Cafe Clover NYC
10 Downing Street
Café Clover aims to challenge the idea that good food can’t be good for you.
17 Crosby Street
Paintbox bills itself as purveyors of “minimalist nail art” and their cuticle creations have earned them a cult following.
35 Orchard Street
Cheeky’s is the sort of ramshackle place that looks like it might turn out one hell of a sandwich, and indeed it does.
105 Sullivan Street
What brings the crowd are some of the best sandwiches to be found anywhere in New York.
56 Crosby Street
The store carries a curated collection of one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, but the jewels are anything but old-fashioned.
181 West 10th Street
Feeling more like an elegant "bobo" (bourgeoise/bohemian) dinner party than a traditional restaurant, it's a perfect spot for a date or a group celebration.
New York Shaving Company
202b Elizabeth Street
If you’ve never experienced an old fashioned straight razor shave, it’s an experience you didn’t even know you were missing.
MM6 Maison Martin Margiela
91 Grand Street
Offering women’s wear and accessories, MM6 offers a chance to add a bit of Margiela mystique to your wardrobe at more pocketbook-friendly prices.
332 Lafayette St.
Temple Bar is a cocktail den designed like a 1940’s era speak-easy, and without a sign outside, it's easy to miss while walking down Lafayette Street.