Designed by Space Copenhagen, a Danish interior design firm for minimalism, fused with urban New York. An artsy hotel, this one has carefully curated art objects across common areas, bars and rooms for an inviting stay.
Down a hidden street, this is a performance stage, with quirky cocktails paired with unique glassware. Inspired by the European apothecary culture and the world of absinthe, this is a unique experience.
Not your ordinary Indian restaurant, this one has traditional flavors in a funky and homely setting. The Hindi term Babu Ji, means self appointed neighborhood ambassador, and one who knows his way around town.
A family-friendly plant based and kosher catering menu throughout Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan with no delivery fees, which can be ordered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 718-606-2179.
On the elevated 14th floor of the delightful Library Hotel, the Bookmarks Lounge (and adjacent Poetry Room and Writer's Den) is calming bliss with literary themed drinks with vine and brickwork finery.
Stratis Morfogen ensured Brooklyn Chop House have indoor swag and outdoor elevated patios over the cobblestone streets, plexiglass partitions from Avantguards, and a fully digital menu for sumptuous bites. And of course, dumplings!
This soda fountain in Carroll Gardens has your childhood favorite sundaes gone adult! Pretzel rods, massive dessert bowls, velvety ice creams, ice cream cookie sandwiches and the classic sundaes from your childhoods, reborn.
With a carefully curated menu, Chef Jason Hall adds his own unique twist on classic French-Mediterranean cuisine of the coastal cuisine of Southern France, with inspirations from Italy, Spain, and Greece.
Clinton Hall’s massive location at 36th Street is now open for indoor feasts and delicious drinks. Enjoy great Supercraft beer, hard seltzers, wine and a full bar menu alongside delicious food from Executive Chef Darryl Harmon.
The neighborhood Italian spot is doing more than just selling wine and cocktails at retail prices - they have quarts of sauce and daily homemade pasta for a fresh feel that can be recreated at home. Like the good old days.
The art of cocktails is a science, epitomized in this institution of New York that has deservingly won Best American Cocktail Bar and World’s Best Cocktail Menu at Tales of the Cocktail Spirited awards.
Obsessed with rice culture? This is the spot. Chef JJ Johnson formed Fieldtrip as a community-based dining experience that celebrates rice culture with a variety of dishes based on it. All rice is freshly milled, unbleached and not enriched.
Gertie has been converted into a relief center which provides packed dinners and meals and supplies to those who have been adversely affected by COVID19 in the culinary industry, which includes hundreds of hospitality workers.
A vibrant, celebrity and nightlife studded hotel that is still cozy and charming, this one includes custom-designed, handcrafted furnishings and rotating collection of 20th
century art from Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The Australian restaurant and cafe Hole in the Wall has a new Flatiron location at Hotel Henri with both indoor and outdoor dining under the hotel's awning. Their Murray Hill flagship boasts high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass walls, too.
Sandwiches and grilled meats and more in recipes influenced by indigenous Guaraní peoples. With mbeju, a cheese-stuffed flatbread made of manioc dough, the flavors are all earthy from the mountains of Paraguay.
Ever tried an authentic Japanese cheesecake? Soft, airy and bouncy (even called Bouncy Cheesecake), these are in a handful of flavors with a 15 minute wait time for freshly made ones that are always served warm. Get ready to salivate.
This massive and quirky rooftop bar and lounge has an “urban amusement park”, dazzling views, a rotating carousel, an oversized topiary garden, and funniest of all, "Foreplay", a golf course with flirty animal sculptures.
With a quirky set of weekly changing flavors from burnt honey to durian (!), the toppings include honey brittle or sesame caramel to round off your ultimate, tasty and texture driven ice cream experience
This spot actually the food served, making sure the peas and beets and greens are as fresh as they get. Ideal for drinks, snacks, desserts and bites aplenty, akin to a fun, modern day picnic in a charming environment.
Your spot for seeing A-listers looking for a quiet cocktail in an artsy ambiance. This is the spot where the city's glitterati flocks for a night out, or where fashion parties are held and inhibitions shed.
Dessert monsters, look no further. A dessert only tapas spot where traditional confections are remixed with an Asian flair with superfoods like matcha, green tea, yuzu and kobacha. Get ready to salivate.
Popularly touted as 'The Queen of Soul Food', it was founded in 1962 by Sylvia Woods, in 1962 and has since become a community favorite in Harlem, also known as the world's kitchen owing to its global inspired soul food.
TAP stands for Tapioca crepe, Açaí, Pão de queijo, some of Brazil’s most traditional foods. With a laidback beachside vibe transporting you to Rio de Janeiro, it serves savory and sweet tapioca crepes,
Doughnut lovers rejoice. This place makes small batch, hand crafted yeast doughnuts to order in funky and inspired flavors with ingredients like habanero, maple bacon, and even frozen doughnuts for the summer!
A speakeasy style restaurant and home away from home with Ethiopian and Mediterranean inspired cuisines, South African wine tastings, fair trade Ethiopian coffees and teas, live music, art previews, film screenings and more.
Breathtaking views of Manhattan aren't new, but this one rises 1,776 feet above the site of the former World Trade Center for a unique view indeed. Plus it doubles up as a meeting space for business travelers.