I logged several times in New York City, the first time for 3 months as I had a chance to work (as an intern) in a very cool « transcultural Styles and ideas » Magazine called Trace. I came back a second time for work and a third time for a friends birthday party. New York is always a good idea! That city can’t disappoint anybody.
PEELS | brunch
Jacks Wife Frida | Brunch
Dougnut Plants | The oldest and best in NYC
Sunrise Mart – a Japonese supermarket where you can eat | 494 Broome Street
Dean & Deluca – for a good snack | 560 Broadway
Mercer Kitchen | 147 Mercer Street
Chelsea Market | 75 9th avenue
STK – the best meat | 26 Little w 12th St
Juice Bar The Butcher Daughter
M. Wells Steakhouse | 43 Crescent Street
M Wells Dinette 22 Jackson av.
Morimoto | japonese | 88 10th avenue
Matsuri for a Kill Bill Ambiance | 369 West 16th street and Momofuku | 171 First avenue – Japonese food
OST Café East Village
Baking Co & restaurant| for goods Pancake | Clinton Street
Steakhouse incontournable Peter Luger
Les meilleurs Bagel de la ville chez Bagel Hole 400 7TH AVE.
BROOKLYN N.Y. 11215
Mc Nally Jackson Book | 52 Prince Street | Best selection of books and Magaine you can also snack
The Carlyle | 35 East 76 th Street | Jazz concert where Woody Allen plays
Village Vanguard pour plus de Jazz
The BLUE NOTE a must go if you like Jazz
Hair Dresser : Garren
Brooklyn Flea Market
SOHO SHOPPING Opening Ceremony : 35 et 33 Howard Street (dans Soho)
MEATPACKING/CHELSEA SHOPPING Jeffrey, Intermix, Scoop
Soho Grand Hotel | for few fancy drinks | 310 West Broadway
BOOM BOOM ROOM at Standart Hotel for a Drink | 848 Washington Street
NOLITA SHOPPING Le Labo : 233 Elizabeth Street (You can make your own perfum with your name on the package)
LIQUITERIA : The Best Juice manhattan place | 170 second avenue
A must do Eat at Sylvia’s after a Gospel Messe in Harlem
Where to Stay
Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg
A B & B in Brooklyn
Henry Norman Hotel
HOTEL 1 CENTRAL PARK
C’est un peu cher mais canon! http://1hotels.com/central-park On peut y bruncher aussi.
HUDSON VALLEY | The Hipster escape
If you have some more days go to Hudson Valley, it is 150 miles away from New York City it offers magnificient scenery and has been proclaimed by National Geographic on of the top 20 destinations of the world for 2013, it is also the new place to be for any New Yorker Hipsters!
The best burgers at Poppy’s | 184 Main Street, Beacon (845) 765-2121
Be a real Hipster and go pick up your food at Fishkill Farms |9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell JCT, NY 12533 (845) 897-4377- There is also the Hudson Farmer Market on saturday mornings
You can also buy at the organic grocery Otto’s Market | 215 Main Street Germantown
Don’t miss the world best pie at Me Oh My Pie | Firehouse Plaza, 7466 South Broadway (Route 9) Red Hook
On the road stop by Grazin Diner so typical! 717 Warren Street, Hudson
SAUGERTIES LIGHTHOUSE HOTEL | The Romantic escape
Located by the Hudson river only 100 miles away from NYC, the Saugerties Lighthouse is now a charming and peacefull bed & Breakfast romantic getaway.