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You’ll past art installations, beautiful landscaping of native plants and flowers as well as things not normally seen at eye level: billboards, water towers, people’s apartments. Stay for the sunset.
No matter what time of day it is, their juicy two-buck frank will take you back to the summer when you had your first.
They make drinks here with blowtorches and liquid nitrogen, but never at the expense of keeping their creations drinkable.
Three stories of luxury display Lanvin’s patent leather cap toe sneakers, sleek tailored wear, and next-level casual staples like T-shirts and leather jackets.
You might feel like you’re in Paris: everything here is a little better-looking than you’re used to, the food coming out of the kitchen is traditional but expertly prepared.
A destination in it’s own right with one of the city’s best cocktail bars in addition to the hotel’s restaurant, presided over by Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm and Will Guidara.
Chef Mark Ladner is quietly one of the best Italian chefs in the city, but Del Posto, a soaring, ultra-lavish spot in New York’s trendy Meatpacking District couldn’t seem less subtle.
From the legendary sexually perverse drawings of cartoonist R. Crumb to the dark psychologically charged paintings of Marlene Dumas, Zwirner continues to challenge the conventional high-art standards.
They’ll measure you up and get you in the perfect fit—and possibly hook you on a pair of Alden or Alfred Sargent shoes too.
The tasting menu here is no hushed event: it’s raucous and exciting and always straight-up satisfying.
If the bar is too crowded, try snagging a seat at the adjoining Library, a room adorned with plush seating and books and an antique spiral staircase from France.
Pro-tip: The weekend lunch menu (think shrimp gorditas and fried duck dumplings) is one of the best brunch alternatives in Manhattan and it’s served during one of the easiest time to catch a table.
Grab a cup of La Colombe coffee while you peruse their line of graphic tees and casual wardrobe staples like chinos, buttondowns, and jackets. Oh yeah—you can actually buy surf gear here too.
Downstairs you’ll find saw-dust-covered floors, craft beers on tap, and one of the country’s largest collections of Irish whisky.
Upstairs you have the Boom Boom Room, whose views of the city is unparalleled, and Le Bain, perhaps the only place where you can gaze over Manhattan in a hot tub with a vodka tonic in your hand.