PDT – Please Don’t Tell

PDT (it stands for Please Don’t Tell), is a speakeasy that is located on St. Mark’s Street in the East Village. This cocktail bar is that is located adjacent to Crif Dogs. You gain entry to PDT through the phone booth inside of Crif Dogs. If you end up hungry at PDT you can order […]

Bar Moga

Bar Moga opens up on the corner of Houston and Sullivan St. by Becky McFalls-Schwartz and Chef Takanori of SakaMai. McFalls-Schwartz was a long-time protégé of the late Sasha Petraske and developed the cocktail program that features Japanese-Inspired cocktails. The venue is based, and named, on a moga. Moga is a “modern girl” that emerged in […]

Blue Ribbon Federal Grill

The Bromberg Brothers and the team behind Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen bring their eclectic downtown energy to the heart of the Financial District. Blue Ribbon Federal Grill is located in the ground floor of the AKA Wall Street at the corner of William Street and Maiden Lane. Federal Grill’s menu embodies the abundant “something for […]

American Cut

American Cut is LDV Hospitality’s signature steakhouse with it’s flagship restaurant in Tribeca. Carefully curated once again by Iron Chef Marc Forgione, the new location blends the Atlantic City concept with New York City style.

The 180-seat restaurant with private dining options adds an element of culinary intrigue to guests, filled with fine food and spirits in a modern setting with art deco accents.

Refinery Rooftop

Refinery Rooftop is 3,500 square feet with unobstructed, unparalleled views of the Empire State Building just blocks away. The rooftop features three distinct sections that transition seamlessly from a cozy interior space complete with fireplace, water feature, and wooden ceilings constructed out of wood salvaged from the original building’s water tank; to an expansive indoor/outdoor […]

Madman Espresso

Madman Espresso is a friendlier barista, a bigger smile and a better coffee.
The interior is rustic-chic, the light is perfect, the music cool. You are in a special destination and yet you are at home.
We serve caffevita.com, they’ve been roasting coffee in Seattle since 1995.

Abraco Espresso & Bakery

Abraco Espresso in the East Village is about the size of a Starbucks bathroom. They don’t have a table nor Wi-Fi but two slender ledges for your coffee. Abraco means “embrace” in Portuguese. Partner Jamie McCormick gained a following in San Francisco working at Blue Bottle Coffee Co., a micro-roaster known that is known for brewing each cup of drip coffee to order.

Lazy Point

Lazy Point is located on Spring Street in TriBeCa in the historic Dennison Wood House. It was inspired by laid-back beach life of Long Island’s East End. They have Jermey Strawn (Mulberry Project & Death & Co), as their head Mixologist. Their Culinary Director Greg Grossman of Georgica. Along with the owners Jason LaGarenne and Gunther […]

The Jade Hotel

Guests at The Jade Hotel in Greenwich Village will feel like they have their own pied-à-terre in this classic Manhattan neighborhood. But unlike the apartments of most New Yorkers, these rooms come with coveted outdoor space ideal for the warm summer months.

Hotel Chantelle

Housed in a multi-level building on the Lower East Side, Hotel Chantelle (note: it’s not actually a hotel) offers a lively outdoor space for al fresco cocktails. While the lower levels are all about the heavy wood accents, the rooftop bar is bright and airy, with modern twists on old school classic drinks like the Pineapple Express and the Oscar Mike, a riff on the Old Fashioned. Hungry?

Haven Rooftop

Located on the top floor of the Sanctuary Hotel, Haven Rooftop has two separate areas for guests to hang out, as well as a delicious menu of French-inspired food including Tuna Tower and Crab and Avocado Palette which can be washed down with wine or cocktails, including Mojitos, Margaritas and Red Sangria served by the pitcher.

Gansevoort Park Rooftop

Gansevoort Park Avenue’s newly reimagined rooftop, set twenty stories above Manhattan, offers a communal environment for both locals and hotel guests alike. The updated tri-level penthouse brings new meaning to work-life balance, creating a 24-hour escape that lets visitors work hard and play hard.

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