Frank Lloyd Wright's postwar jewel was protested by many artists when he debuted, but it has become a modern landmark for the city. Read more.
Henry Clay Frick's former residence may have the densest collection of masterpieces in Manhattan, with works by Titian, Turner, and Vermeer, among others. Read more.
Check out the William Kentridge: Stair Procession exhibition. Stair Procession is a white-on-black drawing similar to white chalk graffiti. Read more.
Cecily Brown created Untitled for the 1997 group exhibition Vertical Paintings. Don't miss out on this permanent exhibit. Read more.
El Museo's Bienal: The (S) Files 2011 highlights the most innovative, cutting-edge art being produced by emerging Latino and Latin American artists currently working in the greater New York area. Read more.
Chef Andy Nusser has crafted a menu of substantial tapas and medium-sized entrées, done mostly “a la plancha” with unmistakably Catalan flavors; get the duck egg with mojama. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Meet your one-stop shop for comfy ballet flats and manageable heels; the 20-year-old shop stocks more than 500 styles. Read more.
In-the-know fashionistas have a secret: When Vogue features an haute shoe, chances are you can find a similar, less-expensive version by Dolce Vita or diffusion line DV. Read more.
Cruelty-free footwear is no longer a crime against fashion. Moo stocks a variety of brands for men & women, such as Cri De Coeur & NOVACAS, plus styles from independent designers. Read more.
The best year-round market brings together 150 local vendors carrying all manner of vintage, handmade and antique wares. The Flea will move to its winter location on November 26. Read more.
For true Belgian waffles, Sunny Anderson, of The Best Thing I Ever Ate, flags down the Wafels & Dinges Truck where their specialty is the Wafel of Massive Deliciousness. Find more tips at FN Local. Read more.