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New York City for families

New York City for families

David Moreno won the prestigious title ‘New York Concierge of the Year’ last year for his work at Gramercy Park Hotel, and we couldn’t think of anyone better to share his tips for families in New York… (more…)

Insider tips: Agyness Deyn and Fiona Byrnes New York tips

Insider tips: Agyness Deyn and Fiona Byrnes New York tips

Model Agyness Deyn and journalist Fiona Byrne have just launched naag.com – an online magazine about the things they like – with Fiona as Editor in Chief and Agyness as Creative Director – from their office on New York’s Rivington Street. (more…)

The New York of Mad Men

The New York of Mad Men

Oh, Don. It’s been too long. At last the glamour of 1960s America has returned to our screens, now via Sky Atlantic, with brand-new series five of Mad Men.

The setting of the show is quintessential New York City, a stylish, sophisticated place from a hedonistic era. (more…)

Frieze hits New York

Frieze hits New York

The UK’s most successful contemporary-art fair will be taking over an island in New York this May.

Frieze New York promises to be every bit as exciting as its UK counterpart. (more…)

See Alexander McQueen in New York

See Alexander McQueen in New York

To celebrate the opening of the landmark exhibition Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, which opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York on the 4 May, The Lowell is offering guests a special fashion package. (more…)

Bard on the battlefield

Bard on the battlefield

On 29 March 1461, Edward IV of York fought against Henry VI of Lancaster in an epic battle in which a staggering 28,000 men were killed by arrows, axes and lances. The Battle of Towton was brutal, killing more men in one day than at any time in English history, and bringing about the downfall of Henry VI. (more…)

We heart New York Restaurant Week

We heart New York Restaurant Week

New York Restaurant Week returns today with over 275 restaurants – including Maze by Gordon Ramsay and the internationally acclaimed Nobu – participating over this two-week event.

A diverse range of cuisines will be offered at discounts from the 12-25 July, and diners can sample a three-course prix-fixe lunch menu $24.07 and three-course prix-fixe dinner menu at $35. (more…)

Sizzling summer BBQ at the Soho Grand

Sizzling summer BBQ at the Soho Grand

The Hunger – a series of themed pop-up restaurant concepts presented in New York – will make its second appearance at the Soho Grand Hotel.

Following the success of the launch event ‘Urban Cuisine Bourgeois’ which popped up in NoLita and attracted the likes of Todd English, Tom Collichio, and Ken Friedman to the table, the second pop-up with appear in SoHo with the theme ‘Argentinean Asado’ – a style of grilling popular in the Pampa region of South America. (more…)

Go foraging in the wilds of New York City

Go foraging in the wilds of New York City

While American’s hippy and drifter movements have long made use of its cities’ abundance of free unwanted food, spawning unusual tribes such as ‘dumpster divers’ and ‘freegans’, real foraging in New York City takes a special kind of skill – and one that one Manhattan hotel is planning to help you to learn. (more…)

Sip iconic cocktails in New York

Sip iconic cocktails in New York

Talented mixologists, selected from the best bars across the country, have come together to create the Cocktail Collective – surely creating the strongest team of bartenders in the States. (more…)

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