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High Tea at WestHouse

travel August 11, 2015 0 Comments

WestHouse, Manhattan’s most discreet luxury boutique hotel, is excited to announce they are now serving high-tea.  High-tea is served from 2pm to 4pm in The Den, a guest only lounge that is a fresh and modern interpretation of the classic speakeasy. There is a choice of traditional finger sandwiches, fresh baked scones, delicate petit fours, and Perrier-Jouët champagne.  Designed by Jeffrey Beers International, WestHouse is an entirely new hospitality concept that…

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SELF Magazine Brings Best Studio Workouts Under One Roof at Up & Out Studio

travel June 15, 2015 0 Comments

Are you a New Yorker that is looking for the best fitness studios in NYC? Don’t miss the Fitness and Wellness Extravaganza brought to you by SELF Magazine on June 27th & 28th. Under one roof, try classes from Barry’s Bootcamp, CityRow, CPX, Flywheel, Jetset Miami, Kettlebell Kickboxing, Mile High Run Club, Plojam, Pure Barre, Shift by Dana Perri, and 305 Fitness.  Up…

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Trump International NYC Offers Central Park Princess Package

travel May 12, 2015 0 Comments

With the birth of the new Princess of Cambridge this past weekend, Trump International Hotel & Tower New York (1 Central Park West) would like to celebrate and make every little guest feel like royalty with its Central Park Princess Package.  From shopping sprees to museum visits, Trump Central Park’s youngest guests can explore NYC in style! The exclusive new package includes special…

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Haute and Healthy Cuisine is Taking Over NYC

travel November 12, 2014 1 Comments

by Julianne Soviero People are increasingly aware that a plant-based or vegan diet can make positive changes in health and the environment.  What about for the foodie, though?  Can cuisine be both haute and healthy?  For New Yorkers, the answer is a resounding, “yes!” The five following restaurants all offer unique and inspired plant-based cuisine with a luxurious dining experience. Suite…

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Longchamp Celebrates 20 Years of Le Pliage

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On November 4th, 2014 Longchamp, in collaboration with Assouline and Artist Sarah Morris, hosted an evening of cocktails in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Le Pliage® handbags. The event fêted the launch of Assouline’s book, Le Pliage by Longchamp, which showcases the handbag in all of its forms over the years, and marks the selling of over 30 million of the iconic bag to date,…

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Top 10 NYC Halloween Parties

travel October 28, 2014 0 Comments

Are you still looking for some fun event this week in celebration of Halloween? Here are some of our NYC favorites: October 28th  Le Cirque Du Cabaret  October 29th Dungeons of Amsterdam October 30th Wolves of Wall Street  Halloween Yacht  OCTOBER 31st  Halloween at Level R at the Empire Hotel Rooftop When: October 31st, 9pm What: Join Indayo Group for a Halloween rooftop…

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Grand Central Terminal’s Annual Holiday Fair Opens November 17th

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Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall turns into New York City’s finest indoor holiday shopping experience when the annual Grand Central Holiday Fair returns for six weeks starting Nov. 17 with art, clothing, jewelry, home goods, bath and body products, toys and more. Since 1993, the Holiday Fair has been a must-shop destination during the holiday season and is the longest-running indoor holiday…

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Asellina NYC Launches Feast of the Seven Fishes

travel October 21, 2014 0 Comments

Chef Andrea Montobbio, from Ristorante Asellina, has re-imagined the traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes (La Vigilia) with his usual contemporary flare. A time-honored Italian-American Christmas Eve celebration, Asellina is offering this modernized version of the feast all throughout the holiday season. The  Festa dei sette pesci, or Feast of the Seven Fishes, is an authentic, hand-crafted menu comprised of seven courses including scallops carpaccio, poached…

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Dungeons of Amsterdam NYC Halloween Party

travel October 1, 2014 0 Comments

Party Goddess Sally Golan of Social Media Exposure and Jetsetera cordially invite you to a naught good time this Halloween in New York City. Last years Dungeons of Amsterdam Halloween party at The Raven was so delectable and deliciously naughty…it would be a SIN not to bring it back and do it again. Social Exposure proudly presents the epic return…

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Quin Hotel’s Petrossian Picnic in Central Park

travel June 28, 2014 0 Comments

A sun-splashed summer picnic in Central Park is a quintessential New York experience that’s not to be missed. The newly opened Quin hotel, located just two blocks from Central Park at 57th and Sixth Avenue, is offering a luxurious take on this classic New York outing for its guests, with an exclusive “Petrossian Picnic in Central Park” experience. The Quin has…

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Introducing The Payard Weekender

travel June 13, 2014 0 Comments

Whether you’re hopping the jitney, catching the afternoon cannonball train, or packing into your car, the one thing you need to complete your summer-weekend Hamptons trip is Francois Payard’s newest creation: The Payard Weekender. The Payard Weekender ($120) is a ready-to-go condensed version of all the best that Chef Payard has to offer to the frequent traveler fleeing the city for hot summer…

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Travel: Experience Shakespeare in New York Experience at Quin Hotel

travel June 8, 2014 0 Comments

The newly opened Quin hotel, located just two blocks from Central Park at 57th and Sixth Avenue, is offering a “Shakespeare in New York” experience from June 3 through August 17th.  The experience includes a three-night stay in a premier suite, two reserved seats at a performance of Much Ado About Nothing or King Lear (part of The Public Theater’s 2014 Shakespeare in…

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Lifestyle: A Speakeasy in the Back of a Speakeasy

travel January 22, 2014 0 Comments

This month was the exclusive launch of Project 1919, a 3-month speakeasy pop-up at The Mulberry Project in Little Italy.  Named after the year prohibition was enforced across the United States,  Project 1919 is located behind a secret, slotted door in the back of the speakeasy. Led by renowned mixologists Sam Ziar (Orient Express, Le Grenier, 50 Parties, and The Bourgeois Pig) and Jasper Soffer (Spice Market, Soho House, Pegu…

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Travel: 5 Places for Nightlife Fun

travel January 7, 2014 0 Comments

Looking for a great party? Express yourself by dancing to the morning hours and meeting new friends over the clinking of shot glasses. Check out these 5 destinations for unbeatable nightlife: @Doug88888 / / CC BY-NC-SA   London.  Known mostly for its pub scene, London also has some of the most posh and prestigious nightclubs in the world. Nightlife…

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Travel: Sugartooth Tours NYC Proves There’s More to the Holidays Than Fruitcake

adventure holiday new york travel travel planning travel tips October 16, 2013 0 Comments

The holidays are right around the corner in the city that never sleeps, so what is the best way to ease into the festivities? Local walking dessert food tour company Sugartooth Tours recommends treating yourself or loved ones to their annual Union Square Holiday Market Dessert Tour. This magical tour will take you on a journey through the twinkling aromatic village of…

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New York City Travel Apps

food new york travel travel planning travel tips February 1, 2013 0 Comments

New to NYC and looking for high-tech ways to naviagate the largest city in the U.S? Check out these cool apps: ·         Leloca – Leloca connects locals and tourists alike with high-profile restaurants, retailers and spas near their current location that are offering big discounts, right when they’re ready to eat, shop or get pampered. The deals are typically 30%-50% off, there…

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