323 Sixth Ave
NYC’s ultimate entertainment space for New Yorkers seeking out the best in independent film.
59 Horatio St., New York, NY
A red-carpet must-have for celebrities and socialites, Christian Louboutin’s collections comes in an overwhelming assortment of styles from flats and sandals to evening shoes and knee boots.
535 Hudson St., New York, NY
Monocle carries a thoughtfully-curated and international collection of items ranging from Porter bags to Hinoki fragrances, candles, stools and benches.
268 Sixth Ave., New York, NY
When the weather calls for al fresco dining, savvy New Yorkers head to Bar Pitti. This West Village trattoria is THE “see and be seen” place of summer.
Blue Ribbon Brasserie
97 Sullivan St., New York, NY
The unofficial after-hours hangout for chefs, waiters, bartenders and other restaurant industry insiders in search of first-rate fare.
284 West 12th St., New York, NY
On a charming, cobblestone West Village corner, Café Cluny remains a staple for weekday lunches and weekend brunches for the sophisticated-yet-Sperry-wearing set.
Mary’s Fish Camp
64 Charles St., New York, NY
Lobster rolls here are everything you want - rich, buttery seafood enveloped in an airy, fluffy bun.
211 Waverly Place, New York, NY
This bustling eatery – Keith McNally’s Italian outpost – has the European brasserie feel of Pastis, Balthazar, and Schiller’s, yet maintains a unique atmosphere all its own.
Sant Ambroeus – West Village
259 West 4th St.
Ever emulating Old World Milanese authenticity, the pasticceria, confetteria and espresso bar is a popular breakfast and lunch spot among the local intelligentsia.