The hotel perched above the High Line is as stunning, chic, sceney, and clubby as rooms for the night get. What it lacks in service it makes up for in river views. Read more.
The more casual, front Tap Room serves meats and vegetables roasted in a wood-burning oven. Read more.
Meticulously trained baristas give coffee the sort of care usually reserved for wine, cheese, and chocolate. No wonder the cafe inspires such devotion. Read more.
In less than an hour, you can get the do of your choosing. Starting at $40, it may very well be the only good deal left in the hood. Read more.
Recover from long Fashion Week days at the tiny, laid-back Spanish wine bar. Ditch industry types, try its famous uni panini, and nightcap with one of your real friends. Read more.
Raw, organic, and yet we’re obsessed. We especially love the taco salad and the blue sunset and strawberry blond shakes. Read more.
The little eatery, ideal for coffee and a light bite or a full breakfast any day of the week, feels more like Vermont than Manhattan. Read more.
Chances are you’re currently freezing your ass off. Warm up with a bowl of Artie’s matzo ball soup. Read more.
On Meatless Mondays, get the four-course $46 prix fixe menu showcasing veggie and vegan dishes sourced from Union Square Greenmarket. Read more.