Jonathan Adler is as candid as he is colorful. The potter turned furniture designer and author describes his career as an “accidental creative odyssey.” Adler sold his first collection of pots to Barneys New York in 1994. Now, the mutli-hyphenate has over 25 stores worldwide. His line includes decorative ... More
An impossibly cool, invite-only club hidden inside a private home
Tucked away in New York City’s Meatpacking District is a sprawling apartment where Absolut Elyx CEO Jonas Tåhlin resides. But instead of hoarding the gorgeous space for himself, the devoted executive instead turned it partially into a “temple” to the brand.
“We bought Mickey Rourke’s apartment in Meatpacking and designed it ... More
These one-stop wonders provide delicious meals, fabulous drinks and an evening of fun
Cuisine: American, FrenchNeighborhood: Lower East SidePrice: $$$ out of $$$$On an unassuming stretch of Ludlow Street, unmarked doors transport you to vintage Paris on the rooftop of this unique tri-level space. The retractable roof is perfect for all seasons.
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A pro mixologist from the W Downtown shares his creative summertime cocktail recipe
As a former research biologist, it’s no wonder that expert mixologist Eben Klemm focuses on technique when it comes to his cocktails. These days, he’s shaking things up at The W Downtown Living Room Bar and Terrace, the Financial District’s cozy outdoor space boasting unobstructed views of downtown ... More
Get into a New York state of mind with this skyscraper-inspired beverage
The only thing better than sipping on a refreshing cocktail outside in the summer is doing so with an amazing view. That’s exactly why in-the-know New Yorkers are flocking to the David Burke Group-owned Spyglass Rooftop Bar at the Archer Hotel. High in the sky you’ll get a ... More
Five loyal locals offer up their picks for the best sunsets, eats and cocktails on the tip of the East End
Montauk has long been regarded as a casual beach town with a decidedly bohemian vibe—and it still is—but the easternmost point of Long Island is also flush with an impressive culinary scene, chic waterfront bars and more. We asked five loyal Montauk lovers to share their local recommendations. Here’s what ... More
Your guide to the very best dinners, galas, concerts and more for the weekend of June 28
Summer is finally in full swing, and it’s time to head out East. Whether you’re looking to catch some live music or give back to a great cause, we’re keeping you in the loop about the not-to-be-missed happenings from Southampton to Montauk. So get out your calendar and start scheduling!
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Welcome to Hollywood's most exclusive underground club
Come Saturday night at the Standard Hotel in Hollywood, 2014 takes a hiatus. André Balazs’ Mmhmmm lounge transforms into Giorgio’s, a throwback to the decade of the ultimate dance party, complete with mirrored glitter balls dangling from the ceiling and sequin-clad clubgoers gyrating. The invite-only evening officially starts at 10, ... More
This fall, head uptown—way uptown—and you'll find a few new establishments shaking up the neighborhood
Just over 60 years ago, Langston Hughes wrote of Harlem, "What happens to a dream deferred?" Would it, he asked, dry up like a raisin in the sun or fester, run, stink, crust over or, perhaps, explode? The answer, to all his questions, is yes. Harlem did all those things.
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A nightlife guru sets the legendary gorilla to music in New York—in a very unexpected way
Randy Weiner has a reputation to live up to. Considering the performance impresario has been behind some of the most talked-about theatrical nightlife experiences in recent memory—including the immersive Macbeth production Sleep No More and the legendary-in-its-time burlesque club The Box—his next step has to be something big. And it ... More