"Deserted at Night"
East 74th street can easily fit into the typical niche description of the Upper East Side. It is mostly a residential street peppered with sparse restaurants and services. Although many of these locations are open late into the night, the street tends to be deserted after 9pm, as if most of its inhabitants flock westward for their nightly adventures. On its intersection with 3rd ave, East 74th street boasts "Bistro Le Steak" which is a quaint French Restaurant with a lively atmosphere and an entertaining bar staff. This restaurant, although not too overwhelming in its decor, is a nice little get away as it doesn't attract a suffocating amount of people. One particular regular however, does answer to the title of Governor. There isn't much that makes the street stand out, in any case, it's a nice strolling street.