Sunday, October 31, 2010

gettin me some NY

bundle and layer i come!
i need to find myself a 'real' rickshaw and get a shot like this..don't you think?

soooo excited to hop on the bird and head to new york this week!
some work, pounding the pavement visiting new shops, the high line, and of course some yummy eats and fun nights out planned(more on that when i get back!)

but before i go..please be a dear, and tell me some don't miss spots/stores/eats..i love recommendations and want to add to my list

this city always has rocks that have been unturned, can't wait to go find em!

imges 1/2/3


Anonymous said...

Frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity never disappoints! Have a wonderful trip!

xo Kit

paula said...

wish I knew. Have a blast!

Heather said...

hmmm, so many great the boathouse, one if by land two if by sea, blue water grill for a drink, and sweetie pie! all fun, and don't forget to hit bryant park! enjoy your trip.

the cinnamon post said...

we enjoyed Sweet Revenge for its cupcakes AND wine bar. It's north of Houston on Carmine. Have a super trip...I'm completely jealous!

Nicolle Cannone said...

Eataly in Chelsea is an experience. Magnolia bakery is a MUST. Peperoso is awesome italian, Sullivan Street downtown
Bouchon Bakery in Columbus Circle, YUMMY
Shop at topshop in Soho (other shopping too)
Just go to and they will plan out your trip via subway
Def walk the HighLine
The Gansavort Hotel in the Meatpacking district is fun for drinks.

pretty pink tulips said...

Pop in HB Home on Lexington and 74th - great home decor stuff....lot o great shops between there and the Kips Bay Showhouse, on 71st and Lex, which will be open until Nov 11th. Love the Madeliene murals in the Bemelman bar at the Carlyle Hotel (Madison Ave), and you must have lunch at BG the restaurant at Bergdorf Goodman...designed by Kelly Wearstler. Have fun - NY is at is fall peak!
xo Elizabeth

Meredith Magee Donnelly said...

Pomodoro for true italian food on Columbus and 71st- won't disappoint!


Champagne/StitchPoet/CrushParty said...

Purl Soho on Broome! I'm the crafty type you know...and

Tender Buttons on E.62nd! (Believe me, take inventory before you leave home on everything that could use new life with a button change! (ie. $12 sweater from Target can soon be a Wow, where'd you get that?) Count what you need and make a written list(sizes included)'ll die if you like buttons even just a little bit.)

I'm boring right, no food or fun... :(
Slaid Cleaves is touring the North East, maybe he's in the city while you're'd dig him!

carissa said...

bubby's pie company in tribeca is amazing. most of their food is local and organic. 120 Hudson st

gigi kennedy said...

don't miss the brooklyn promenade in brooklyn heights for the best view of the city :)

Anonymous said...

Barrio Cino (broome st) for margaritas at hip hole in the wall Mexican place, Clinton St Baking Co for breakfast (pancakes are amazing!) or Penelope's on 30th and Lexington (sit at the bar for breakfast, youll get in faster), ABC Carpets, the rooftop garden at the Met for great views...

The Zhush said...

Momofoku for some great eats! And Sweetie Pie too! You must get a Rikshaw photo..that is just brilliant...and layers, lots of them...very chilly this a.m.! Have fun!

Fern and Feather said...

tinsel trading company {period}...

Oh and BLT Market... have a glass for the Four Graces ;)!

have so much fun sweetie... oxoxo!!

LAURA!!! said...

Billy's Bakery on 9th for cupcakes!!! and send me some!
The Kitchen for some, off the beaten path, art! (I used to work there and miss it so much!)

The Adore (next to JOE on 13th and 5th ave) has the best chocolate croissants and cappuccino. A lot of times they don't have a sign up... but go in and you will love it.
Have fun layering up! Cant wait to hear about it!!

carolina postcard said...

Sorry I have none to offer, but I'm totally stealing all these recommendations :) Very good timing for my trip in a month. Report back with what you do!

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