For those whose love of style extends beyond their closet and to the walls and rooms of their home, ABC Carpet & Home is basically heaven.
We could spend hours perusing the vast selection of homewares, furniture, lighting and textiles that fill each nook of this incredible interiors store.
The interiors are the pinnacle of opulence and luxury, and the views are second to none.
Jeffrey New York was among the first boutiques to pop up in the meatpacking district at the onset of its trendiness. This classic West Village brunch spot combines the best of French and American fares.
In the center is a massive white spiral staircase that serves as a centerpiece for it all—and makes for a very cool Instagram shot.
After a leisurely jaunt through the racks, stop in at Barney's famous eatery, Fred's, for a coffee or one of their signature salads.
In the penthouse floor of one of Chelsea's premiere hotel, The Top of the Standard at the Standard Hotel is a dazzling space that boasts a seriously chic nightlife scene.
It should be said that the kale salad here is quite possibly the best we've ever had.
And, if you're looking to order adventurously for dinner, try their goat entrée–trust us.
Now it sits in all its modern, geometric, glass-paneled glory on the southern end of the High Line, beckoning the downtown crowd to come in and view its innovative art exhibitions and impressive 21,000 -piece core collection.
Modeled after La Promenade Plantée in Paris, the High Line is a mile-long elevated public park built on abandoned railway tracks that runs along 10th Avenue between the Meatpacking District and the West 30s.