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The Cutting Room for fantastic live music performances in NY

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The Cutting Room is New York City’s premier live music venue serving great food, drinks and some of the best live music performances in NY!

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From the amazing Bowie, to the unapologetic Lady Gaga, The Cutting Room has quite a story to share!

It first opened in 1999 through 2009, closed for a few years and was then reinvented by Steve Walter and Chris Noth – Mr. Big from Sex and the City. Finally, it reopened in the beginning of 2013 at a new address, in Midtown.

It is considered a special place where you will find great eclectic live music and good food.

The guitar chandelier is obviously one of the stars of the place. Plus, the barber chairs mingle with the décor and the massive wooden staircase is also a highlight. From there, you are able to see the entire place, giving you a privileged view of what’s going on.

“We wanted a place where up and coming artists could get seen and established artists felt comfortable playing club gigs. We wanted a place with great sound, creative food and cocktails where the venue itself was as beautiful as the music.”  ~ Steve Walter, Owner

If you want to grab dinner before heading for your exciting night at The Cutting Room, you might want to try the Lebanese, ILILI. We simply love it!

For a nearby hotel to stay, at an affordable rate, go to INNSIDE New York.

Now, to explore some more amazing live music performances in NY, head to Brooklyn! More specifically,  East Williamsburg to a spot called Brooklyn Steel. This is the place to go in the neighborhood.

Hours: May vary, so check their website to confirm!

Location: 44 East 32nd Street

http://thecuttingroomnyc.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Cutting Room NYC
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Satya Twena And Her Custom-Made ManHATtan Luxe Hats

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New York is one of the perfect cities around the globe to use and abuse of hats! Being in the #1 Fashion Capital of the World, Satya Twena contributes to this fantastic industry in grand style with her custom-made ManHATtan Luxe Hats!

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New York City has one of the biggest diversity of styles on the streets. So, you can literally find amazing head props wandering around town, as well as the most amazing custom-made hats.

Within this creative universe is Satya Twena, a fashion entrepreneur and fine milliner/hatter.

In addition, each hat is handcrafted in New York City utilizing vintage blocks and free-hand forming techniques to create wearable art.

And, for the hat lovers, you can schedule an appointment to visit their showroom and customize your own piece of art!

A few of the heads she dresses before are: Oprah, Usher, Lady Gaga, Kelly Framel from The Glamourai, Rocky Barnes, Maggie Grace, Leandra Medine from The ManRepeller, June Ambrose, Baratunde Thurston, Bruno Mars, Anjelica Huston, Jessica Biel, Kim Pesch from Eat Sleep Wear, Snoop Dog, Samuel L. Jackson, Skin, Tom Hanks and several other big names!

Impressive list, right?

Curiosities about Satya Twena: Satya grew up in Southern California & graduated from Wellesley College. She is a preztel croissant fanatic, finds comfort in Paris & practices meditation.

We love it!


More about Satya:

“Satya’s first entrepreneurial endeavor started in 2010 when her mother asked for a soft hat to cover her bare head. She had begun to lose her hair from cancer treatment.

So, Satya continued making hats for herself, her mother and their friends out of her apartment using a jiffy steamer and her home oven.

As demand increased and needing to fill orders, Satya’s friend designer Charles Nolan, introduced her to the Makins Hat Factory (one of Manhattan’s last hat factories, located on 35th street in Manhattan).

Furthermore, she worked closely with them until 2013, when the 40 year old Makins Hat Factory abruptly closed.
By saving Manhattan’s last hat factories Satya and her team continue to preserve the legacy of the Makins Hat factory and the craft of hand made hats in America.

Satya grew up in Southern California & graduated from Wellesley College.”


Lastly, for other custom hat makers in New York, check out Teressa Foglia and Goorin Bros.

Hours: For a custom-made hat, email them to book an appointment.

http://satyatwena.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of Satya Twena, Nickonken and Melanie Dunea
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Aurora Lopes Mejia: An obsession for Dictionaries and Etymology

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Jewelry makers are common today all around the Globe. But, a true jeweler with a meaningful story and with a unique craftsmanship, narrows it down! Aurora Lopes Mejia is part of this select group!

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To start, besides the meaningful story and a unique craftsmanship, Aurora Lopes Mejia has over 20 years of experience, with work inspired by the power of words!

This Mexican-born artist features written words in her bespoke silver and gold jewelry pieces created in her SoHo loft studio.

Her passion began as a kid with her desire to understand and learn the deeper meanings of words.

As a kid, Aurora would flip the endless pages of Dictionaries, in search for the meaning of everything. She’s profoundly amused with the etymology of words.

Plus, the collections are also inspired in ancient civilizations. The talismans are created to remind people of their personal empowerment and transcendence.

Today she creates timeless pieces mostly made of gold with inscribed words making it an eternal token.

Contact her to schedule an appointment and create your own customized talisman.

“In order to create a personalized talisman, I encourage you to take a moment to explore your inner most constant aspirations.

Therefore, it is my pleasure to collaborate with you in order to document the unique reminders of your life”

~ Aurora Lopes Mejia

After visiting Aurora’s studio in Soho, you might enjoy exploring it a bit more of the neighborhood.

So, here are a few of our favorite spots: Après Ski Fondue Chalet inside Café Select, inside a secret basement you’ll be able to dine and have drinks at The Ship, listen to the owner play jazz for you at his Epistrophy restaurant and last, for the stylish guys, go visit Earnest Alexander’s store!

If you need assistance in New York City, come see how our experts behind our Concierge Services can help you! For Corporate Services, contact us so we can assist you.

http://auroralopezmejia.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aurora Lopes Mejia and LoveforGold
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Hey, Steve! I want some handcrafted ice cream, please!

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Steve’s Ice Cream started back in the early 1970’s as a small handcrafted ice cream shop with only the will of offering the most innovative “mix-ins” around.

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I mean, who in the world doesn’t enjoy handcrafted ice cream? If this person exists, be careful with them! Ha! Just joking… But, we do know that New Yorkers are pretty fond of ice creams, since the ice cream shops are always overflowing with people, even in the winter.

In the beginning, they had a hunch that people out there would line up in huge lines to get a taste of their artisanal ice creams. They started out as a small little brand wanting to show the world their expertise. And, grew to become a brand that people not only lined up for their ice cream, but outbraved themselves in the middle of snow storms to guarantee their scoop!

Besides the traditional flavors, they also offer amazing non-dairy ice creams and sorbets.

With the years, and the renowned name they’ve got today, they explained that a few (not many), things changed.

“We still use “mix-ins” but now they’re a little more grown-up, with fresh, natural ingredients, and to create our signature flavors, we work directly with some of the most innovative and inspired artisans around. It took a while, but small-batch has finally gone big time. And that’s pretty sweet.”

They have some pretty interesting flavors like Pretzels, Honey Pistachio, Pies & Sweet Cream, Mexican Chili Chocolate, Southern Banana Pudding, Speculoos Cookie Butter and so many others!

Today, they are literally spread throughout the US. In NY, you can find them in several different markets in all the Boroughs – except Staten Island.

So, it shouldn’t be hard try some! I want some handcrafted ice cream!

Hours: Hours vary! Check Steve’s Ice Cream website.

Location: Multiple around town! Check Steve’s Ice Cream website

http://stevesicecream.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Steve’s Ice Cream
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Foragers City Grocer: A Grocery, Restaurante And Wine Shop

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Foragers City Grocer is not only a grocer, but also a true farm-to-table restaurant and a wine shop. One of it’s locations in the super cool neighborhood of DUMBO, in Brooklyn!

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The Foragers City Grocer opened in 2005 in DUMBO and carries locally grown organic produce, pastured meats and fresh local dairy.

Foragers is your go-to destination for the best, carefully-selected, locally sourced, and artfully prepared food. The demand we saw for clean and ethical foods inspired us to open our market in Chelsea, which also includes a restaurant and wine shop.

All the products featured come from trusted producers, or hand picked from our own farm in Canaan, New York.

The clients like to know where their food is grown, processed and handled.

Plus, they are interested in learning about the entire process and being sure that they are consuming what there is best in the market!

So, as they explain:

“Our sourcing standards ensure that every product you find at our stores is made honestly with all natural ingredients, grown with integrity, and raised humanely.”

This type of market is right up our alley, so we love every single aspect of it, support them, and hope to spread the work to other like minded people.

In addition, the restaurant is called Table. It runs under the direction of Executive Chef, Nickolas Martinez, and is more than a farm-to-table restaurant. They also grow their own food! Therefore, besides a delicious dinner, you must try their brunch that happens on the weekends.

They have a store in Chelsea too. So, if you don’t want to commute all the way into Brooklyn, to shop, you have another great option!

And, if you want to explore other farm-to-table restaurants, we actually recommend heading upstate NY.

There are countless close by day trips that you can plan for a different weekend. For help organizing it all, contact our concierge experts. In sum, they can cater an exclusive and memorable experience for you!

For Corporate requests, contact us and let us know how we can assist.

Hours: Please visit website for store hours of each location.

Locations Market & Table:
56 Adams Street, DUMBO
300 West 22nd Street, Chelsea

Location Wines: 231 8th Avenue

https://foragersmarket.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of Foragers City Grocer
*Last Update on March/2020.*

NYC Snow Monsters Intervention By Peter Regli

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In front of one of our most famous buildings in the Flatiron Plaza, Peter Regli exhibited a beautiful installment. The Snow Monsters intervention showed 12 amazing marble snowmen experiencing the several stages of melting.

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The Snow Monsters intervention presented by Dominique Lévy Gallery showcased during the month of March.
 
It’s was a fantastic and creative work! It amused not only visitors, but all New Yorkers that passed by the Plaza area. They became part of the beautiful scene in front of our famous Flatiron building, on 23rd Street.
 
This installment was part of a series called “Reality Hacking“, created by the Swiss-born artist Peter Regli. This series already add up to over 300 interventions around the globe. A remarkable number, for sure!
This one marks “his first large-scale sculptural intervention in New York City”.
 
These marbles sculptures were fabricated by the Hánhs – a Vietnamese family. Some of the most renowned Buddhist sculptures seen in temples are their art works.
 
Peter Regli is well-known for his public interventions around the world – a work that started back in 1996. We adore his disruptive, uncommon art works and how they interact with by-passers and the urban settings.
 
He explains:
I chose the snowman because of its Buddha-like nature. They appear briefly in the world, bring joy and evoke memories of childhood. Then, disappear again, melting away without complaint.
Lastly, we all know that New York City is one of the art capitals on this planet. So, if you’re all about culture and art experiences, let our experts cater the best places and events for you!
 
We have done projects with companies that bring clients to New York City and urge to impress. Let our Corporate Services experts organize the most memorable experiences for you! You’ll will impress!

Location: 23rd Street with 5th Avenue

www.levygorvy.com


Photo Credit: Rob Ceos, aka @ceos_downbeat
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

How about some Italian Modern Art by Giorgio Morandi

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We attended the official opening of a unique exhibition with the work of the famous 20th century Italian printer, Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964).

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If you’ve never heard of Giorgio Morandi, it’s ok, but you most likely have seen his work. We are going to tell you a little about the Modern Art by Giorgio Morandi.

He was born in Bologia, Italy. Morandi focused his entire career painting still life objects like vases, pots, bowls, extending into flowers and landscape. You might also see a hand full of self portraits too.

His art work is very simplistic, the earthy tones. This surely made him a visionary of the Minimalism that started post World War II, around the 1960’s and 70’s. He paints (and repaints), several times these objects, paying close attention to the light aspects.

“The exhibition focuses on the artist’s rarely seen works from the 1930s—the decade when Morandi reached full artistic maturity and developed his distinctive pictorial language.”

There are over 50 paintings, etchings and drawings being featured at the Center for Italian Modern Art, a nonprofit organization located on Broome Street.

During his life, he drew over 130 etchings and painted over 1,300 oil paintings. Surely a remarkable number.

These fascinating art works have not been seen in the U.S. for over half a century and are definitely a must-see!

Tickets can be bought online, through their website – they cost a symbolic $10.

If you love are and want to explore New York’s art world, our art experts are able to talk you on the best tours around the city, and upstate too. Let us know what you like, and we’ll be happy to arrange it all for you!

On the other hand, if you are a company and would like to arrange a cultural-art experience for your clients, or your team, let us know what you’re looking for.

Hours: Friday’s and Saturday’s at 11am, 1pm, 3pm and 5pm

Location: 421 Broome Street, 4th Floor

www.italianmodernart.org


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*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Komeeda’s Chef Showdown #3 NYC For The Foodies

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There are countless NYC food events and finding the right one can be a guessing game. The guys behind Komeeda really know how to put together an amusing and delicious event. This is a recap of what went down at the Chef Showdown #3 NYC!

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Every day there are countless foodie events happening through out the 5 boroughs. Therefore, it’s quite tough to know which one to pick! The best events are made up of a mix of things: the crowd, the music, the venue, the experience and obviously, the menu.

Komeeda does it all! As they say, they are “Rewriting The Culture of Food”! We love it!

So, we decided to partner up with Komeeda and Peatix to sponsor their “Chef Showdown #3 NYC“.

To begin with, the event provided a platform for new and ambitious chefs to showcase their creative talents via a social and interactive evening.

Also, it brought together three innovative chefs, food personalities and food lovers (a.k.a you!), for a night of bites, drinks and conversation.

Three chefs Amy Weisinger, Brandon Walker and J. Paula created two bite-sized appetizers each, reflecting their creative abilities.

In addition, the audience, tasted, critiqued and judged each bite based on creativity, presentation and taste. We were able to see them prepare, and serve everyone. Each dish was quit unique and very tasty!

Finally, the winner was crowned the Showdown Champion: Chef J. Paula!

When: Thursday, October 8, 2015
Time: 6:30pm
Where: District Co-Work – 1204 Broadway
Ticket Pricing: $25 online | $30 cash at door

Ticket included all six bites, beer & wine, hors d’oeuvres by Chef Showdown #2 Champion, Chef Flo. Plus, the opportunity to vote for the Chef Showdown #3 winner.

We love NYC food events!

For the foodies, or aspiring foodies out there, contact us so we can organize customized gastronomic experiences for you and your friends. For companies, we also offer event planning services and have creative ideas to wow your team or your clients.


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Komeeda

The Hole NYC Gallery Is A Collaboration Across the Arts

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The Hole NYC gallery features contemporary art and is located in the small neighborhood of NoHo. They represent emerging artists, so be sure to see some unique art works.

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The Hole NYC was founded in 2010 by Kathy Grayson, the curator. She says that their goal is to “fill a hole in the downtown community”.

In their almost 4000 sq. ft. Bowery space, they present monthly solo exhibitions, as well as other group shows.

Their portfolio is fantastic, since they have showcased over 200 artists from all over the globe. They currently represent over 15 names from the US and a few from other countries.

Curious to know a few of these 15+ names? Well, you’ll find works by Holton Rower (the portrait of Lina Zoo in our photo gallery above shows his work), Adam Parker Smith, Kembra Pfahler, Vanessa Prager, Misaki Kawai and Eric Yahnker.

They usually have two simultaneous exhibitions live with not only emerging artists, but more established ones too.

“In between exhibitions we host events and special projects that cater to other emerging and creative industries, and compliment their philosophy of collaboration across the arts. Plus, we support collaboration and the downtown artist community.”

Be sure to check with website to see the 2 current exhibitions and their upcoming ones! And, they have some pretty cool products on their online store too!

When you’re in New York, the best way to optimize your time, is to explore the neighborhood you’re in, instead of keep jumping around the city.

While your around in NoHo, you can grab lunch at the famous and trendy Café Gitane – just a few blocks South! If you want to get a dinner reservation at one of the most secret Japanese restaurants, see how you can we can help you!

And last, if you are looking for a private art tour to explore the NYC gallery world, we’ll introduce you to our fantastic, trendy art guide. Contact our experts to see how our Art Tours work!

For companies, we organize unique tours and experiences too.

Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 12pm – 7pm, and by appointment

Location: 312 Bowery

http://theholenyc.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of The Hole NYC and babesatthemuseum.com (portrait picture)
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Marie’s Crisis Cafe: Feeling Inside A New York Musical

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Marie’s Crisis Cafe is the place to be if you want to experience a different type of scene in New York City!

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Have you ever wanted just just walk into a bar and sing as loud as your lungs can handle? Now, imagine doing that at a cool neighborhood bar in New York, where many other talent voices can sing along!

Located in the West Village, in Manhattan, Marie’s Crisis Cafe attracts a bit of everything. From locals, to artists and the coolest gay crowd, you’ll definitely have a great and interesting time there!

“If you like how people in musicals can go without warning from normal conversation to singing their hearts out, this is the West Village bar for you.

One minute, the barmaid is pulling you a pint of Bass, the next she’s belting out “Me and Bobby McGee.”

At 5:30pm, groups of friends and random folks start gathering around the piano in the basement level. It’s quite an experience.

We have to emphasize that people there are usually Broadway lovers and know all the shows and lyrics!

In general, drinks are cheep, décor has a nostalgic early 1900’s vibe and guests are all pretty “random”. You’ll find young ones, gays, straight, everything in between and older people. But, that isn’t the point! The thing is, they all have one thing in common: they all love musicals!

It’s not a place you need to worry about how you look today. So be free to be yourself, have fun, appreciate everyone around you and…let go!

Do observe the sign that says it’s prohibited to film or take pictures of presentations. This is a place to have fun and enjoy, not to be behind a camera capturing everything. Besides, they do appreciate the privacy of not sharing what happens there. Not everyone likes to be broadcasted on social, right?

Be polite and respectful while there!

Oh! They are a cash only bar, so do be sure to have cash on you!

And believe it or not, Marie’s Crisis Cafe has no mirror or soap in the bathroom, so go prepared or bring your own. No, this is not a joke.

The West Village is one of our favorite neighborhoods in the city, so explore it with love!

Try Wilfie & Nell as another bar option. For food, you can go to the super trendy Via Carota and Buvette restaurants. For sushi, the famous Sushi Nakazawa is fantastic.

For one of the top minimalistic Brazilian fashion brands, go to Uma.

And last, go to Sofar Sounds to see what secret music gig they are hosting in the neighborhood. It’s a fantastic plan for a laid back, bring your own bottle night where upcoming artists singing to a small, private group!

Location: 59 Grove Street (b/w 7th Ave South and Bleecker Street)


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