A huge hit for more than 10 years, The Spotted Pig in the midst of the Westvillage.
Some tips and tricks and need to knows for your visit to the One World Observatory.
Eataly NYC downtown. Dine in the Oculus with an amazing view on the 09/11 memorial.
Hotspots everywhere. Which change often. But in Meatpacking District you never can go wrong.
The Oculus in NYC. Shop, eat, drink and play under one magnificent roof at the WTC.
We left with some lasting impressions. The Whitney Museum stole our hearts.
Ludlow Coffee Supply. A cool litte coffee spot in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
“Hey Ryan, can we please get the check and a doggy bag for our leftover lunch?
Freeman Alley. Hidden spot in LES. Awesome streetart and Freemans Restaurant.
There I went, to the 3rd floor of Chelsea Piers, to hit golfballs in the Hudson.
The Butchers Daughter, a “juice bar, cafe and vegetable slaughterhouse”.
Brookfield Place and the One World Observatory. A perfect combination downtown on the Hudson.
Cafe Gitane in the West Village has been a hip, hot and happening place for years.
The Lowline Lab, the world’s first underground park. Only in New York City …
Nothing fancy, just a clean and good room but the location is perfect. The LES is great!
Be eatertained at Buddakan, the food is great as is the atmosphere.
Where the National Biscuit Company used to bake, among other things, the Oreo cookie.
A must? Well, if you’re into shopping or architecture it most definitely is.
What a cool place and what a good atmosphere. Laid back, easygoing & causal cool.
Praised and often said to be the most fun place to get your books.
Expenisve items were hanging next to affordable second hand things.
Running on a Friday while it was 1.4 degrees fahrenheit outside. Fckng Freezing …
Someone told us about this place: “amazingly good burgers at a reasonable price”.
An authentic and traditional yogaschool for both beginners and advanced yogi’s.
This store was on our “wanna-go-check-it-out” list for years.
The 15 tables were constantly filled and it was very busy at the sushi-to-go counter.
They let me in. It’s not who you are but who you know …
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