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Olde Good Things: A Paradise For The Vintage Décor Lovers

Shop Home and Kids Olde Good Things Vintage

We were trying to focus on our mission: find a mirror that would match my brother’s dining room at a vintage furniture store called Olde Good Things. But, everything was so beautiful and unique that I just spent much of my time “flirting” with other objects throughout the store!

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It was a regular Sunday afternoon when my brother invited me to join him, my sister-in-law and my niece in the East Village. While we were walking my sis-in-law told me she was looking for a mirror for their house in New Jersey. Well, I love antiques and I suggested her to explore different antique stores around town.

When we started walking along Bowery Street, I could see a big pink elephant from the distance. It really got my attention. And I must tell you all, that elephant is still on my mind!

When we got closer, we realized it was exactly what we were looking for: a vintage furniture store. Olde Good Things was there, waiting for us! A popular song says “Girls just wanna have fun”. And on my list of having fun is home décor shopping, for sure!

The store is incredible. It’s spread out in two levels and offers a wide selection of pieces. You can find pretty much everything for your home. Objects you can’t even imagine exist. From garden pieces to suitcases and doors, from lighting to kitchen utensils.

They offer a huge collection of antiques in different shapes, colors, prices and even origins.

Service was excellent. A guy introduced himself to us and made us feel at ease. He cheerfully and knowledgeably gave information about all the pieces we indicated and questioned. And believe me, I had many questions!

We were trying to focus on our mission: finding a mirror that would match their dining room. But everything was so beautiful and unique that we spent some time “flirting” with countless other objects, as well.

Before we hit the mirrors section, I checked almost every dresser they had in store at that time. Who doesn’t love dressers? I do. Most of them were handmade architectural pieces.

I fell in love with the chandeliers too. Big ones, smaller ones, made of glass, crystal, Greek style…I wish I could have taken all of them home with me (lol)!

After checking and asking about many objects we – FINALLY – made it to the mirrors.

Olde Good Things has an incredible selection. The difficult part was choosing only one, but my sister-in-law was able to find the perfect one: a distressed framed mirror. Gorgeous!

We left the store feeling great and with our mission accomplished! We had a blast. The experience was outstanding. Getting to know so many artistic and historical work, made our day quite special. Of course, finding the perfect mirror was nice, but the experience we went through was priceless.

I’m definitely going back any time soon and I encourage you to do the same. After you visit, let us know what you thought!

So, have fun exploring and if you’re really in to vintage, take a look at some vintage stores in Brooklyn that we love, a jewelry vintage gem in Chelsea and still, the vintage store top fashion Instagrammers around the globe just love.

Hours: Stores have different hours, so please check online.

Locations:
302 Bowery Street, NoHo
2420 Broadway, Upper West Side
5 East 16th Street, Lower Midtown Manhattan

https://ogtstore.com


Text by our Contributor: Rafaela Azevedo
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Olde Good Things
*Last Update on March/2020.*

26 Best Parties In New York For New Year’s Eve 2018

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018

New York City is the perfect place to spend your New Year’s Eve! Take a look at our selection of the 26 Best Parties in New York for New Year’s Eve 2018!

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Noel Y. C. (aka NYCLovesNYC)

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and New York City is most certainly one of the best places on earth to celebrate! Wrapping up the year in grand style definitely makes the new year start out with the best energy.

So, we’ve selected 26 of the best parties and restaurants in town to help you decide where you’re spending your last day of 2017!

They are all selling out pretty quickly, so be sure to guarantee your tickets!

Here they are:


#1 Public Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Public Hotels

The Public Hotel is the new hot spot where the cool kids hang out in Manhattan. Recently opened, their rooftop has a 360º view of the city, floor-to-ceiling windows and a great outdoor terrace! They’ll be celebrating within 4 of their venues!

At The Roof: “Enjoy the fireworks and a dance in the sky with international DJs HOLY GHOST! Premium open bar from 8:30 pm – 12:30 am. Champagne toast at midnight.”

At Diego: “Enjoy an evening with a Live Jazz trio and singer performing jazz standards. Premium open bar with passed bites and desserts by Jean-Georges Vongerichten from 8:30 pm – 12:30 am. Champagne toast at midnight.”

At PUBLIC Kitchen: “Enjoy a 4-course Prix Fixe Menu by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Seating from 8:30PM, with champagne toast at midnight and tunes by a LIVE DJ. Or book a private dining room for 8-16 guests on lobby level. Includes a bottle of premium spirits & a magnum champagne, as well as general access to Lobby bar and Diego.”

At PUBLIC ARTS: “Celebrate New Years Eve at downtown’s newest, hottest nightclub – PUBLIC ARTS! This year’s event features world-renowned DJ Jonny Famous with some very special guests. All tickets include a 4 HOUR open bar (8:30 pm – 12:30 am) and champagne toast at midnight.

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#2 McKittrick Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 McKittrick Hotel

The McKittrick Hotel hosts some of the best parties throughout the year from themed parties to Halloween and New Year. Plus, it is the home for the famous “Sleep No More” award-winning theatrical experience that tells Shakespeare ’s Scottish tragedy.

“Experience The McKittrick Hotel as never before. Revel with us for one night only as we celebrate the new year with our final McKittrick Masquerade of the season! Our opulent masked soiree will feature an extravagant feast, full open bar all night, boundless live entertainment and McKittrick-inspired curiosities throughout the hotel.”

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#3 The Campbell NYC

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 The Campbell NYC

Looking for a Black-tie party to celebrate is style? The Campbell NYC is a New York City classic, inside the Grand Central Terminal. They recently re-opened and are looking better than ever!

“Enjoy a DJ, passed appetizers and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.”

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#4 BathTub Gin

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Bath Tub Gin

We love all New York’s speakeasy places! BathTub Gin is one of the spots we really enjoy, located in Chelsea!

“Get jazzed up this New Year’s Eve with a throwback to the Roaring 20s at one of New York’s coolest bars. Bathtub Gin, with its soft lighting and ornate decor, feels like it could have been a watering hole to Jay Gatsby himself. Live on the edge this New Years at an exclusive event that’s sure to be the cat’s meow.”

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#5 Cipriani 42nd Street

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Cipriani 42 Street
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“Experience la dolce vita this New Year’s Eve at an enchanted party at New York City’s famed venue space, Cipriani. An architectural masterpiece boasting unparalleled opulence in its imperial Venetian splendor, Cipriani is one of the most breathtaking event spaces in New York.

Prepare for a magical, black-tie New Year’s Eve affair at the world-renowned Cipriani.”

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#6 Electric Room

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Electric Room

Inside the famous Dream Downtown Hotel, this is one of the spots that attracts some of the coolest crowds in NYC. Expect an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, champagne toast at midnight and a live feed to see the Time Square Ball drop!

What type of crowd to expect? “Upscale, Movie Stars, Moguls, Models, Jetsetters, Downtown-style, Fashion, Art, International, Trendy, Fashionable.”

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#7 Gansevoort Park Rooftop

26 Best Parties in New York for New Yeue's Eve 2018 Gansevoort Park Avenue

“This New Year’s Eve, ascend to the peak of sophisticated revelry at Gansevoort Park Avenue, New York City’s renowned luxury hotel, and reigning A-list nightlife destination.

The 20 stories above NoMad’s famed Park Avenue, Gansevoort Park Avenue offers skyline views and en vogue sophistication, setting the stage for NYC’s most luxurious NYE celebration hosted by the incomparably glamorous Gansevoort Park. They will open the evening with a 5-hour premium open bar and more!”

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#8 Hôtel Americano

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Hotel Americano

If you enjoy partying in NYC, you’ve probably already been to one of Selina Hotel, former Hôtel Americano’s summer parties! They’re having a special Prix-Fixe Menu dinner, live music, DJ and special entertainment.

“Join us while we ring in 2018 with our friends and family, old and new. Worldwide, there is a shared belief that specific actions taken on New Year’s Eve at the stroke of midnight will influence the days ahead. So whether you wear red or yellow underthings (in many Latin American countries, red for future love, yellow for mo’ money) or you already have all the love and money you could ever need and will just be looking for kiss at midnight. Wine, dine and dance the night away with us. ”

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#9 Kola House

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Kola House

Kola House is a stylish venture from PepsiCo offering inventive American cuisine & cocktails in a club-like setting, located in the Meatpacking District.

“Door open at 11pm, and you can get our Dual Pass for access to both Gilded Lily and Kola House!”

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#10 Nomo SoHo Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Nomo Soho Hotel

“This New Year’s Eve, the lavish Nomo SoHo Hotel hosts an enchanted New Year’s escape in the heart of SoHo, one of New York City’s chicest neighborhoods.

The celeb-favored Nomo Soho sets the bar for SoHo’s stylish reputation with its stellar luxury accommodations and fairytale atmosphere. Head to Nomo SoHo for a posh, energetic NYE in one of New York’s hottest spots to be.”

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#11 Sons of Essex

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Sons of Essex

“New Year’s Eve takes on a Downtown-cool edge at Sons of Essex, New York City’s trendy bistro and nightlife “it” spot. Situated in hip LES, the retro-inspired Sons of Essex is a hyper-hip gathering place for NYC trendsetters and A-listers like Edward Norton, Rihanna, Drake, Lady Gaga, Jarobi of A Tribe Called Quest, among others.

This New Year’s, join NYC’s trendiest party people in a full-throttle NYE bash packed with amenities, retro-chic glamour, ultra-cool and super-hot revelry.”

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#12 TikiTabu at Sixty LES

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Tiki Tabu Sixty LES

We love the Lower East Side on Manhattan and everything that happens there. So, get the party going this New Years at SIXTY SoHo.

“Blurring the lines between New Year’s Eve and tropical vacations, Tiki Tabu invites you to immerse yourself in an oasis seven stories above New York City this December 31st. The outdoors may be icy, but with chic tropical vibe, you’ll be ensured a sizzling New Year’s Eve party spent in endless summer spirit.

Get lei’d this New Year’s Eve like the 60’s West Coast cabana with East Coast finesse along with your party-rocking disposition, and convene this New Year’s Eve celebration at SIXTY LES’s Tiki Tabu.”

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#13 Up&Down

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Up and Down

“Upscale and Downtown-chic combine this New Year’s Eve at Up & Down, a flagship venue in New York City’s high-end nightlife scene. Boasting a high-concept design and chic ambiance, Up & Down is the perfect setting for a spectacular NYE night. This extravagant bash keeps charged with a 4-hour premium open bar while a live DJ spins Open Format hits of Top 40, Hip Hop, and House, providing a pulse-racing soundtrack for the dance floor. At midnight, gather together for a DJ-led countdown and raise your complimentary glass of champagne and toast to a brilliant New Year.”

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#14 Empire Diner

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Empire Diner

The Empire Diner is a super famous Chelsea landmark is a great place to start of your night! Make sure you’re quick to guarantee your reservation for a New Year’s dinner!

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#15 The Blond at 11 Howard

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Blond 11 Howard

Located in the hype SoHo neighborhood, The Blond is “hosting an exclusive VIP New Year’s Eve celebration. Surely one of the best place to ring in the New Year with a one-hour vodka open bar starting at 9pm.”

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#16 Zuma NYC

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Zuma NYC

Be one of the lucky guests to attend the “first annual New Year’s Eve party at Zuma New York. Revel in the heart of midtown to satisfy your year’s end craving for a decadent night of partying.

Zuma NYC is part of the world renowned restaurant/lounge brand known for its luxe Japanese fusion plates. As NYC’s spotlight location, Zuma New York is where swanky 90’s chic meets class, all while keeping the energy alive throughout this luxurious bi-level venue.”

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#17 The Box

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 The Box NYC

This eternally cool spot called The Box is still ranked as one of the best places to party in the city! With who? The coolest Manhattan Kids!

Be sure to see more about their New Year’s Eve Party called “Atlantis”.

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#18 Roxy Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Roxy Hotel

Located in TriBeCa, the Roxy Hotel is one of the super hot spots in the city! For their New Year’s Party, expect everything to be Surreal.

“Surreal: very strange or unusual; having the quality of a dream. The time has come for The Roxy Hotel to once again transform itself into a Surrealist tableau in order to properly bid adieu to 2017. The 3rd Annual New Year’s Eve Surrealist Ball invites guests back to a modern-day version of the legendary 1972 ball given by Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, complete with daring décor, exquisite costumes, and excellent entertainment.

Get inspired by our album of Surrealist looks and get ready for a magical evening of premium cocktails, endless dancing, and a headlining set by none other than David Johansen.”

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…now, if you’re more into Brooklyn-style parties, take a look at these ones below:

#19 River Cafe NYC

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 River Cafe

The River Cafe is part of the scenery of some movie classics you’ll celebrate the New Year with one of the best views of Manhattan’s skyline! Located in the super cool, artsy neighborhood called Dumbo, in Brooklyn, it will certainly be a spectacular start of a new year!

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#20 McCarren Hotel Rooftop

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 McCarren Hotel Pool

McCarren Hotel’s Rooftop is known for having one of the best view of Manhattan’s skyline, so a celebration there will be nonetheless, epic!

“Make this New Year’s Eve the posh and high-octane event you deserve at New York City’s famed nightlife gem, McCarren Hotel Rooftop. Featuring luxurious party amenities like a 5-hour premium open bar and early evening mini buffet, McCarren Hotel Rooftop’s NYE bash will keep moods elevated all night.”

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#21 The William Vale Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Willam Vale Hotel Nooklyn
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We can say that one of Williamsburg’s newest hotels, called The William Vale, is most certainly had the best view of Manhattan, from Brooklyn.

“The evening will include specialty cocktails, passed canapés, and dancing.  Don your most festive attire, and be prepared to cut a rug on the dance floor in the sky as we welcome the New Year.”

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#22 Wythe Hotel

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Wythe Hotel

The super trendy Wythe Hotel, in Williamsburg, will start off your night in great style!

“Celebrate the New Year at Reynard with a southern-inspired menu.” Yum!

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#23 House of Yes

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 House of Yes
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Experience a special night at the incredible House of Yes, located in one of Brooklyn’s coolest neighborhoods!

“Come back to the future and party like it’s 1999! This is a night of throwback magic, nostalgia overload and futuristic chaos for the Millennium Midnight countdown of the century! It’s the end of the world as we know it. Let’s Dance. Dress for the Past, Dress for the Future!”

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#24 Lot 45 Bushwick

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Lot 45 Bushwick

A LGBTQ New Year’s Eve party at Lot45 Bushwick that will shake up Brooklyn!

Expect Complimentary champagne toast at midnight, headlining performers and DJs, photo booths, food by Djenna and much more!

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And still, if you’re into having a more religious-style night, you can start your celebrations at one of the most beautiful churches in town.

#25 The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Cathedral Church of St John the Divine

“Founded by Leonard Bernstein in 1984, the annual New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace is a signature event at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, gathering old friends and new for more than a quarter of a century. This year we begin with Haydn’s glorious Te Deum and continue with the U.S. premiere of See the Wretched Strangers by composer Lucas Wiegerink.

A series of songs about our shared Earth continues the theme of neighborly compassion and the renewal of hope for the coming year. Wrapping up this year’s performance, we celebrate the concert’s founder by performing chorales from Leonard Bernstein’s own Mass. A limited number of general admission seats are free and open to the public, on a first-come, first-served basis.”

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Lastly, after the New Year’s, many people are just craving more parties and celebrations! Take a look what this party below is all about:

#26 Daybreaker

26 Best Parties in New York for New Year's Eve 2018 Daybreaker

We love everything that these guys do! Daybreaker’s style party is definitely up our alley! This is a post New Year’s party, if you’re still craving more celebrations, that will happen on January 18th.

“The New Year is all about fresh starts and blank slates. So, tell 2018 to get ready because on January 10th, we’re re-creating the ball drop and setting intentions together for our New Year’s Sparkles & Sequins. Since we can’t be all together for New Years, we’re pouring some kombucha “champagne” and toasting to a brand new year together with a full countdown and everything.

Think of your wishes for the New Year beforehand. Then come to the dance floor, ready to vision them to life. S’gonna be joyyyyous.”

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Photo Credit: Courtesy of the venues, Nooklyn and David Cova.

3 Secret Japanese Restaurants That You Can’t Tell Others

Dining Bohemian Restaurant Dish

We contribute with Glamour Brazil and this post was about 3 secret Japanese restaurants in New York that we love!

Here is the Portuguese version and below, the English version:

The gastronomic scene in NYC is simply the best! New restaurants are always opening, renowned chefs are always daring and experimenting in their menus and novelties are always popping up in existing restaurants.

The coolest places in New York are certainly the most hidden ones!

For anyone who is in love with Japanese cuisine, here are tips three secret Japanese restaurants, kept away from the eyes of the city’s tourists!


Zenkichi

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The Japanese restaurant, Zenkichi, is located in the neighborhood of Williamsburg – which we love!. It opened its doors nearly one decade ago and continues part of the short list of the most secret restaurants in town. The entrance is discrete, with a wooden door and a small number “77″.

With a typical oriental décor and low lighting, the tables are divided into small cabins where your privacy is preserved. Each table has a charming bamboo curtain blocking the view of people passing by the table. Each table also has a button to call the waiter, who promptly arrives to help you.

The restaurant offers an a la carte menu and a special chef’s tasting menu with 8 dishes, the “8-course Omakase”. This tasting menu is the apex of the place and changes every five weeks!

Location: 77 North 6th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

http://zenkichi.com


Sakagura

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For connoisseurs of sake and lovers of traditional Japanese cuisine, Sakagura is “the place to go”. It was elected one of the top restaurants in New York.

Founded in 1996, it is considered one of the best authentic Japanese cuisine with top rated dishes elected by best gastronomic critics. It is also among the top sake bars in the United States and in the world, with more than 200 labels for tasting!

Furthermore, on the menu, the dishes have suggestions on the side to indicate the best sake combination. The restaurant is located inside the basement of an office building, so do not be surprised if you bump into suited men while walking in.

Location: 211 East 43rd Street, Midtown

www.sakagura.com


Last, but not least, you’ll surely love telling your friends about the whole experience at this next place. Certainly amusing!


Bohemian

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“A secret base for 21st century bohemians in a historical building once home to Andy Warhol and then the live-in studio of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the inimitable graffiti artist from the 80s.”

Located in the back of a Japanese butcher shop, in NoHo, Bohemian is perhaps one of the most coveted hidden restaurants in the city.

It’s a hard place to find and you’ll surely think you in the wrong place. Plus, the long, dark corridor does make you think twice before walking in.

How it works? Well, first the phone number for reservations is not disclosed and it’s a referral-only spot. The way to get a reservation is to try to find someone who has already been to the restaurant so they can give you the phone.

This is the only way you’ll be able to call and schedule your reservation. Cool, right?

Everything there is amazing, from simple food (with inspiration in the American and French cuisines) to the minimalistic décor and background music – playing Japanese grooves, and even Jazz and Bossa Nova!

The tasting menu has a great price and is nothing out of the ordinary…it goes for $55, with 6 dishes.

Location: 57 Great Jones Street (shared on Google Maps)


Also, if you enjoyed discovering these three secret Japanese restaurants, take a look at our Greenpoint Self-Guided Tour of one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn. There is so much to explore there!

Lastly, you might also enjoy super unique, custom tours! At this Unique Custom Photo Tours, your guide is not only amazing, but they are photography experts that will take your pictures along the way!

Have fun exploring!


Photo Credits: Courtesy of the restaurants, nicknamemiket / Flickr, Shanna Ravindra, solaennuevayork
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Jenna Rice: 10 Great NYC Tips From A NYC Blogger

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice

The NYC Blogger, Jenna Rice, from the Blond Well Traveled, shared with us a mix’n’match of 10 great NYC tips! From restaurants, hotels and bagel spots, to upstate trips, art galleries and beauty salons.

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice

Jenna Rice was born and raised in Florida, and currently lives in New York City.

She told us: “I followed my heart around the globe and landed in New York City.” Definitely a great place to land, right?!

She launched her passion project: a travel and lifestyle blog called Blonde Well Traveled, in 2015. Plus, she’s visited over 15 countries and doesn’t stop counting.

Since she moved to the “City that Never Sleeps”, she’s been sharing a glimpse into her experiences both within the city and beyond. All this, in addition to working full time in Public Relations.

Such a busy bee!

You can catch her on Instagram or check out her website.

Take a look at her 10 favorite NYC spots and in nearby towns:


Brooklyn Flea

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn Flea is basically the cooler younger sister to Chelsea Market. There’s something for everyone, from vintage rings and designer bags to viney plants and eclectic home decor. Not to mention, they have some of the most popular food vendors from Smorgasburg minus the lines.”

We looove Brooklyn! We’re Brooklyn-based and even though the Brooklyn Flea can get a bit touristy, we still loooove it!

In addition, you’ll find 75 vendors with everything from clothes and accessories, to furniture and jewelry, plus 25 food vendors with the most delicious dishes.

During the winter they have only one location and it happens during the weekends: Saturday + Sunday from 10am – 6pm – called Winter Flea + Smorgasburg.

Location: 1 Hanson Place, Fort Greene

http://brooklynflea.com


Mile High Run Club

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Mil High Run Club

Mile High Run Club is probably my favorite place to break a sweat in the City. It’s essentially a treadmill class with dimmed lighting, bumpin’ music and strobe lights…with a coach cheering you on through a series of intervals and hills. I recommend Dash 28 because it finishes with strength training utilizing kettle bells and core exercises.”

Do you like “the burn”? I mean, REALLY like it?

Well, if your immediate answer was “YES!”, then this is the place for you!

Mile High Run Club’s running program is uniquely designed to challenge your body and get the best results you’d ever imagine. Go to one of their 2 locations to try it out.

Plus, they offer indoor and outdoor classes, with amazing coaches! We’re sure it’ll become your newest addiction!

Locations:
28 East 4th Street, NoHo
24 West 25th Street, NoMad

www.milehighrunclub.com


Heyday

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Heyday

HeyDay is easily one of my best NYC finds. My skin went nuts when I moved to the City in the heart of winter from Florida, and this place introduced me to several natural products that I now swear by.”

The weather in NYC can be pretty crazy and will test your skin to the limit!

And, summer can be burning hot, hot, hot, while the winter can be pretty damn harsh where we feel our skin will rip with the cold.

Yeah, we know, it sounds terrible, right?

Well, we are IN NEW YORK CITYYYY, of obviously that helps make it easier to accept, LOL.

HeyDay is a great place to go if you’re looking for the perfect facial, with a good price, at the time that’ll suit you best. Carly Heitlinger also loves it!

Locations:
1130 Broadway, NoMad
92 Reade Street, Tribeca

https://thinkheyday.com


Harriman State Park

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Harriman State Park Kanawauke by Mwanner

“For those who need a breather from the City, Harriman State Park is your sanctuary. It’s just a quick train ride from the city and much less crowded than some of the other hiking spots like Breakneck and Bear Mountain.”

Harriman State Park is located in Rockland and Orange Counties, Upstate NY – a little over 1h drive from Manhattan. The drive is actually a very quick and surely a gorgeous car ride up there.

They have almost 52,000 acres of mostly forested landscape and over 23miles of hiking trails.

So, what are you waiting for? Go grab (or rent here) a car, and have fun!

And, more about them:

At 47,527 acres (192.33 km2), Harriman State Park is the second largest state park in New York. Located in Rockland and Orange counties 30 miles (48 km) north of New York City, it is a haven for hikers with over 200 miles (320 km) of hiking trails. The park is also known for its 31 lakes, multiple streams, public camping area, and great vistas.”

“The Jane is easily my favorite spot to go out in the City. It basically feels like you’re at a mansion party where your favorite songs are always playing and dancing on the furniture is encouraged. Every time I have a friend visiting, I take them there and they’re never disappointed.”

Yup! It’s one of our favorite spots too!

The Jane Hotel, is located in the West Village and is certainly a destination for the cool NYC crowd.

In addition, the hotel was launched in 1908 and has rooms that replicate luxury ship and train cabins.

On the other hand, rooms are pretty small, but come on, “Who” comes to NYC to stay in the room, right!?

Location: 113 Jane Street, West Village

www.thejanenyc.com


Rockwood Music Hall

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Rockwood Music Hall

“For an intimate live music experience, hit up Rockwood Music Hall. A friend introduced me to this venue and it was everything I could’ve hoped for. While there are shows that require cover, there is a smaller room to the left of the main entrance that is free of charge.”

Rockwood Music Hall is known for having hosted performances of great artists like Lady Gaga, Gary Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and Mumford & Sons.

It’s one our favorite spots to have a cool night out and listen to some of the best emerging NYC bands and musicians.

Plus, musicians from other nationalities are a big hit too, like Aline Muniz and André Vasconcellos.

They have 3 stages, full bars for all tastes, drinks aren’t so pricey, like expected in Manhattan.

We love it, and we are there quite a lot!

Location: 196 Allen Street, Lower East Side

www.rockwoodmusichall.com


Black Seed Bagels

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Bagels Daniel Krieger
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Daniel Krieger

“After a night out, nothing compares to Black Seed Bagels. Option #11 always satisfies! Another favorite is Tompkins Square Bagels if you’re in the mood for trying out a new cream cheese flavor like birthday cake or one of their French toast bagels.”

Bagels! We just love Bagels!

And, New York’s bagels are said to be one of the best on this planet, since our water is so fantastically clean and tasty!

Black Seed Bagels is certainly one of the most famous in town.

In addition, Tompkins Square Bagels’ are hand rolled, kettle boiled and baked over wood planks….yum!!!

Locations:

Black Seed Bagels:
170 Elizabeth Street, Nolita
200 Vesey Street, Battery Park City
176 First Street, East Village

www.blackseedbagels.com

Tompkins Square Bagels:
164 Avenue A.

www.tompkinssquarebagels.com


Buddha Bodai

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Buddha Bodai is an incredible vegetarian spot in Chinatown. The food is delicious (you can’t even tell there’s no meat) and the atmosphere is so authentic. I highly recommend the sesame “chicken”.”

OMG!

When our Founder, , went with a very good friend to Buddha Bodai, she became c-o-m-p-l-e-t-e-l-y addicted to it!

She’s vegetarian, but loves Vegan food too, and she couldn’t believe how amazingly tasty everything was!

The dumplings are to-die-for, but everything is remarkably good!

But, it’s actually hard to know what exactly to order, so you might just have to go there multiple times to try it all.

Location: 77 Mulberry Street, Chinatown

www.buddhabodainy.com


Dia: Beacon

Curiosities Insider Interviews Jenna Rice Dia Beacon

Dia:Beacon is the perfect day trip for anyone craving a little artistic adventure, especially if you love installations! Be sure to purchase a round trip ticket with museum entrance included at Grand Central Station. Check out my full blog post on my experience.”

Dia:Beacon is surely a highlight if you’re into Art.

Located only 1.5h from Manhattan, it’s a beautiful place to visit and the trip there, is pretty easy too.

And, if you’re not sure how to get there, and would like help, contact our experts.

In addition, if you need assistance for any corporate activity with your team or clients, let our experts cater to all your needs and make the experience memorable.

Location: 3 Beekman Street, Beacon

www.diabeacon.org


“One of my favorite things to do on the weekend is pop into galleries in the LES and Chelsea. It’s a great alternative to hitting up a crowded museum, plus they’re completely free to enjoy! David Zwirner, Paul Kasmin, and Richard Taittinger are a few of my go-tos.”

David Zwirner is one of the top contemporary art galleries, with another location overseas, in Mayfair, London. They currently have 2 great exhibitions: “Yun Hyong-keun” up through February 18th and “Drawn Together”, up through February 18th.

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of large-scale paintings by Yun Hyong-keun (1928-2007) from the mid-1970s through the 1980s. The exhibition includes an unprecedented selection of paintings in the artist’s unique style of monochromatic abstraction, several of which are shown here for the first time. The exhibition marks the largest solo presentation of Yun’s work in North America to date.” ~ Read more here.

David Zwirner is pleased to present the gallery’s first exhibition of the collaborative work of Aline Kominsky-Crumb and R. Crumb. Both pioneers of underground and alternative comics, Kominsky-Crumb and Crumb have created a groundbreaking portrait of their shared lives and creative collaborations over the past four decades. In their ongoing “Aline & Bob” comics, the two artists have rendered their innermost thoughts, fears, and fantasies alongside the day-to-day realities of family life in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, each in their own distinctive style.” ~ Read more here.

Paul Kasmin Gallery works and supports influential Modern and Contemporary artists. They are showcasing two exhibitions: NATURALIA” up through March 4th and “WILLIAM N. COPLEY: WOMEN”, up through March 25th.

Paul Kasmin Gallery and Sotheby’s Old Masters Department will present their first collaborative exhibition, Naturalia, curated by Danny Moynihan. The show will be comprised of works spanning six centuries which share a fundamental focus on the examination of natural science and its myriad presentations in art.” ~ Read more here.

COPLEY: WOMEN unites a selection of paintings that highlight the late artist’s preoccupation with the opposite sex, which he employed as an endless source for inventive figurative and narrative paintings that explored eroticism, sexual politics and the pursuit of pleasure. Originally defying painterly trends of the 1950s by making personal and narrative works, the self-taught artist developed a radical fusion of European Surrealist vernacular and a rogue, humorous American sensibility. Sex, eroticism and cultural critique were mainstays in Copley’s oeuvre of paintings that embraced idiosyncratic figuration, candy-colored palettes and Matisse-like decorative patterning.” ~ Read more here.

Richard Taittinger Gallery works in Presenting works by contemporary artists with significant global recognition. Stop by their gallery, in the Lower East Side, to see their current exhibition: “The Wsanderers: Contemporary Painting From CLUJ”. It will be on through February 19th.

For this exhibition, the curator has endeavored to make visible that, beyond the ascribed label of the Cluj School by way of international media, there is much more to be explored when considering this group of artists. Therefore, this multigenerational exhibition tracks a shared dialogue between masters and students in order to define certain Romanian traditions. Traditions, that has within the last decade, projected the painters of Cluj-Napoca, into the limelight, astounding the international art world.” ~ Read more here.

If you are an art lover, you’ll most certainly be fascinated by our art tours, so contact us. In addition, see how our corporate experiences related to art works.

Locations:
David Zwirner: 525 West 19th Street, Chelsea
www.davidzwirner.com

Paul Kasmin Gallery: 293 10th Avenue, Chelsea
www.paulkasmingallery.com

Richard Taittinger Gallery: 154 Ludlow Street, Lower East Side
http://richardtaittinger.com


Lastly, to wrap up this great interview and a beautiful selection of hot spots in New York, we asked Jenna:

What does NYC mean to you?

“I could honestly answer this question so many ways, but I think NYC means being able to wake up each morning with every possibility in the world at your feet.

There is always something to do, someone to meet, something to see. To me, personally, it means perseverance. The people who live here are tough. For the most part, we all struggled in some way to get here, and continue to struggle now that we’re here. But somehow, it’s all worth it.

There’s no place in the world that can offer up this kind of experience to a person.”


Thank you Jenna for being part of our Insider Interviews and sharing these 10 great NYC tips.

Plus, don’t forget to check out her blog named the Blond Well Traveled.

 

Credits (Text and Photos): Courtesy of Wikipedia (Harriman State Park), Mwanner, Daniel Krieger, Jenna Rice and all the venues

A Wellness And Trendy Lifestyle In NYC For A Top Fitness Blogger

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We gave a few health, fitness & beauty tips for a trendy lifestyle in NYC exclusively for the Brazilian fitness blogger, Gabriela Pugliesi. Plus, one of the top New York City rooftop to visit!

New York City has endless options for all the fitness addicts and enthusiasts. Today we want to share with you some of the spots for wellness and trendy lifestyle in NYC.

So, we’ve listed a few of our options that have been on the top of our list!


Class with TT

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The newest NYC fitness obsession is called Class with TT. The modality was created by Taryn Toomey. After working with companies like Dior and Ralph Lauren, Taryn decided to work with her passion for music, body work and movement.

This is a 75-minute body & mind experiment that works all body muscles from the bottom up. In addition, there are no elastics, supports, equipment, nothing. It’s just you and your body! It is definitely a fantastic addiction!

So, when you’re in New York, be sure to schedule your class. If you live here, what are you waiting for? This is part of the ultimate trendy lifestyle in NYC.

Location: Several different studios, so check online.

https://theclass.com


Gallow Green

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And, here it is again! We love this place! Located on rooftop of famous The McKittrick Hotel, in Chelsea, Gallow Green is definitely one of the NYC highlights.

The spot was considered one of the Top 10 Rooftop Bars & Restaurants to visit in NYC and it’s perfect for brunch with friends! The menu is small, so it’s not a place for lunch or dinner, but it offers delicious salads, salmon, prawns, some quiches.

But, the best part is the experience of feeling on top of the world with an incredible skyline and a perfect view of the city! Plus, the McKittrick hotel houses one of the most amazing theatrical productions today called Sleep No More.

Location: 542 West 27th Street

www.mckittrickhotel.com/gallow-green


Dimes

Fitness Heath Gabriela Pugliesi Dimes Deli Restaurant

Now, this is also amazing. Many people have no idea of the countless delis around the city that are focused only in extremely healthy ingredients.

Chinatown can be super cool, too! Dimes is definitely one of the healthiest restaurants in NY that you will never hear about. Or not! The restaurant goes against the media frenzy on search of fame!

As the New York Times has described: “The hippest healthy restaurant you’ve ever heard of.”

The restaurant opened in September of 2013 and is so tiny that it’s compared to a shoe box. It offers a super healthy menu with influences from cuisines from around the world.

The duo behind it is Sabrina De Sousa and Alissa Wagner. In addition, some of the ingredients they use in the dishes are: black sesame, coconut, oat flakes, yogurt, vegetables and fruits.

And, don’t forget to try the juices. They are inspired by a Patagonian juice bar!

Plus, you will go crazy inside their deli wanting to buy everything!

Location: 49 Canal Street (restaurant) | 143 Division Street (deli)

http://dimesnyc.com


Bottega Organica

Fitness Heath Gabriela Pugliesi Bottega Organica

Designed by science, made by nature!

Bottega Organica was born from a peculiar conversation between a geneticist and three owners from an Italian, organic and sustainable restaurant named Quartino, in downtown Manhattan.

With a full line of beauty products, everything is created from scientifically proven botanical formulas (100% pure) to keep skin looking young. This happens by prolonging the youthful state of our cells.

Furthermore, the formulas are based on extracts of plants and extra virgin olive oil that are produced at a farm in Liguria, Italy. Most products are focused on anti-aging, of course.

They offer products for the face, body, hair and lips. Plus, a line of teas, olives and olive oil that also have anti-aging properties.

Note: “A minimum of 10% of all profits from Bottega Organica sales will be donated to organizations dedicated to cancer cure and prevention.” A super cool initiative! 

Location: 11 Bleecker Street

www.bottegaorganica.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of venues and Red Thread Good Coffee
*Last Update on March/2020.*

The Sleepless New York City Nightlife Circuit

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Today, our Contributor, Joey Zauzig talks about the sleepless New York City nightlife, the most exciting and exclusive places to go and their particularities! So, if you’re a night owl, you’ll definitely enjoy it!

“Nightlife, especially in New York City, can be like a merry-go-round: super exciting at first and then overly easy to get sick of.

Something to know about the nightlife in NYC is that it takes the perfect mix of lounges, clubs, bars and events. To keep things interesting, the right circuit as I like to call it.

Lets face it, who likes seeing the same ‘desperatos‘ waiting at the door to PHD at 3am, or the stragglers who think LeBain is still “exclusive”, you have to change it up.

The truth is, the clubs in New York City are like the Winter’s in New York. It’s cute for a month, then you’ve suddenly become completely sick of it. It doesn’t matter, whether old or new, the day of the week or time you go are major factors.

Some new places, such as The Blond, and even the elder, such as The Boom Boom Room are musts for the perfect circuit. They are great to ensure you’re not riding the merry go round.

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Let’s start with the current, The Blond, located on the 2nd floor of the 11 Howard Hotel in SoHo, had it’s opening just this past weekend and was designed by Anda Andrei and SPACE Copenhagen. The owner is Aby Rosen and the nightlife veterans, part of Aby’s new lounge, Angelo Bianchi & Julio Montego had a spot called Beatrice Inn which was previously one of many and my favorite spots, on any given night.

The Blond gives a Rose Bar feel, but better. Full on glass walls, a spiral staircase, sick art and velvet details make it intimate. It just opened this past weekend. A few of the present guests were: Cuba Gooding Jr., Charlotte Sarkozy, Princess Olympia of Greece, Brian Atwood and Rory Tahari.

But, I see this being one of the new spots in many people’s circuits. It draws in an eclectic chill crowd that won’t be overwhelming to start or end the night. It opens to the public in April.

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We have to talk about it, because a lot of people haven’t been, as it is members only – Soho House, located in Meat Packing. Yes, it’s exclusive and yes, it’s a restaurant/hotel, but recently they’ve added Vinyl Room.

Located on the 6th Floor in the old Library. Yes, it’s still members only, unless there is an event going on, then, you still have to be on a list.

This is my favorite if I’m in the mood to dance and throw back a few drinks. Meanwhile, I can also be surrounded by an interesting mix of people, at least until the roof opens in a few weeks!

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Next we move on to ACME and, yes, maybe I’m writing about my circuit on certain nights… When it comes to the day of the week rule, ACME plays a big part. Every night of the week is different.

I.E Tuesdays is STRUT which is gay night. Wednesdays tend to be on the slower side. Thursdays which, in my opinion, is the best night for a more chill laid back feel, but always great music.

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Then we have Top of the Standard, aka The Boom Boom Room. Most of the time, there is always something going on there, so you either know it or you don’t. Long story short, hard door.

Usually if you don’t know anyone, you’re not getting in. But, the place has an incredibly sick atmosphere and 99.9% of the time, a great crowd.

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Now, if you are really looking for a late night and want to keep it going, try Never Never. Which is located right next to the club Up & Down – which is good, but needless to say – it is exclusive and as tiny as they get!

I love it there. The only downside really is 100% of the time you’ll smell like smoke for at least 3 days. But, I think it’s totally worth it. This should always be the last stop as things don’t get going here till around 1am. Very intimate, Benny at the door can be tough, but if you’re with or ARE the right people, you’re good.

So there’s a crash course for you in the New York City Nightlife scene. The places mentioned above all have pretty strict doors, but if you have the pluckiness, I highly recommend them all.”

But…

If you’re the type that enjoys a bit more laid back spots and crowd, you can try some of these place. Sister’s Brooklyn has great live music.  For the rock’n’roll lovers try Saint Vitus Bar, in Greenpoint. We do have friend that enjoy Marie’s Crisis Cafe and pour their lung out singing Musical lyrics. Zinc Bar is a traditional Jazz Bar we absolutely love, in the Greenwich Village. Last, the Brooklyn Steel is one of the hottest spots in Brooklyn now for big live music performances.

The New York City Nightlife definitely has it all!

Locations:
The Blond – www.11howard.com – 11 Howard Street, SoHo
Vinyl Roomwww.sohohouseny.com/house/vinyl-room – 29-35 Ninth Avenue, Meatpacking District
Acmehttp://acmenyc.com – 9 Great Jones Street, NoHo
The Boom Boom Roomwww.standardhotels.com – 848 Washington Street, Chelsea
Never Never and Up & Downhttp://uadnyc.com – 244 West 14th Street, Greenwich Village


Photo Credits: Courtesy of the venues, BFA, Buzz Tonight, Faboulous100, Bookabottle and Misssakeusa

Resurrection Vintage: Historic Cothing for Fashion Experts

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“Founded in 1996 by Mark Haddawy and Katy Rodriguez, with boutiques in New York and Los Angeles, Resurrection vintage is one of the world’s premier international venues for collectible and historic clothing.”

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Resurrection Vintage is definitely one of our top picks with the subject is: vintage fashion. For over 20 years, they have been collecting some of the best, most exquisite and special fashion pieces and accessories.

As they say, the are “Pioneers of Vintage and Historic Modern Sartorial Wonders”. And, we have to agree with them. Their curation is mind blowing and it’s almost impossible to leave the store with only one single item.

As a result, they sell brands like: Alaia, Chanel, Hermés, Maison Martin Margiela, Loris Azzaro, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Lanvin, and several others.

One of their most loyal clients is the one and only beauty, Giovanna Battaglia (aka, Giovanna Engelbert). She is an avid buyer of their collections and is always beautifully mixing and matching it all.

In sum, Resurrection has super high-end brands for ladies and some few for gentlemen!

It’s a store for every one, and a haven for the fashion experts!

Last, but surely not least, see what they have to say about their Resurrection Vintage Archives:

“We have expanded our commitment to preservation by including the Resurrection Archive Rental Studio located in New York City.

Resurrection’s extensive archive catalog is one of the fashion, media and film industries top resources for research, design, and development. Our specialized archive contains thousands of rare and historic designer pieces by highly distinguished American, European, and Japanese fashion designers from the 1960s to 2000s.”

And still:

“With an emphasis on avant-garde design, our archive features special collections by innovative designers such as Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto, Comme Des Garcons, Martin Margiela as well as one of the largest private collections of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren.

Our archive is an invaluable resource and source of inspiration to stylists, costumers, and industry clientele. Categories represented by our collection include men and womens designer clothing, accessories, bags, footwear, jewelry, books and rare ephemera. Our entire rental archive is available for daily, weekly, and monthly rental.”

In addition, if you need help at the store, there is nothing better than taking with you a Personal Stylist! Our experts help and guide you about how to purchase and wear vintage!

Locations:
217 Mott Street, Nolita
45 Great Jones Alley, NoHo

www.resurrectionvintage.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Resurrection Vintage
*Last Update on March/2020.*

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.*

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