21 Dec City Guide: New York City
The magic of New York City takes over in the Winter time! Here are our top picks to warm you up this season in NYC.
1. P.S. Kitchen is not only a plant-based restaurant, but also a social business that donates all profits to different causes through non-profit charity partnerships. P.S. Kitchen elevates vegan options in New York City.
2. A one-of-a-kind modern Indian restaurant, aRoqa, is a sleek destination for eclectic flavors and techniques, blending Western and Indian styles in refreshing and exhilarating ways.
3. Ocean Prime New York City offers a welcome reprieve from the fast-paced energy of the city. Stunning, upscale settings, an impressive menu, and genuine hospitality greet you as you walk through the door.
4. A floating restaurant, Hudson Pier 81 cruises along Manhattan’s West Side. The three-story yacht features bi-level dining and a spacious roof deck lounge for an adventurous escape from the frenetic energy of the city.
1. Hotel Americano is a celebration of art, culture, and culinary pursuits within a serene retreat from the bustle of city life. With a blend of Mexican touches fused with New York style finishing and European design influences, this hotel offers ultra-chic solace.
2. Located in New York’s most elegant neighborhood on the Upper East Side, The Mark Hotel combines old-world comfort, avant-garde design, up-to-the-minute technologies and an unprecedented level of personal service. This art-deco inspired hub provides the perfect accommodations for the design-minded.
3. An energetic social spot filled with urban adventure and daredevil design, The Hudson Hotel takes convention and turns it on its head. Born from the innovative vision of design impresario Philippe Starck, this New York boutique hotel is cool, stylish and young at heart.
1. There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to check out the decorative department store displays! This year, Bloomingdale’s Holiday Displays are a playful, avant-garde take on the upcoming holiday movie, “The Greatest Showman,” from Twentieth Century Fox. These artistic displays were designed by our friend, Allison Eden, who has created intricate mosaic work for the Bloomingdale’s Holiday Displays in the past.
2. The Shops at Columbus Circle is an iconic destination that attracts millions of people a year containing more than 50 retail stores, boutiques and pop-up experiences making The Shops at Columbus Circle the place to dine, shop, and be entertained. Visitors can enjoy fun holiday events like Broadway Under the Stars, free public performances from today’s hottest shows.