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THE DIRECTORY: NEW YORK CITY

EAT

Hundred Acres
38 MacDougal Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Soho
Type of Food: New American, Farm to Table
Vibe: Stylish, Chic
Go for the goat cheese-sage bread pudding and bloody marys

Minetta Tavern
113 MacDougal Street
 – New York City
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Type of food: American
Vibe: Old-Fashioned
Go for the Black label burger

Jack’s Wife Freda
224 Lafayette Street – New York
Neighborhood: Soho
Type of Food: American, Mediterranean
Vibe: Quirky, Cute
Go for the Insta-worthy brunch

Palma
28 Cornelia Street – New York City

Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Type of Food: Italian
Vibe: Lovely, Intimate, Romantic
Go for the nurturing organic Italian food and charming decor

The Smile
26 Bond Street – New York City

Neighborhood: Noho
Type of Food: American, Mediterranean
Vibe: Rustic, Cozy
Go for the brisket

La Esquina
114 Kenmare Street – New York City

Neighborhood: Nolita
Type of Food: Mexican
Vibe: Exclusive dining concealed by active fast food counter
Go for the tacos and potential Beyonce sighting

Black Seed Bagels
176 First Avenue – New York City
Neighborhood: East Village
Type of Food: Bagels
Vibe: Trendy
Go for the hand rolled bagels with the freshest ingredients

ABC Kitchen
35 East 18th Street – New York City

Neighborhood: Union Square
Type of Food: New American
Vibe: Rustic-Chic, Trendy
Go for the crab toast and lobster

Cafe Henrie
110 Forsyth Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Lower East Side
Type of Food: Cafe, Brunch
Vibe: Fashionable
Go for the dragon bowl

Freemans
191 Chrystie Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Lower East Side
Type of Food: Brunch, American
Vibe: Hip, Hidden
Go for the egg shakshuka

Rebelle
218 Bowery – New York City
Neighborhood: Nolita
Type of Food: Modern French
Vibe: Industrial, Pretentious
Go for the oysters and fantastic wine selection

Prune
54 East 1st Street – New York City
Neighborhood: East Village
Type of Food: New American
Vibe: Homey, Small, Cute
Go for the Dutch style pancake and eggs benedict

Alidoro
105 Sullivan Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Soho
Type of Food: Sandwich Shop
Vibe: Casual, Neighborhood Spot
Go for the Pinocchio sandwich

City Bakery
3 West 18th Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Flatiron
Type of Food: Bakery, Juice Bar
Vibe: Spacious, Casual
Go for the indulgent hot chocolate with a marshmallow


DRINK

Flatiron Lounge
37 West 19th Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Flatiron
Type of Bar: Cocktails
Vibe: Jazzy, Old School
Go for the perfect nightcap with seriously good cocktails

The Dead Rabbit
30 Water Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Financial District
Type of Bar: Cocktails
Vibe: Historic Irish Parlor
Go for the extensive selection of whiskey cocktails

The Folly
92 West Houston – New York City

Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Type of Bar: Gastropub
Vibe: Nautical, Laid-Back
Go for the cool atmosphere and fun music

Houston Hall
222 West Houston Street – New York City
Neighborhood: West Village
Type of Bar: Indoor Beer Garden
Vibe: Popular, Communal
Go for the giant mugs of beer


STAY

Ace Hotel
20 West 29th Street – New York City

Neighborhood: Flatiron
Type of Hotel: Trendy Hotel Chain
Vibe: Artsy, Eclectic
Go for the hip decor and central location

Gramercy Park Hotel
2 Lexington Avenue – New York City
Neighborhood: Gramercy
Type of Hotel: Upscale Landmark
Vibe: Swanky
Go for the exclusive access to Gramercy Park

The Nomad Hotel
1170 Broadway – New York City
Neighborhood: Flatiron
Type of Hotel: Restored Boutique
Vibe: Elegant, Stylish
Go for the hospitality, artistic touches, and hotel bars

Crosby Street Hotel
79 Crosby Street – New York City
Neighborhood: Soho
Type of Hotel: Boutique, Neighborhood
Vibe: Fashion-Forward, Contemporary
Go for the close proximity to the best shopping and restaurants in NYC

Images via Hundred Acres, NY Mag, La Esquina, ABC Kitchen, Flatiron Lounge, Dead Rabbit, The Folly, Houston Hall, Ace Hotel, Gramercy Park Hotel, The Nomad Hotel, Crosby Street Hotel, Palma, Cafe Henrie, Freemans, Rebelle, PruneAlidoro, Black Seed Bagels, City Bakery, and Jack’s Wife Freda.

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