I want to wake up in a city that doesn’t sleep and find I’m king of the hill, top of the heap

About New York

What’s there NOT to love about New York? From its iconic skyline to the High Line, to Central Park any time of year, to 24-hour restaurants and markets, endless events and exhibit, this loud and restless city has something for EVERYONE, in EVERY season. And, some of the best people-watching in the world. Add in the colorful variety of different communities and abundance of talent and creativity, innovative urban gardens and sculpture parks.

What to do in New York

Entertainment & Events

NYFW

Sept. 7th-14th

There is so much to do and see during this fashion-forward week when celebrities, designers, both iconic and emerging, descend upon NYC for runway shows, showroom tours and purchasing opportunities, parties, and a peek at Spring 2018’s hottest looks. Though many events are not open to the public, there are many opportunities to rub shoulders with the style makers and to have a whole lot of fun getting lost in the excitement of the industry’s most colorful happenings.

New York Fashion Week web site

Comic Con

October 5th – 8th, 2017

Possibly the biggest pop culture event in North America—and one of the best things to do in NYC this fall, this annual fan convention is the ultimate celebration of comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys, movies, and television.

New York Comic Con web site

The New Yorker Festival

Oct. 6th – 8th, 2017

An extraordinary weekend of intimate conversations, discussions, screenings, and live performances in venues across New York City define this extraordinary weekend highlighting contemporary figures in literature, film, TV, music, theatre, tech, activism and beyond. Preview upcoming shows and films, hear concerts from star acts, one-on-one interviews with celebrities and enjoy panel discussions facilitated by New Yorker staffers.

New Yorker Festival web site

Open House NY

Oct. 14th & 15th, 2017

Get a glimpse of NYC’s rarely seen spaces with Open House New York, an annual event that gives the public access to the city’s most architecturally important buildings for two days each October. The wide variety of sites that host the weekend-long event range from boardrooms to bedrooms, crypts to clubs, factories to firehouses, lighthouses to lookouts, monuments to mansions, skyscrapers to substations—plenty to satisfy anyone’s inner snoop and lust for innovative design.

Open House New York web site

Dining and Shopping

Public Kitchen


215 Chrystie Street
New York, NY 10002
212.735.6000

Located inside hotelier Ian Schrager’s latest landmark hotel, Public, this eclectic restaurant by iconic chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten covers all tastes and diets, and serves up dishes that bring together all the best of NYC and the many ethnic cuisines of its diverse cultures.

Public Kitchen website

Empire Diner


210 Tenth Avenue New York,
NY 10011
212.335.2277

If you are wandering around Chelsea, consider stopping into this gastro diner where you can indulge in elevated comfort food (think pretzel-coated friend chicken), including insanely so-good-who-cares-if-it-is-bad-for-you desserts such as the naughty coconut layer cake.

 

Empire diner web site

Hà Nội House


119 St. Mark’s Place
New York, NY 10009
212.995.5010

One of the latest haunts to cause a buzz in the East Village, this Vietnamese hotspot was opened by Stephen Starr alumni and comes with all the “cool” you’d expect, and many lip-smacking, out-of-the-box Vietnamese dishes. There is also a solid selection of wine and beer, as well as addicting Vietnamese coffee and exotic desserts.

Hà Nội House web site

Margaux (The Studio)


The Studio
37 W 20th St, Suite 1206
New York, NY 10011
347.855.4803

There is something about visiting NYC that compels even the most frugal of us to go shopping. And if you are a shoe fanatic, it’s probably one of the most tempting cities to be. Just in time for the next transition of seasons, we discovered the ballet flats at Margaux, made of Manolo-quality Italian suede and available as ready-to-wear or custom options, both crafted ­specifically for the optimum comfort and style needs of your hardworking feet.

Margaux web site

Todd Snyder


25 E 26th St.
New York, NY 10010
917.242.3482

For menswear, we love the new flagship store from Todd Snyder, former head of menswear at J.Crew. Located off of Madison Square Park, you’ll find everything from tees and stylish sweatpants, to tuxedos, watches and grooming products.

Todd Snyder web site

INSIDE NEW-YORK

As I was clashed by the movements, the electrifying ambiance, the energy and vibrancy of New York, I swore that I’ve yet to come back again, discovering that I can’t live long enough to experience it all.

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