199 Prince St
What makes The Laundress so great? For starters they have a flagship store on Prince Street in Soho, which houses one of the dreamiest retail locations you’ll ever visit. It’s eco-friendly detergents, fabric …
There are several ways to describe Sadelle’s- bagel bakery, neo-appetizing store, and bistro from baker Melissa Weller and the Major Food Group. There will be a lot more than bagels, …
Maison Kayser Tribeca
355 Greenwich St
Founded by Eric Kayser in Paris in 1996, Maison Kayser is an authentic artisanal French Boulangerie. Baguettes, pastries & light French fare make this chic bakery/cafe a breakfast and lunchtime …
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.