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Tell us your name and email. Get a free cone on your birthday. Serving up quality ingredients in imaginative flavors, like the 'Salty Pimp' and 'Rocky Roadhouse,' their cone creations are a necessary guilty pleasure. The bold, splashy interiors belie the serious brands this place is stocking, which includes a selection of veteran designers and on-the-verge newbies. Now sole owner following Easley's departure earlier this year, Buccini hand-selects every item in the store for one of the most expertly curated assortment in the city.
The Blond at the hotel 11 Howard where Le Coucou is conveniently located as well regularly plays host to Fashion Week after parties and other chic events, but even on a normal night it's become one of the chic crowd's favorite Nolita nightclubs from cocktail hour on. The ambience and decor oozes luxury and high style with its velvet seating, dark wood finishes and oh-so-flattering lighting. When it comes to spas in New York City, Aire Ancient Baths is among the best, and yet isn't wildly busy or overrun—and who wants that when they're there to relax? Enter the moody, low-lit den and take your pick of pools.
There are salt baths, hot baths, ice baths—basically everything short of a bubble bath to soothe and soak your weary soul. Then, because hey, you're in pampering mode, enjoy a thoroughly sensational massage treatment to send you off to nirvana. Schwarzman Building the one with the lions, right next door to Bryant Park is a necessary stop for anyone visiting New York with an appreciation for preserved culture and a love of truly outstanding libraries.
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Every year, Bryant Park hosts a Summer Film Festival during which it screens classic and indie films on a large screen on the main lawn. Bring a blanket and a picnic lunch, and watch some of your favorite movies in a way that definitely beats Netflix binging on your couch. Bar crawl continues Enter phone booth and dial 1 pleasedonttell speakeasy.
On the hunt for a more unique nightlife adventure? Discover the secret speakeasy PDT aka Please Don't Tell hidden behind an unassuming phone booth in the middle of a hot dog shop and an amazing hot dog shop at that, you can order any of Crif Dogs innovative menu items when sipping at PDT, too. Follow the instructions detailed by the phone to enter this dark, eccentric St. Marks spot. Frequented by the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Selena Gomez, among other celebs whose Instagram feeds you religiously stalk, Zuma is one of the newer destinations for sushi in NYC relatively speaking, anyway.
This midtown hotspot isn't far from Bryant Park and the Public Library, and it boasts a unique menu offering that ranges from sushi to roasted lobster with shizo-ponzu butter and ribeye steak with wafu sauce and garlic chips. If you have the option, head there during the week—weekends tend to result in this hotspot getting jam-packed with tourists at all dinnertime hours. Mixing up imaginative cocktails in a Prohibition-style setting, Employees Only is must-visit speakeasy in the heart of the West Village. Acclaimed chef Jonathan Waxman never fails to deliver, and his light Italian cuisine at Barbuto is no exception.
The food is comforting and delicious, and the industrial vibes give it that just-right edge that makes the fashion crowd fawn over it season after season. It should be said that the kale salad here is quite possibly the best we've ever had.
Hamilton has emerged as the shining star on Broadway right now. Naturally, that means tickets are almost impossible to get your hands on. And in case none of those appeals to you, here's a full list of the season. As one of the more popular museums in the city, you're pretty much guaranteed to stand in line for entrance to the MoMA —regardless of when you go.
That said, it's arguably worth the wait to view the extensive permanent collection, not to mention the regular contemporary exhibits. The latest from Jonathan Waxman is a semi-revival of his famous s uptown restaurant of the same name, Jams. Akin to the original, Waxman's new spot is all about organic, locally-sourced ingredients and a fresh California vibe.
The ambience of the space housed in 1 Hotel Central Park is perfectly suited to the rustic-meets-modern motif with its metal-framed floor-to-ceiling windows, concrete floors, and exposed brick and ductwork. Also present on this menu, the kale salad from Barbuto that we cannot seem to get enough of. While you're in the area for a bite at Jams, make the short jaunt over to Bergdorf Goodman at 58th and Fifth Avenue for the quintessential New York shopping experience.
The iconic store has been a landmark since and boasts interiors as beautiful as the items it sells. Luxury and style continues beyond Bergdorf's Beaux Arts walls as you make your way along Fifth Avenue. Recent years have seen more high street retailers move into the neighborhood as well. Aside from the ballrooms and residences and immaculate food hall, The Plaza also houses a collection of unique boutiques and shops that are worth visiting. Get a chic coffee table book at Assouline Books, a one-of-a-kind antique at Asulin Galleries, or pick up some new perfume at Krigler.
Then, before you leave, gift yourself with a bouquet from New York City's oldest family-owned and operated florist, Gramercy Flowers. The amenities at the St. Regis are also first-rate—guests can make use of the Bentley House Car and enjoy attentive hospitality from the hotel's hallmark Butler Service.
When you wake up on the weekends, head to their King Cole Bar for a bloody mary—it was said to have been invented there. The third in Ralph Lauren's restaurant portfolio, The Polo Bar is classic Americana through and through which is, after all, what Ralph Lauren does best. The designer delivers his signature aesthetic with equestrian motifs, glossy wood and cognac leather.
Menu highlights include staples like shrimp cocktail, the corned beef sandwich and the Polo Burger. And it's right beside Ralph Lauren's flagship store at Fifth Avenue and East 55th Street—perfect for a post-shopping meal or drink. A cozy taverna nestled in Tribeca, Locanda Verde adds an urban touch to classic, Italian dishes. Go one block east of Fifth Avenue and up to the high 60's and above for even more designer shopping destinations on Madison Avenue.
This classic West Village brunch spot combines the best of French and American fares. The morning crowd loves to bask in Cafe Cluny's Parisian ambience complete with Breton-stripe-clad waitstaff , and the brioche French toast is definitely worth waking up early on a weekend morning for. When in doubt at dinnertime, order anything on the menu—you will not be disappointed. Housed in a two-and-a-half-story townhouse on the upper east side of Manhattan, Fivestory is the place to go for all the most of-the-moment fashion and accessories from It labels like Proenza Schouler, Off-White, Monse, Rosie Assoulin, and Maiyet.
We promise, you will want to move in right away. This storied establishment is an icon of elegance and luxury in the city. A timeless capsule of classic New York, The Carlyle oozes s glamour from the moment you step into into the black-and-white marbled lobby. Guests are treated to the utmost in amenities and services, including in-house boutiques for everything from florists to art galleries and nearby designer shopping at Vera Wang, Perrin Paris and more. The rooms are impeccably appointed with posh decor and the luxe bathrooms come fully stocked with a generous range of Kiehl's bath products.
A farm-to-table gem on the Lower East side, the rustic setting of The Fat Radish is the ideal spot for a date night or dinner out with friends. Test your palette on baby beets served with pistachios, pecorino cheese, and chamomile dressing, or heartier options like roasted hen with mushroom, tamari, and juniper butter. Madeline fans may recognize the name Ludwig Bemelmans as the author of the famous series about the precocious little French girl, just as they might recognize the distinctive art style in the fantastical murals of the bar at The Carlyle.
Spend your happy hour perusing the scenes of besuited-animals frolicking through Central Park and classic city scenes yes, the twelve little girls in two straight lines are among them at this low key, classic piano bar, which also serves as the only public exhibit of Bemelmans' work in the world.
This unique museum is decidedly less busy and bustling than some of its New York City neighbors. Another perfect rooftop-worthy day. In New York, as in many places, the phrase 'you gotta get a gimmick' rings loud and true. Or rather, ice pops in Prosecco.
No better way is there to enjoy a cool treat and a glass of bubbly than here, on the roof of the Conrad hotel, overlooking the Hudson River. Obviously, this is a seasonal opportunity, as winter snow would put a damper on the fun. The spot where many a celebrity gets ready before the Met Gala each year, The Mark is flawlessly elegant in its Jacques Grange-designed interiors and Upper East Side luxury.
Grab one of the hotel's custom bikes or hop in a black-and-white striped pedicab to hit up the nearby 5th Avenue boutiques—though you don't have to leave the hotel for the finest in high-end shopping, pampering and dining. This past year's theme was Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology , and although the collection has since closed, other smaller apparel-themed exhibits will fill its place until the next big one is released in At the height of his architectural fame, Frank Lloyd Wright designed the masterpiece that is the Guggenheim museum.
Wind your way up the levels of the massive rotunda to the exhibitions and halls that showcase world-class art dating from the 19th century to the present—all illuminated from above by the massive central skylight. A hidden sanctuary in the heart of New York City.
You can find a sumptuous luxury spa in any of the world's major cities, but New York is the one and only spot where you can find La Mer's first and only self-run spa. The Mandarin Oriental is a sleek, modern hotel perched high above Columbus Circle, which offers an incredible bird's-eye view of Central Park. But, more importantly, the Spa is where it's at. This world-class facility is one of the city's best for luxurious spa treatments and massages—all while surrounded by a serene ambience in the hotel's signature aesthetic.
Get dressed up and enjoy an evening of unrivaled culture at one of Lincoln Center's stunning theaters. Once the private collection of financier Pierpont Morgan the library and its massive collection of rare books, manuscripts, art, and historical artifacts was gifted to the city by the magnate's son J. Morgan in The collection includes cultural gems like Mozart's manuscript of Symphony no.
Harlem's Apollo Theater has been a New York landmark since , but it's been an historic venue for musicians since the s. The stage has seen such legends like Aretha Franklin, Billie Holiday and Miles Davis, and it's still an iconic theater worth the trip uptown. The Cloisters in Upper Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park is as a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that houses over 2, European medieval art pieces, including the famous unicorn tapestries.
The gardens also serve as one of the most peaceful quiet spots to escape to when you've had enough of the city din. But as the tallest building in the city and one of the tallest in the world the observation deck of One World Trade Center offers truly unparalleled degree views of the city, highlighting the extraordinary history and architecture that make Manhattan one of the most beautiful cities on Earth.
It's a fresh new day and you deserve a fresh cookie! Our cookies are baked throughout the day at each of our bakeries, so no matter what time you stop in, you'll only get the best! Levain Bakery's chocolate chip cookies are absolutely unreal. Double the size of your average cookie, plus infinitely gooier and richer, these massive mounds of magic will ruin you for any other kind of cookie—they are by far the best in the city, if not the country.
Their bakery on the Upper West Side is conveniently located should you decide to spend any time visiting the nearby Natural History Museum or the Hayden Planetarium. A quaint cobblestone street full of pubs and restaurants in Lower Manhattan, the historic feel of Stone Street transports you to another time. During warmer months, tables line the streets for the ultimate post-work happy hour or outdoor hangout on the weekends.
Sitting sixty stories above Lower Manhattan, Manhatta boasts some of the most stunning views of the downtown area. Can you believe that Manhattan is sitting on top of the world's largest gold depository? Well seeing is believing; at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York you can take a tour of the vault where over 6, tons of gold bars are held, which is pretty much guaranteed to be a high point of even your most exciting days. An expansive area of shops, bars, and eateries along the water in the Financial District, South Street Seaport is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
With spaces like the Maritime Museum and an iPic theater all in one place, you'll find plenty of activities to do as you explore the cobblestone streets and take in the grand sailboats bobbing along the skyline. The very first subway ride in New York history left from the old City Hall station in and one look around at the colorfully tiled arches and leaded skylights is proof of just how seriously the city took that occasion.
New York's most iconic and recognizable bridge is, of course, also its most crowded. The bridge offers scenic skyline views that draws a lot of tourists, so aim for early morning if you want to avoid the rush. Though the breathtaking sunset in the early evening might just be worth dealing with a few extra people. How do you preserve your memories? Take photographs, write a journal, paint pictures, collect souvenirs? Or, like our bartender thatdobson, do you create drinks? Jet Lag is just one of the amazing drinks in our new menu, which we launched yesterday.
And each one is a story. Photo by shannonshootscocktails. The Brooklyn Flea is the perfect place to peruse for a great vintage or antique find. For a trendy hipster vibe and high-end Mexican cuisine, not to mention a killer outdoor patio where you can sip on a variety of fresh margaritas, check out Granelectrica in Dumbo.
The string lights in the backyard make it a magical date-night spot. Sitting at the northern edge of Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum boasts a massive permanent collection that spans from ancient Egyptian to contemporary art. On Thursday nights, the museum remains open until 10pm, and on the first Saturday of the month, visitors can enjoy free art and entertainment from p.
The slightly smaller, more low-key sister of Manhattan's Central Park from the same landscape architect duo, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, Brooklyn's Prospect Park was opened to the public in the late s. It features sprawling lawns, woodlands and a massive lake. You can always find people lounging in the grass, jogging and cycling along the paths—and if you ooh and aah whenever you see a dog, prepare to do a lot of that here.
Serving up the ultimate American comfort food, Bubby's is one brunch spot you don't to miss. With two NYC locations in Tribeca and at the High Line and, dine on buttermilk biscuits, cheese grits, or their famous fried chicken pancakes. The decadent, homestyle meal will have you satisfied for days. Tucked in the upper corner of Prospect Park near the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden encompasses 52 acres of lush foliage and flora. Escape the city's hustle and bustle and stroll through the stunning Japanese garden along the tranquil ponds. In the spring, the cherry blossoms bloom, turning the gardens into a breathtaking sea of fluttering pink petals.
Bringing the heart of Italy to Williamsburg, Lilia is a go-to for handmade pasta and wood fired seafood. As you sit in candlelight along walls of exposed brick, dine on grilled clams with Calabrian chili and breadcrumbs, or ricotta gnocchi with pesto, basil, and pistachios. Please update your browser. Thank you for subscribing! A subscription already exists with that email address. The highlighted fields are missing information or contain an error. Please make sure that your email address is correct.
We will be sending a confirmation email, as well as order and account-related correspondence, to this email address. About YesStyle Shop online with the world's leading Asian beauty and fashion retailer. She finished the look with some morganite Kiki McDonough earrings and sparkly silver Oscar de la Renta pumps. Cinderella eat your heart out. Stylish and sustainable - go Kate! Kate stepped out wearing this chic green dress from Beulah London, a label she's championed ever since she joined the royal family.
It's great to see Kate supporting a brand like Beulah, who donate a percentage of their profits to support victims of sex trafficking. According to the website, 10 percent of all profits are donated to The Beulah Trust, which was set up to "to give grants that pay for skill courses giving women who have been victims of sex trafficking and abuse the chance to find work, generate an income, and live a self-sufficient life, free from abuse".
Nice work, Kate. Kate recently stepped out in a pleated tartan midi skirt by Emilia Wickstead paired with a pared back cardigan by Brora. Kudos to Kate.
What a touching tribute! Bravo to Kate for wearing another recycled dress! We'd hate to suggest she stole the show at Princess Eugenie's wedding but She paired it with a tonally complementary boxy tote by Aspinal. Talk about thrifty! Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know the Duchess of Cambridge has a bit of an affinity with Alexander McQueen.
Kate plumped for a chic pale blue coat by her beloved designer for the RAF centenary and avid fans of Kate's wardrobe will notice she's worn that very coat four times before; talk about thrifty! In fact, Kate is so enamoured with the style, she owns it in three colour variations. As well as blue, she also has a cream and yellow version. Well, if it works for her We're into it. Sticking to what she knows best, she stunned in a classic cream dress and matching hat for the special occasion. The Outfit: A beautiful blue and whitestriped sundress that's selling out everywhere.
The Buzz Yes, really! The Buzz: Like mother, like daughter. Kate and Princess Charlotte are matching in their white outfits and it couldn't be more adorable. The Occasion: The birth of Prince Louis. The Outfit: A red Jenny Packham dress with nude heels The Buzz: If we know one thing about Kate it's that shes a fan of a Jenny Packham dress, so it's no surprise she wore this Jenny Packham gown after giving birth to her third child!