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100-seat gastropub, serving cocktails fueled with top-shelf tequila and mescals. Food, too, like roasted pork belly and charred banana puree.
Behind the cold-rolled steel-topped bar, bartenders serve whimsically-named cocktails like Scandinavian-inflected and Ikea-winking Cheap Furniture in a tea cup.
Black Seed's rolling out honey-boiled rounds topped with tobiko cream cheese and beet lox, as well as new sandwiches including smoked salmon with arugula, crème fraîche and a fried-caper omelette.
The enclosed greenhouse and the outdoor terrace are both ideal perches for sipping luxurious $15 cocktails and enjoying the multimillion-dollar view of midtown’s soaring skyscrapers.
This Astoria gym is the only place in the city to Spin under open skies (unless you count, you know, riding a two-wheeler).
Find your green thumb at this 6,000-square-foot plot in Greenpoint, which boasts breathtaking views of Manhattan.
Modeled after the Calais-Mediterranée Express, a luxury train famous for transporting wealthy passengers to the French Riviera in the ’20s and ’30s, the narrow space replicates a refined dining car.
Starting in May, Serene revives its open-air yoga sessions on the roof deck of the James hotel in Soho. Instructor Brigitte Bourdeau leads each hour-long Thursday class.
This year French conceptualist artist Pierre Huyghe brings an exciting site-specific installation to the garden. The project itself is a surprise.
The rooftop reopens to the public with a lush salad garden, filled with antioxidant greens like epazote, a South American culinary delicacy, plus an array of heirloom tomatoes.