David's Saved Places

1. Leonard's Seafood & Prime Meats

1385 3rd Ave, New York, NY
Steakhouse · Yorkville · 1 tip

BravoBravo: Looking for good steaks? Come here and watch them cut your steak right in front of you. Get the cote de beouf. -Ed Cotton, Top Chef

Faulkner House Books is one of David's Saved Places.

2. Faulkner House Books

8.5
624 Pirates Aly, New Orleans, LA
Bookstore · French Quarter · 14 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: The famous author's former home is tucked in a tiny alley. It's now a pleasingly warren-like bookstore, which stocks city-specific tomes, loads of classics and, yes, a sweeping selection of Faulkner.

St. Mark's Market is one of David's Saved Places.

3. St. Mark's Market

21 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Supermarket · East Village · 40 tips and reviews

The New York Daily NewsThe New York Daily News: PHOTO: In the 1960s this was the Electric Circus nightclub, an experimental hang-out that featured bands like the Velvet Underground. Check out the fancy digs on these party-goers in 67, at the link! Read more.

210 East 86th Street is one of David's Saved Places.

4. 210 East 86th Street

New York, NY
Doctor's Office · Yorkville · 3 tips and reviews

The New York Daily NewsThe New York Daily News: Learn more about the history of the old Yorkville Casino in this Then & Now column, at the link! Read more.

1342 Lexington Ave is one of David's Saved Places.

5. 1342 Lexington Ave

1342 Lexington Ave (btw 89th and 90th), New York, NY
Structure · Carnegie Hill · 2 tips and reviews

The New York Daily NewsThe New York Daily News: PHOTO: Andy Warhol lived in this townhouse from 1959 to 1974 and painted some of his most famous works here. Check out this pic of of the second-floor sitting room, lavishly decorated, from 1988! Read more.

Bayard-Condict Building is one of David's Saved Places.

6. Bayard-Condict Building

65 Bleecker St (Bway & Crosby), New York, NY
Office · NoHo · 3 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This modern marvel is one of the first steel skeleton skyscrapers. It was designed by Louis Sullivan, considered by many to be the creator of the modern skyscraper.

Standard Oil Building is one of David's Saved Places.

7. Standard Oil Building

26 Broadway, New York, NY
Office · Financial District · 1 tip

HISTORYHISTORY: This is a 31-story NYC Designated Landmark originally built in 1885 to designs by Francis H. Kimball. It is one of the first buildings in Manhattan to have step-like recessions in the walls.

Cafe Gitane at The Jane Hotel is one of David's Saved Places.

8. Cafe Gitane at The Jane Hotel

113 Jane St (at The Jane Hotel), New York, NY
French Restaurant · West Village · 170 tips and reviews

LogoTVLogoTV: Hidden Gem in the city! You didn't hear about it from me! -Derek, The A-List: New York

Kang Suh is one of David's Saved Places.

9. Kang Suh

1250 Broadway (at W 32nd St), New York, NY
Korean Restaurant · Koreatown · 56 tips and reviews

LogoTVLogoTV: "Legit, cook-it-yourself Korean bbq. Be prepared to smell like a grill for days. Kang Suh is gangsta!" – Helen, Setup Squad

Water Street Gourmet is one of David's Saved Places.

10. Water Street Gourmet

6.0
12 Water St (Water St & Broad St), New York, NY
Deli · Financial District · 12 tips and reviews

The New York Daily NewsThe New York Daily News: PHOTO: Corner of Water Street and Broad Street circa 1967. Photo at the link! Read more.

New Year Apocalypse 2010 is one of David's Saved Places.

11. New Year Apocalypse 2010

Anywhere!, The World!
Arts and Entertainment · 40 tips and reviews