Today we launch another episode of our Project, "NYC Hush Hush Tips", where we invite renowned and extremely interesting people from all over the Globe to share their NYC secret tips!
Natalie Klein, founder of the luxury multi-brand boutique NK Store in São Paulo, Brazil, launched her store in 1997. With an amazing story along the way, she was nominated by @bof, one of the "talented retailers shaping the global fashion industry" in the #Bof500 initiative. Amazing!!!
Here are the places in NYC that she loves:
Milk & Honey - One of the top secrets in town with the best dry Martini! The bar is "against celebrity-obsessed nightlife" and has a list of strict house rules to follow.
Location: 134 Eldridge Street
Sasabune - Very traditional Japanese restaurant at the Upper East Side with a "Trust Me" menu - you'll eat what Chef Kenji Takahashi prepares!
Location: 401 East 73rd Street
Rare Vintage - A vintage shop with the most amazing gowns! The very best of two centuries of fashion can be found with a highly edited collection.
Location: 24 West 57th Street
The Beatrice Inn - One of the best places to hang out with great food and cocktails. A footnote on the menu reads "Photography is not permitted", so just enjoy your food!
Location: 285 West 12th Street
BDDW - The best spot for amazing furniture. The timeless pieces are handmade and well crafted, designed by the founder Tyler Hays.
Location: 5 Crosby Street
Freemans and Ristorante Morini are two other restaurants with great food and crowd!
Locations: Freemans Alley between Chrystie and Bowery and Morini 1167 Madison Avenue.
Thank you, Natalie, for sharing your amazing NYC tips exclusively with us!!!