If you've reached this page, most likely you've been chatting with one of our stylists about New York and asked for some recommendations. Here's some things we love...



Le Bainat the Standard Hotel
-2 story rooftop club. DJs, cool decor, make sure you see the bathroom, floor to ceiling windows over looking the city, huge outdoor deck if it's nice out

or if you like ping pong, you'll love the Standard's Beer Garden on the main floor!

Lovers of Today
132 1/2 E 7th St
-basement drinking den, masterful cocktails

4th and Ave C
-hip and happening little bar, fun!

Please Don't Tell
113 St. Marks Pl (between Avenue A & 1st Ave)
-go for the novelty of it, hip, secret
-call 212 614 0386 first for a reservation, then go through the hot dog place and knock on the door in the back

10 Degrees
8th bet 1st and A
so good!!!, cozy wine bar. Go here during the day or early evening for wine and a chocolate plate...yum


Rivington, in between Chrystie and Bowery (find Freeman's alley and it's in there)
-so good! great food, great atmosphere (the mash potatoes are amazing, and the mac and cheese is good also), busy so come early

The Spotted Pig
-Village eatery drawing throngs for European-inspired meals & celebrity sightings. British pub style, known for their burger and their deviled egg. Kanye West's favorite spot.

Barrio Chino
-great mexican food, busy so expect to put your name down and then go have a drink somewhere

Les Enfants Terribles 37 Canal (and Ludlow)
-yum! morrocan/french


-a very unique and epic gallery, worth the trek


-Opening ceremony
-Barney's Co-op 236 West 18th Street, New York
-Orchard Street, good for wandering
-Bedford Ave, good for wandering
-Green Point - APC and OAK are there
-Century 21 - if you feel in the mood for picking through massive amounts of cheap designer labels