werewolves of London"
406. Section of London or New York
407. Section of Manhattan
408. Section of Manhattan or London
409. Section of New York City or London
410. Setting of Martin Scorsese's After Hours
411. Setting of the NYC restaurant Balthazar
412. Site of a former Guggenheim branch
413. Trendy Manhattan neighborhood
414. Trendy Manhattan or London area
415. Trendy NYC neighborhood
416. Trendy New York City district
417. Trendy New York area
418. Trendy area of London
419. Tribeca borders it
420. Upscale London district
421. West Broadway runs through it
422. West End area
423. West End district
424. West London district
425. Westminster area
426. Westminster district
427. Westminster district.
428. Where Dryden lived.
429. Where Karl Marx lived in London
430. Where Karl Marx lived in London.
431. Where Karl Marx lived.
432. Where Marx lived.
433. Where Mrs. Siddons lived.
434. Where Phil Lynott went "Solo"
435. Where to dine in London.
436. Where to lunch in London
437. ___ Square London.
438. London's movie district
439. London café district
440. Dining-out spot in London
441. French reflexive
442. ____ sez to him . . .
443. London and NYC districts
444. Loam
445. Peau de ___
446. It's ___, the cows are giving evaporated milk
447. Besmirch
448. Pot filler
449. Or ___ thought
450. ___ says to him . . .
451. . . . or ___ thought
452. Evening gala
453. Dirt
454. Garden mixes
455. London or Big Apple area
456. Erosion loss
457. Garden center bagful
458. Bon ___
459. Fancy parties
460. Muddies
461. Evening, to Yves
462. Dirty
463. ___ see!
464. Silk: Fr.
465. Obviously
466. Evening event
467. ___ gather
468. ___ hear
469. ___ see
470. French silk
471. Dirties
472. ___ heard
473. Besmirches
474. Gotcha
475. Earth
476. Bon time
477. Fancy affair
478. Note between fa and la
479. Roman sun god
480. [See Notepad]
481. Comfort
482. Bed of roses?
483. Utterly convinced of
484. Part 3 of remark
485. Go it alone
486. =-- plexus
487. Shoe part
488. Scale note
489. Riddle, part 3
490. Ethiopian's neighbor
491. Foot part
492. Say "There, there" to
493. Stain
494. This puzzle's theme
495. Glassed-in porches
496. Sunrooms
497. Trأ¨s chic
498. Land
499. Well-groomed
500. Sully
501. ___ Married an Axe Murderer (1993 comedy)
502. ___ lied!
503. ___ said...
504. Farmer's earth
505. ___-disant (self-styled)
506. ___ sez to the guy ...
507. ___ Married an Axe Murderer (Mike Myers movie)
508. Potting need
509. Not ____ (mediocre)
510. NoLIta neighbor
511. Dirt that might be dug up?
512. Foreign quarter in London.
513. Dirt.
514. Well groomed.
515. West End district of London.
516. Stains.
517. Movie center in London.
518. Peau de ___, silk fabric.
519. London's Greenwich Village.
520. Ground.
521. Earth.
522. London's mecca for diners-out.
523. One's self: Fr.
524. Where to eat in London.
525. Silk: French.
526. London cafأ© district.
527. London's movie district.
528. Country.
529. Not ___ (not good): Slang.
530. Section of London.
531. Square in London.
532. Self: French.
533. Picturesque London quarter.
534. West London district.
535. Cultivated land.
536. Once fashionable London square.
537. Picturesque London district.
538. ___-disant (self-styled).
539. Not ___ (pretty bad): Slang.
540. Oneself: Fr.
541. ___ Square, London.
542. French "himself."
543. Not ___ (mediocre): Slang.
544. Not ___.
545. Hunting cries.
546. ___ disant
547. Where to dine in London
548. District NW of Charing Cross
549. Square in London
550. London's Bohemia
551. Picturesque London district
552. Once fashionable London square
553. Where Mrs Siddons lived
554. Off-Piccadilly
555. Where Marx lived
556. London's restaurant district
557. ___ Square, London
558. Where Karl Marx lived
559. Old hunting cry
560. London home of Karl Marx
561. Neighborhood near London’s Chinatown
562. Carnaby St locale
563. Loft-studio area of NYC
564. Artists' area in NYC
565. Area of central London