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Rolf’s

This is the most wonderful time of the year, especially when you live in New York City. The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is lit (literally), Saks is adorned with its […]
Rolf’s

Gitano

At a previously abandoned block in Soho, the wooden boards keeping people out remain. However, if you walk by now, you can see palm trees and tropical plants peeking up […]
Gitano

Dear Irving

At 55 Irving Place in Union Square, there’s a series of steps leading up to an unmarked door. Behind the door is a succession of dimly-lit rooms, each uniquely decorated […]
Dear Irving

La Sirena

The first time Greg and I went to La Sirena in Chelsea we liked it so much we knew we had to bring my mom there when she visited. We […]
La Sirena

Death & Co

Even though they’re technically no longer necessary due to the twenty-first amendment, New York City is still known for its speakeasies. And there’s one in particular I’d been wanting to […]
Death & Co

Cindy’s

While we were in Chicago for Christmas, my family and I headed to Cindy’s, the rooftop bar everyone in the city is talking about. It’s located on the roof of […]
Cindy’s

Cibar

I look forward to Kendall’s birthday every year because she always chooses the coolest places to celebrate them (see here). This year was no different, and she invited us all […]
Cibar

Upstairs

Matt is FINALLY here! For years my British friend Matt has been talking about moving to New York from Liverpool, and every time I got my hopes up something would […]
Upstairs

Boat Basin

Even though it’s only September, the Quadrille season has officially begun! Months of preparation go into every Quadrille Ball, with events each week through the winter. And it’s tradition to kick […]
Boat Basin