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New York City Guide

Our favourite places to see, shop, eat, and stay in New York City.


Verōnika – Named after the patron saint of photography, Verōnika is located inside Gramercy’s Fotografiska Museum. This opulent eatery is romantically reminiscent of Eastern European grand cafés with food to match.

Le Coucou – Chef Daniel Rose may have put a lighter spin on traditional French cuisine, but the interior is grandeur all the way. With gilded mirrors, hand-painted murals, and intricate chandeliers, this place oozes glamour.

ABC Kitchen – Enjoy a farm-to-table inspired meal at Michelin star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Flatiron restaurant. Take a break from shopping the adjoining ABC Carpet & Home to snack on some fresh local fare.

Frenchette –  Named after a David Johansen song from 1978, “Frenchette”, this brasserie-steakhouse hybrid has quickly become a Tribeca hotspot.

Pastis – After a five-year hiatus, the beloved French brasserie reopened in the Meatpacking District in 2019. The see-and-be-seen bistro is known for its classic French-inspired brunch menu.


L’Appartement New York – This laid-back French label has become a style staple for in-the-know Parisians. And the intimate New York outpost is designed to bring a little piece of Paris to The Big Apple.

ABC Carpet & Home – This eclectic emporium is a must for everything home décor. From antiques, furniture, tableware, and accessories, you’ll need a few hours to browse every floor.

The Frankie Shop – If you’re looking for in demand must-haves that can be found in every influencer’s closet, this is the spot. The Lower East Side Boutique’s minimalist designs are the epitome of effortless French girl cool and seem to sell out as fast as they land in store.

La Ligne – Launched by former Vogue editors Valerie Macaulay and Meredith Melling, La Ligne opened its first IRL store last spring. The store is designed to feel like giant closet and is your go to destination for striped essentials.


The Guggenheim Museum – A landmark work of 20th-century architecture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the museum houses one of the world’s finest collections of modern & contemporary art and is a must-visit for any art lover.

The High Line – The scenic High Line is an elevated park created on a former New York Central Railroad track along the West Side of Manhattan. The urban playground features wildflowers, outdoor art installations, and spectacular views of New York’s skyline.

Hudson Yards – Hudson Yards is a mixed-use development on Manhattan’s West Side. The centerpiece is a seven-story Vessel sculpture by Thomas Heatherwick that you can climb. The newly constructed neighbourhood also boasts a five-story mall, restaurants, and a performance venue.

The Guggenheim Museum

The Marlton Hotel


The Marlton – A tiny but chic refuge in Greenwich Village, the elegant, old-fashioned ambiance makes for a cozy stay.

The Bowery Hotel – Located at the intersection of the Lower East Side and East Village, this boutique hotel captures the essence of New York.

11 Howard – With a Scandinavian sensibility, the hotel is located in the heart of SoHo and houses one of the city’s hottest new restaurants Le Coucou.

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