Opened in 1837, Delmonico’s was the first fine dining restaurant in the country. The fixture for Wall Street eats has stood the test of time, serving up the ‘gold-standard’ of meat for nearly two centuries. Home to movie stars, socialites and nearly every president since Lincoln, Delmonico’s stands alone as a true icon of old New York.
Buvette Gastrotheque is a French-inspired, small plate sanctuary nestled on 42 Grove Street. Chef Jody Williams is the mastermind behind the quaint establishment, curating the look and feel of a cafe transported from Paris all the way to the West Village.
A major retrospective on the work of American painter Agnes Martin can now be experienced at the Guggenheim Museum in the Upper East Side. Agnes Martin was a prolific artist that developed a serene visual language of grids and stripes throughout her career.
Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist has transformed the use of video and multimedia in art. Her latest exhibition at the New Museum is a powerful and immersive journey of cinematic installations.
Escape the city and head to Caumsett Park, a beautiful tree-lined peninsula stretching out into the Long Island Sound. The park offers miles of scenic vistas and picturesque trails that capture the essence of Fall.
Nike’s commitment to the city and it’s community has fostered a series of collaborations with world renown artists. The latest work driven by the campaign New York Made is the colorful courts of Stanton Street by KAWS.
An authentic trattoria brought to you from the southern part of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, Malatesta rarely changes yet always manages to warm hearts and exceed expectations.