It's a one-stop destination for all the biggest designer brands; from Givenchy, Alexander Mc Queen, Stella Mc Cartney and Valentino, to rising stars like Delpozo, Marques Almeida, and J. The morning crowd loves to bask in Cafe Cluny's Parisian ambience (complete with Breton-stripe-clad waitstaff), and the brioche French toast is definitely worth waking up early on a weekend morning for.When in doubt at dinnertime, order anything on the menu–you will not be disappointed.Head there and enjoy, and plan on a post-show drink at the Hotel Americano or the Mc Kittrick's Gallow Green.In the penthouse floor of one of Chelsea's premiere hotel, The Top of the Standard at the Standard Hotel is a dazzling space that boasts a seriously chic nightlife scene.Participants all wear masks as they meander through the rooms where they can watch actors move through scenes from up-close and interact with them along the way.Don't stress if you can't find your travel buddies mid-performance, the interactive performance is designed to be experienced solo, and the choreography will likely have you separated from your friends.
This interactive theater performance takes place in Chelsea's five-story Mc Kittrick Hotel.
Unfortunately, they won't let us just move in (or we probably would).
New York City locals take their coffee seriously–very seriously.
Now it sits in all its modern, geometric, glass-paneled glory on the southern end of the High Line, beckoning the downtown crowd to come in and view its innovative art exhibitions and impressive 21,000 -piece core collection.
Modeled after La Promenade Plantée in Paris, the High Line is a mile-long elevated public park built on abandoned railway tracks that runs along 10th Avenue between the Meatpacking District and the West 30s.