The rooftop of the Empire hotel has an awesome bar!
Central Park is definite! Such a beautiful park. Also, Rockefeller Center is a great place to go. They have a bunch of shops and few places to eat there. And if you have time, go to the Top of the Rock. You get a great view of Manhattan and it's right in Rockefeller Center as well! And if you're going to the Upper West Side, definitely go to Levain Bakery. They have the best cookies. I could go on forever! I live 10 minutes outside of NYC :)
Fishs Eddy, Eataly, ABC Home, and Muji are worth stopping in at. I love Thomas O'Brien's shop as well - masculine luxury. Food wise, you can't go wrong with Lemon Ricotta pancakes at Sarabeth's or any meal at Balthazar. Have fun!
I posted about my first trip to New York last August. I loved exploring the city.My favourite stop was Central Park - and especially loved having bevy's on the dock of the boat landing, and the brunch at the boathouse.Take in the lights of Times Square at night. Have FUN!
We always stop at DBGB in Soho for a meal. Sooo gooood! Grimaldis in Brooklyn has the best pizzas and for sweets we usually stop at Maribelle also in Soho.Have a great time!Wendy-
The basics: Bryant Park, Central Park, Metropolitan Museum, Natural history Museum,the whitney museum, Empire state building, ground zero, brooklyn bridge, grand central, times square. The Ultimate NY experience: 1st dibs @ NYDC, the flower market on West 28th, the Highline, Chelsea Market, Brooklyn Flea Market, explore Soho and the East Village, The New Museum, Katz's Deli, Serendipity, Magnolia Bakery, Spice Market, Balthazar, Cafeteria, buy a last minute broadway ticket in times sq and see a show.
I've never seen this adorable NYC illustration. Have you been to Rice To Riches? YUM! It's on Spring Street in SoHo.
C Wonder in SoHo, the Highline/Chelsea Market for a coffee, and the Rooftop at the Met! Have fun!
post pictures Megan, looking forward to it
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