Warm is a unique treasure amongst so many fashionable boutiques in the neighborhood, worth checking out even just for the fuzzy feeling you get once inside.
With a star-studded line up of bartenders, the cocktail menu (a chalk board above the bar) is equally daring and exciting for drinking enthusiasts and industry folk alike.
173 Elizabeth Street
Situated in the buzzing NoLiTa, the retail gem features an assortment of vintage accessories, wedding rings, and a range of jewelry, of which all compliment the designer's distinguished aesthetic.
17 Prince St. New York, NY
Located in a former old-school Dominican diner and inspired by a Mexico City lunch joint, Café Habana’s food is 100% Cuban.
194 Elizabeth St, New York, NY
Simplicity at its most savory describes Peasant. Enter this dungeoness enoteca and you may feel as though you fell into a rabbit hole.
235 Mulberry St. New York, NY
A rustic, photogenic atmosphere includes a long, grand bar, antique art, wallpaper from your Italian grandmother’s house and ‘50s tunes bouncing from the speakers.
6 Centre Market Place, New York, NY
The owners have a gift for picking out vintage pieces that are subtly provocative and unusual, but always in good taste.
Creatures of Comfort
205 Mulberry St., New York, NY
The backbone of inventory is made up of serious casualwear for men and women by fashion luminaries like Martin Margiela, Rick Owens and Maria Cornejo.
199 Lafayette St., New York, NY
Known for its fantastic service and style, this NoLita outpost is where elegance, streetwear and accessories converge—just for men, that is.