The Strand Hotel NYC, located in New York’s fashion district on West 37th Street, has created a cocktail and dining menu inspired by several of the greatest fashion icons in the industry in honor of New York Fashion Week.
The hotel’s restaurant, Strand Bistro, is serving a $38, three-course dinner menu that celebrates some of the top fashion houses. The "Food Is Fashion" menu includes starters like cauliflower soup with a Parmesan crisp, white truffle essence, and chive oil, inspired by Valentino’s 1960 White Collection; and butternut squash risotto with squash purée, sage butter, and maple-smoked bacon inspired by Hermès’ fall 2012 collection.
The main course includes a choice of seared diver scallop with crispy spiced florets, cauliflower purée, and orange brown butter inspired by Christopher Kane’s Spring/Summer 2009 collection; or braised beef Angus short rib with spinach custard and parsnip inspired by the Robert Rodriguez Collection.
The Max Mara Fall 2012 collection is the inspiration for the crispy cheesecake with graham cracker streusel, caramel, and Tahitian vanilla, while Dolce & Gabana’s Fall 2012 collection is the muse for the chef’s chocolate molten cake with crème anglaise and dulce de leche.
The cocktail menu at rooftop bar Top of the Strand is also offering fashionable $15 cocktails that pay tribute to two of the fashion world’s late icons. One cocktail, The Gurley-Brown Show, is inspired by Helen Gurley-Brown, former editor at Cosmopolitan magazine. The potent cocktail consists of prosecco, rhubarb bitters, sugar, and rose petals. The Legend of Zelda cocktail, named for New York fashion socialite Zelda Kaplan, is a mix of jalapeño-infused Avión Silver tequila, fresh cilantro, ginger, and lime.
The special menus are being served until the end of September. Reservations for the special dinner menu are required.
Lisa Loverro is a freelance travel journalist seeking out exotic cultures and cuisines from around the globe. Follow her on twitter @LisitaNYC.
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Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is Myanmar's largest metropolis and a poster child for the country's state of flux after its recent liberalisation. Still a relatively undiscovered destination in Asia, the city is caught between its Colonial heritage with boulevards of once-glorious, decaying architecture, a crop of new entrepreneurs and artists trying to push it into the 21st century, and the local Shwe people just trying to eke out a livelihood.
There's certainy more than enough to keep you occupied for a weekend.
11.30pm: Touchdown and check in
Photo: Courtesy of Belmond Governor's Residence
The Friday Dragonair flight is the best option to fly into Yangon from Hong Kong. After landing at 11:30pm, head straight to your hotel to rest and reset for the weekend ahead.
Belmond Governor&rsquos Residence is rarely disputed as the best luxury hotel in Yangon. The elegant, 1920s Colonial mansion is a haven that takes you to another time and place, and the lush, serene grounds feel like a true home with the exceptional staff anticipating your every need. Rooms are beautifully appointed with teak wood flooring and carved furniture, and dining options in the open air verandas are excellent. Their Governor's Getaway package is perfect for weekend trips.
While the choice of luxury accomodations in Yangon is still quite limited, The Strand and Savoy are both good alternative options. The Strand is an iconic landmark built in 1901, while Savoy Hotel is a little more off the beaten path. An intimate 30-room mansion full of old-world charm, the boutique Savoy is conveniently located just a short walk from Shwedagon Pagoda.
Belmond Governor's Residence, 35 Taw Win Road, Dagon Township, Yangon, +95 1 229 860, belmond.com
Savoy Hotel Yangon, 129 Dhammazedi Road, Yangon, +95 1 526 289, savoy-myanmar.com
The Strand Hotel, 92 Strand Road, Yangon, +95 1 243 377, hotelthestrand.com
9am: Mohinga breakfast
Photo: Courtesy of Belmond Governor's Residence
Start the day with a bowl of mohinga, Burma&rsquos favourite breakfast and what many consider to be its national dish. The rice noodles in thick fish soup, eaten with a mix of condiments that include garlic, onions, lemongrass, ginger and fish sauce, are delicious and filling. You'll find them at any streetside vendor or local café&mdashbut if your stomach isn&rsquot quite up for an adventure yet, most hotel buffets serve it as well.
10am: Downtown heritage walk
The Secretariat (Photo: Grace Chee/Hong Kong Tatler)
Head downtown and take a nostalgic walk back in time to the 19th century, amongst the crumbling Colonial-era mansions and moss-covered brick buildings that line Pansodan Street and Strand Road.
Don&rsquot miss the Accountant General&rsquos Office, the Former Myanmar Railway Headquarters and the gated Secretariat (General Aung San, father of Burmese democracy, was assassinated here in 1947), all patiently awaiting restoration in their decaying grandeur.
12pm: Ferry across to Dalla
Photo: Grace Chee/Hong Kong Tatler
Pansodan Ferry Terminal is right next to Strand Road. A ten-minute ride on the crowded public ferry will take you to Dalla, a tiny provincial township just across the bustling Yangon River. Take a 30-minute trishaw tour around the local villages for an eye-opening experience of life for the average Burmese. While the short excursion is definitely doable on your own, we suggest hiring a tour guide to ensure a safe and smooth experience.
1pm: Tea leaf salad and coconut noodles
Tea leaf salad (Photo: Courtesy of Rangoon Tea House)
For lunch, stop by hipster favourite Rangoon Tea House, popular with both the expat crowd and young, well-to-do Burmese.The lower level is a light-filled café, while the upper floor Toddy Bar has a moodier vibe. This is a great place to try traditional Burmese recipes and street snacks, which are known for their strong flavours&mdashwe recommend the coconut noodles and the tea leaf salad, a unique local dish of pickled tea leaves and crispy nuts quite unlike anything we've tasted.
Rangoon Tea House, 77-79 Pansodan Road, Yangon, +95 9 979 078681, facebook.com/RangoonTeaHouse
2pm: Gallery hopping
Myanm/art gallery space (Photo: Courtesy of Myanm/art)
In the afternoon, explore the blossoming local art scene downtown. Still in its infancy on the international market, Burmese contemporary art has many undervalued treasures amongst the emotive reflections of the country&rsquos political and social turmoil.
River Gallery is a pioneer and mainstay in the Rangoon art community. Opened in 2005 by New Zealander Gill Pattison, the gallery was originally located in Strand Hotel but has since moved just around the corner to the Chindwin Chambers. The sizable space carries paintings, sculptures and installations from some of Myanmar&rsquos best artists, including Aung Ko, Aung Myint and Htein Lin.
Nathalie Johnston&rsquos labour of love Myanm/art is also a must-visit. Representing young, emerging artists using alternative mediums, the gallery provides a free exhibition space that helps them gain international exposure and access to buyers. Afterwards, catch your breath at Pansuriya café downstairs with a cup of lah phet yay, then head next door for a look at Ivan Pun&rsquos newly opened furniture showroom-slash-eatery Paribawga.
River Gallery, Chindwin Chambers, 37th and 38th Street, Yangon, +95 1 378 617, rivergallerymyanmar.com
Myanm/art, 3/F, 98 Bo Galay Zay Street, Yangon, +95 9 421 161755, myanmartevolution.com
6pm: Dinner and drinks at the Strand
Sarkies Bar (Photo: Courtesy of Strand Hotel)
End the day with dinner and drinks at the recently (and beautifully) renovated Strand Hotel, a historic landmark from the Colonial era on the riverfront Strand boulevard. Sip on a Strand Sour at Sarkies Bar, where the likes of Rudyard Kipling or Orson Welles once sated their thirst, before a mediterranean feast at The Strand Restaurant.
The Strand Restaurant & Sarkies Bar, Strand Hotel, 92 Strand Road, Yangon, +95 1 243 377, hotelthestrand.com
10am: A ride on the circle train
Take a cab to the Yangon central station and get on board the Circular train alongside Burmese commuters for a taste of local life. The entire loop winds through the city and into the countryside, taking about three hours, but you can get off whenever you want. We suggest alighting at Hledan station for a walk around the morning market.
12pm: Lunch al-fresco
Photo: Courtesy of Kipling&rsquos Restaurant
The charming Kipling&rsquos Restaurant offers delicious pan-Asian cuisine (think sea bass curry with coconut cream, lemongrass chicken and teriyaki beef brisket) in elegant surroundings. If the weather isn't too hot, ask for a table on the shaded wooden terrace for an al-fresco lunch.
Kipling&rsquos Restaurant, Savoy Hotel Yangon, 129 Dhammazedi Road, Yangon, +95 1 526 289, savoy-myanmar.com
2pm: Shopping for ethnic textiles
Photo: Courtesy of Yoyamay
Spend a few hours wandering through the Bogyoke Aung San Market (formerly known as the Scott Market), a warren of little stores hawking jewellery, textiles, rattan crafts and more. Stock up on longyis (the Burmese sarong) and thanaka paste (the ubiquitous white 'paint' you see on Burmese faces) to bring home for souvenirs, then head upstairs to Yoyamay, a slickly run boutique with exquisite, collector-quality ethnic Chin textiles.
Yoyamay, #20, 2/F Main Building, Bogyoke Market, Bogyoke Aung San Road, 11143 Yangon, +95 9 450 029481, yoyamay.com
6pm: Sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda
We&rsquove saved the best for the last. Sunset at the gilded Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon&rsquos most emblematic landmark and Myanmar&rsquos most sacred Buddhist pagoda, is a magnificent way to remember the country. Take a seat next to the pilgrims and admire the sixth century stupa as it transforms from a bright, shimmering gold into a gentle, subdued glimmer against the dusky blue sky.
8pm: Dinner at Le Planteur
Photo: Courtesy of Le Planteur
End the trip with a candlelit French dinner at the elegant Le Planteur. Located next to the picturesque Inya Lake, it&rsquos one of Yangon&rsquos best fine-dining restaurants. Have one last glass of wine at the bar, before catching the red-eye back to Hong Kong.
Le Planteur, 80 University Avenue, Bahan Township, Yangon, +95 1 514 230, leplanteur.net
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Chef Kelvin Fernandez — recent winner of the “People’s Choice: Best Savory Dish” award at the annual Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit Food Festival — has brought his culinary talents and flavorful vision to Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, New York City as the vacation ownership property’s new executive chef.
Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, New York City is a stylish, boutique property located in the heart of the city’s Fashion District, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. It was formerly the Strand Hotel.
As a kid growing up in Queens, becoming a world-renowned chef never entered Kelvin Fernandez’s mind. But it was a Long Island City High School cooking class—a class he took on a whim to impress his girlfriend—that helped him discover his passion and skills.
Today, Chef Fernandez is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, French-trained, a two-time winner at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit Food Festival, NYC’s youngest executive chef, runner up on Food Network’s “Chopped,” and winner on both FYI Network’s “Man vs. Child” and Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay” show.
Chef Kelvin Fernandez’s Award Winning Braised Beef Short Rib Arepa
Just a few weeks ago, Fernandez’s black truffle arepa with mushroom duxelle parmegianno reggiano was awarded the “People’s Choice: Best Savory Dish” at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit Food Festival in Boston.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Chef Fernandez to the Marriott Vacation Club Pulse family,” said John Loizos, General Manager, Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, New York City. “He is a true culinary talent and we’re excited to have him bring his dynamic energy to the property’s dining experiences. With his passion and creativity, I know our Owners, guests and New York locals will look forward to dining with us again and again.”
In his role as executive chef at Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, New York City, Chef Fernandez oversees all the property’s culinary operations, including its two dining outlets, the Strand Bistro, featuring seasonal, modern American cuisine with Latin influences, and the iconic Top of The Strand lounge, widely recognized as one of the best rooftop bars in the world.
“I’m looking forward to creating amazing food that fuses layers of flavors with different textures,” Chef Fernandez said. “That’s what makes a dish exciting, from the first bite to the last.” Crispy arepas made with braised beef short rib, creamy avocado and lime-scented sour cream are one of his favorite creations on the menu. “When I figured out that I wanted to do an arepa, I knew that I wanted to do something different. They’re inspired by my Dominican roots. It’s a Colombian recipe with a Dominican twist.”
The Drake, New York
The Most Famous Hotels in the World lists nine hotels in New York.
On a front page story in the Metropolitan section (October 6, 2013), the New York Times reported "Harry Macklowe Gambles Again: A developer known for wild swings of fortune builds a Park Avenue apartment tower a quarter-mile high." On the site of the old Drake Hotel (demolished in 2007), Macklowe is building a luxurious apartment building which, upon completion, will be, at 1,398 feet the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. The apartments will be large, and very expensive, with an 8,255-square-foot six bedroom penthouse on the 95th floor being listed for $82.55 million, or $10,000 a square-foot. 432 Park Avenue was designed by the world-famous Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly.
The Drake Hotel was built in 1927. When it opened its doors in the "Roaring Twenties", it boasted innovations such as automatic refrigeration as well as spacious, luxurious rooms and suites. Bing and Bing, noted builders, owned and operated the hotel for more than 35 years. In the early 1960s, entrepreneur William Zeckendorf acquired the hotel, added guest rooms and opened New York's first discotheque, Shepheard's. In 1965, Loews Hotel Corporation acquired the Drake and hired me to be their first General Manager. My recollections are, therefore, based on the two and a half exciting years that I served as GM.
The hotel's restaurant was the Drake Room which opened in December 21, 1945. It was the pet project of hotelman Walter Redell (Cornell graduate from Cleveland). The Drake Room was a success from the start with its unique ceramic tree, great food, and impeccable service under the direction of Maitre de Nino Schiavone. Stars of the entertainment world, bankers and politicians made the Drake Room one of the most cosmopolitan rooms in New York. Redell hired the best salon piano player in town for the opening. Cy Walter remained the featured performer for six years. When I became General Manager, I brought Cy Walter back to the Drake Room and got MGM Records to produce a fabulous LP: "Cy Walter at The Drake," with a cover photograph of Cy sitting at a Steinway grand piano on 56th Street under the Drake porte cochere.
One of the most famous dishes in the Drake Room was Steak Nino, a version of Steak Diane. Evidence suggests that Steak Diane was an American invention of the late 1950s when French cooking was all the rage. Jane Nickerson's article "Steak Worthy of the Name" (New York Times, January 25, 1953), suggests three likely candidates in New York City as originators: the Drake Hotel, the Sherry-Netherland Hotel and the Colony Restaurant. The Drake's Nino Schiavone claimed that he was the first to introduce Steak Nino to New York and, in fact, to the entire United States. Nino cooked the prime steak at tableside in sweet butter mixed with fresh chives and other seasonings flamed with cognac and sherry. Nino distributed nearly twenty-five thousand copies of his famous recipe all over the world.
The most famous and successful discotheque in Manhattan was Shepheard's at the Drake which was open seven days a week for cocktails, dinner and supper with continuous dancing from 7:30PM to 3AM. Luncheon was served Monday through Friday and a special brunch on Sunday from noon to 4PM. At lunch there were fashion shows and for some years, a talk radio program featuring the Metropolitan Opera's Mimi Benzell as hostess with famous guests.
We printed and distributed a card entitled, "How to Do the Newest Discotheque Dances at Shepheard's in New York's Drake Hotel" with step-by-step instructions to dance the Jerk, Watusi, Frug and the Monkey. Killer Joe Piro's party was regular feature at Shepheard's. The discotheque was so successful that patrons lined up on 56th Street and around the corner on Park Avenue to wait (even on the winter's coldest nights) to be admitted where they paid a hefty cover charge to dance to disco music.
The Drake Hotel's guest list included such famous classical musicians as Alicia del la Rocha, Artur Rubinstein, Dame Myra Hess and Glenn Gould. Also celebrities like Milton Berle, Leon Bibb, Paul Anka, Muhammed Ali (soft spoken and kind), Barry Goldwater and many more. On my office wall, the following framed note on Drake Hotel letterhead with a signed photograph is hung in a prominent location:
Dear Mr. Turkel,*
I was very touched by your remembering my birthday and sending me this lovely bottle of Moét et Chandon, which we drank with great pleasure. At the same time, I wanted to tell you that we find ourselves very comfortable in the Drake and are delighted with the service and attention we get.
* Prior to forming his hotel consulting firm, Stan Turkel was the Product Line Manager for Hotel/Motel Operations at the International Telephone & Telegraph Co. overseeing the Sheraton Corporation of America. Before joining IT&T, he was the General Manager of the Summit Hotel (762 Rooms), General Manager of the Drake Hotel (680 Rooms) and Resident Manager of the Americana Hotel (1842 Rooms), all in New York City.
London’s spectacular Art Deco hotels.
“Art Deco” is a distinctively elegant style of architecture that came to London in the 1920s and 1930s and is still in evidence today. This article and its photos give you an overview of London’s stunning Art Deco hotels.
Staying in an Art Deco hotel arguably gives you a truer feeling of “being in London” than you would get from a contemporary or chain hotel.
It evokes a feeling of excitement and glamour, particularly when you are lounging around the hotel’s public spaces.
You can find Art Deco showcased in many coffee-table books and websites. If you like the style, then why not consider staying in one of London’s gorgeous Art Deco hotels?
Art Deco has left its mark on hotels as prominent as Claridge’s, the Dorchester, the Savoy, the Sheraton Park Lane and the Strand Palace.
Several have been tastefully refurbished while retaining their Art Deco heritage. Here we provide a brief summary of each Art Deco hotel.
Please check TripAdvisor guest reviews before booking, since the hotels all score differently in terms of service and value for money:
Original Art Deco features are intermingled with modern touches giving a stylish, elegant feel. There are bold lines and sweeping curves all around you. For me personally, Claridge’s is the ultimate Art Deco hotel – a feast for the eyes the moment you enter. Do make sure that you specifically ask for an Art Deco room or suite when you book.
The timeless elegance of Claridge’s gives you a great sense of the glamour and glitz of 1920s London
The style here is quite traditional, with the atmosphere almost of a distinguished country retreat, although it is also quite ostentatious. This hotel has a certain air of tranquillity about itself, reinforced by its excellent spa services. To assess it against Claridge’s our head-to-head comparison of London’s ultra-deluxe hotels may prove useful.
Even the China Tang restaurant at the Dorchester was designed with Art Deco touches
The Savoy is truly one of London’s most spectacular Art Deco hotels, but is currently closed for a major £100m refurbishment. Although it was originally due to reopen in 2009, delays in the project have pushed this back to 2010. But it will certainly be worth the wait. According to its General Manager, the 1929 iconic steel canopy is being restored as well as some truly luxurious Art Deco guestrooms with all the mod-cons. Other highlights expected include a new bar and tea shop, a set of re-launched River Suites with views over the Thames and a rooftop swimming pool.
The Savoy is a true London icon and we can’t wait to see it reopen in 2010 after its exciting Art Deco restoration
Sheraton on Park Lane (picture at top of page):
This hotel was opened in 1927 at the height of Art Deco’s heyday as can be clearly seen from its stylish public areas. These include its famous Ballroom which has featured in Jeeves and Wooster, Brideshead Revisited and James Bond’s Goldeneye. The hotel claims that all its rooms also have Art Deco touches. If you stay there, you should ask for a room with views over magnificent Green Park.
Strand Palace Hotel:
This was once one of London’s most glamorous Art Deco buildings and has now been completely updated. It is an iconic building which is perfectly placed if your London visit is about theatres, sightseeing and nightlife. There is currently a contest to celebrate the hotel’s 100 year centenary in October 2009, giving 100 rooms away for 100 pence! Even outside the special offers this is probably the cheapest of London’s Art Deco hotels.
The Strand Palace Hotel is a landmark London hotel almost equidistant to Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and the River Thames
By the way, another of London’s most famous Art Deco buildings is known as the “Hoover Factory” (now tastefully converted into a Tesco supermarket!) in Perivale. It’s a little off the beaten track but worth checking out if you’re an Art Deco aficionado.
Photo credits: Claridge’s (Maybourne Hotel Group), The Dorchester (Dorchester Collection), Strand Palace Hotel, Sheraton on Park Lane Hotel, The Savoy (Fairmont Hotels and Resorts).
The Strand, Stockholm
Peering up at the 300 hanging pendant lights that take centre stage in the atrium restaurant of Stockholm&rsquos Strand hotel, I was blown away by the stunning design of the newly renovated hotel.
Slap bang in a trendy harbourside location in Sweden&rsquos capital, the Radisson Collection Strand Stockholm, is the perfect combination of classic architecture, and modern Swedish design.
With local architecture firm Wingårdhs on board, the hotel&rsquos dramatic makeover has thrusted it into the 21 st century, while honouring its historic past from when it first opened its doors in 1912.
The bedrooms are kitted out with hanging pendant globe lights, plush velvet armchairs and parquet flooring with a colour scheme reflecting the surrounding neighbourhood: greys, deep blues and bottle greens.
The hidden speakeasy-style bar with its marble flooring and brass accents is the perfect setting for a post-dinner nightcap, with subtle nods to the VIP guests that enjoyed its surroundings: Greta Garbo, Frank Sinatra and Audrey Hepburn to name a few.
The shining star of the show though is the atrium restaurant, where guests dine underneath the glow of hundreds of twinkling pendant lights as they feast on everything from Swedish Skagen to elk salami and Swedish &lsquofried Brie.&rsquo
And while it&rsquod be easy to stay nestled in the hotel&rsquos cosy surroundings during Sweden&rsquos harsh winters, it&rsquos the perfect base to explore the city when the weather is a little warmer.
Take a wander through Gamla Stan, or even better explore it above ground in a roof top hiking tour on one of the old town buildings.
For something a little quirkier, grab a ferry directly outside the hotel and head for a night of fun at the Gröna Lund theme park and the ABBA museum.
With so much to do in the beautiful and compact city, the Strand is a welcome home to return to after a day of exploring, with the staff greeting you with huge smiles, and the rooms greeting you with incredibly comfy beds&hellip
Aside from the aforementioned beds &ndash the staff at the hotel were just so welcoming and ready to help with everything from restaurant recommendations to taxi bookings.
A rooftop bar would offer incredible views of Stockholm, the hotel's location is AMAZING.
NEED TO KNOW
Rooms start at &euro128.26 per night, with 170 in total.
The hotel also offers breakfast, lunch, brunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and cocktails - result!
Must-do: Book one of the in-room beauty treatments if you&rsquore in need of a pamper
New York’s Best Year-Round Rooftop Bars
There are a lot of melancholy endings associated with autumn say goodbye to sunning on the beach, exquisite produce, and lounging around with frosty cocktails on rooftops. But wait just one second… while you’ll probably want to swap out that strawberry daiquiri for a whiskey-based, maple-scented tipple in NYC, there’s no real reason that drinking on rooftops needs to be relegated to summer. Not when there are so many hotels, bars and restaurants boasting convertible, sky-high spaces, suitable for sipping spirits in all year round! And we’ve rounded up some of our favorites – from the Hudson Hotel’s urban après-ski resort to Eataly’s own Birreria and more!
Shortly after Oktoberfest, this Central Park-adjacent hotel transforms its stylish sky deck into an equally chic, enclosed ski lodge, complete with faux snow, vintage toboggans, stuffed bears, fur throws, and an Alpine-style menu of toasty Fondue and Aztec Hot Chocolate. Yes, really. It’s worth stopping by just to see the transformation!
Officially the “highest brewery in New York,” Eataly’s rooftop restaurant and microbrewery serves unfiltered, unpasteurized, and naturally carbonated cask ales, as well as hearty, family-style feasts of Braised Pork Shoulder, housemade Sausages and Grilled Meats under the stars and city skyline. Lest we forget to remind you that Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich are behind this delicious Italian wonderland.
Top of the Strand
In the heart of the city astride the modern Strand hotel, this year-round, glass-enclosed cocktail lounge was overseen by the set designer of Sex and the City, so expect a super fashionable oasis. The room is decked with patterned banquettes, oodles of greenery, and there’s a sexy cocktail selection of Mint Juleps and Strawberry Gimlets, from award winning resident mixologist, Juan Coronado.
Inspired by the telescope Jimmy Stewart peeked through in “Rear Window,” you’ll be able to play voyeur to some of the most spectacular sights the city has to offer, including a dead-on view of the Empire State Building. And considering the penthouse space is perched directly atop David Burke’s restaurant, fabrick, you know the food is a cut above, featuring Avocado Panna Cotta, Fluke Ceviche, and Lobster BLT Steam Buns.
Decked out like a lush Parisian garden, with lamppost lighting, park benches and verdant, hanging plants, a retractable roof takes Hotel Chantelle’s sophisticated al fresco space seamlessly from summer to winter and back again. Watch colorful leaves or snowflakes settle on the glittering glass enclosure, as you cuddle up snuggly with luxurious eats from executive chef Seth Levine, the likes of White Truffle Flatbreads, lobster and caviar-topped Deviled Eggs, and Oysters with yuzu pearls and horseradish foam.
Located atop the Ravel Hotel in Long Island City, this rooftop lounge has unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline. And with retractable awnings, clear vinyl encasings and a slew of heaters cozying up the 8,000-square foot space, it’s also been duly winterized, so snack on Pacific Rim-inspired bites like Grilled Beef Satay, and sip on breezy cocktails like the rum and coconut “Mahalo,” and pretend you’re still at some exotic, sandy locale, not decked out in closed toed heels and a lined leather jacket on a roof deck in Queens.
The Press Lounge
Offering 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, this 16-story high lounge is outfitted with streamlined leather couches and flickering fire pits, and offers a menu of seasonally-inspired cocktails and small plates from its sister restaurant, PRINT, including the “Dauphin” with whiskey, agave nectar and radish, and a variety of salumi and farmstead cheeses.
Upstairs at the Kimberly
This 3,000-square foot space sits 30 stories high above the Kimberly Hotel in Midtown, featuring three separate indoor & outdoor venues, retractable glass ceilings and walls, heated floors, and awe-inspiring views of the Chrysler Building. Couple that with signature cocktails like the spiced, honeyed “Rum Service,” and small plates such as Duck Cigars with pomegranate, and you’ll have little reason to mourn the end of summer.
New York City Bucket List: 100 Things to Do Before You Die
Photo by Steel Wool
1. Row a boat at The Loeb Boathouse.
Let&rsquos kick off this New York City Bucket List with something special, shall we?
Warm, sunny days in New York City are not to be wasted indoors! When the temperature cracks 65 degrees, head over to Central Park&rsquos Loeb Boathouse to row a boat on one of Central Park&rsquos lakes. After, have a picnic or hit the cafe for a cocktail or two!
2. Find your dream brownstone.
You may not be able to afford one now &mdash or ever &mdash since the going rate for a Brooklyn brownstone is about $2 million. But it&rsquos nice to dream, right?
When it comes to classic New York City architecture, it doesn&rsquot get any better than those beautiful brownstones. Spend some time walking through Park Slope, Cobble Hill, or Forte Greene to find your favorite.
3. Grab a slice at the City&rsquos best pizzerias.
If you could only choose to do one thing on this entire New York City Bucket List, eating authentic New York-style pizza would be the most important &mdash or, at least it is to us! Prince Street Pizza, Lombardi&rsquos, and Motorino are among our favorite pizzerias.
The Tenement Museum/Tom Bastin
4. Check out the Tenement Museum.
New York City was built by and for immigrants, and the Tenement Museum is the ultimate tribute to the city&rsquos spectacular history. There, you&rsquoll explore the everyday lives of immigrants who lived in Lower East Side tenements from their housing and food, to their jobs and family histories, you&rsquoll be fascinated by America&rsquos stories.
New York City/Karl Stanton
5. Helicopter over the city.
The best way to see the world&rsquos most famous skyline is by helicopter. No doubt about that one.
Sure, it&rsquos a little pricey. But if you can manage it, a helicopter tour of New York City will be a magical experience you&rsquoll never forget.
Click here to book your New York City helicopter tour.
Photo by Richard Burger
6. Discover every corner of Central Park.
When the chaos of the city becomes too much, Central Park is always there. And thank goodness for that!
We recommend carving a few hours out of your itinerary to simply stroll though Central Park, enjoy nature, and relax. Maybe rent a bike, read a book, or even have a picnic.
7. Take a food tour.
If you&rsquove ever taken a food tour before, then you know they&rsquore a must when visiting any great foodie city. New York City is no exception.
Each of the food tours listed below offer tastings from some of the city&rsquos best eateries, interesting stories about New York City&rsquos culinary history and culture, and an expert guide.
Here are some of the city&rsquos best food tours. Which one will you choose?
8. Devour dumplings in Flushing, Queens.
Please, allow us to introduce you to a neighborhood in Queens, called Flushing. This is the real, authentic &ldquoChinatown,&rdquo so forget about the one in Manhattan.
If you want Chinese food, Flushing is the only place you get it. From xiao long bao and wonton soup, to steamed pork buns and stir-fried noodles, you&rsquoll find it all, and more, in Flushing.
For xiao long bao (soup dumplings), our favorite spot is Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao, which was introduced to us by our Chinese friend, Wenjie!
Photo by Shinya Suzuki
9. Browse the Union Square Greenmarket.
Th e Union Square Greenmarket is our favorite New York City farmer&rsquos market. Whether you have a kitchen to cook in or not, a visit to the Union Square Greenmarket is worth it for the happy vibes, beautiful food, and lots of samples!
The market is open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 8 am to 6 pm, and we guarantee you won&rsquot find fresher or more vibrant produce anywhere else in the city!
Photo by Garrett Ziegler
10. Enjoy a true New York bagel.
Of course, this New York City Bucket List wouldn&rsquot be complete without a New York-style bagel. Some of the highest-ranked bagel spots in New York City include Absolute Bagels, Russ & Daughters, and Ess-a-Bagel!
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11. Or try a bialy.
If you don&rsquot live in New York City (or Los Angeles), then you probably don&rsquot know what a bialy is. But this is important, so find out here! Then &mdash once you&rsquore in the know &mdash head over to Kossar&rsquos to try New York City&rsquos most authentic bialys!
12. Drink at a speakeasy.
The Roaring Twenties may be long gone, but that doesn&rsquot mean you can&rsquot get all dressed up and spend your evening knocking on the doors of New York City&rsquos swankiest, most secretive bars and nightclubs! Here&rsquos a recent list of the best speakeasies in the city. Cheers!
Want to take a Craft Cocktails and Speakeasies tour in the East Village? Click here!
13. Snag tickets to a show on Broadway.
Seeing a show on Broadway is pricey, but oh, so worth it. Whether you&rsquore in the mood for Wicked, The Book of Mormon, or Hamilton &mdash yeah, you know you want to those ever-so-elusive Hamilton tickets &mdash you&rsquoll have a brilliant time that you won&rsquot soon forget.
Photo by Tomás Fano
14. Get lost in the MoMA.
All of New York City&rsquos museums are special in their own way, but The Museum of Modern Art is special in every way. Of all the places in New York City you can go to be inspired (there are many!), the MoMA is one of the very best.
If you love and appreciate modern art, the MoMA in Midtown is a must. And if you don&rsquot like art at all, then this place might just be the one that changes your mind.
This tour offers early-morning VIP access to the MoMA, before the general public can enter the museum. Talk about a magical experience. Click here to learn more.
15. Walk across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
You can&rsquot miss taking a leisurely stroll across the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge. You just can&rsquot. Period.
Best case scenario, it will be a sunny, windless day, and you&rsquoll enjoy a lovely walk and spectacular views of New York City&rsquos skyline and the East River. Worst case scenario, it will be cold and windy, but you&rsquoll still love every second.
16. Eat your weight in Italian goodness at Eataly.
Italian food lovers, where you at?
During your trip, make sure to stop by our beloved Eataly for the ultimate Italian cuisine experience. We&rsquore talking about a full-blown market, full of high-quality, authentic Italian ingredients that you can&rsquot find anywhere else from freshly baked breads, handmade pastas and fine Italian wines, to full-bodied olive oils and aged cheeses, Eataly has it all.
But let&rsquos not forget that Eataly also features many different eateries, serving up everything from seafood and pasta, to pizza and hearty meat dishes! Yes, please.
17. Drink to your heart&rsquos content at the Brooklyn Brewery.
Like craft beer? We do, too. We especially like it when it&rsquos straight from the tap at Brooklyn Brewery.
When you visit, you can go on a Small Batch Tour of the brewery or have a flight in the tasting room &mdash and either way, you&rsquore sure to have an awesome time! Plus, as you spend your day drinking beer with lots of other beer enthusiasts, you can have your own pizza delivered!
Now, that&rsquos our kind of place.
Photo by TravelingOtter
18. Hop on the Roosevelt Island Tramway.
If you want to catch some awesome aerial views of New York City, riding the Roosevelt Island Tramway is a great way to do it. And at only $2.25 each way, it&rsquos a cheap way to do it, too!
Find more information about the tram here.
Photo by City Foodsters
19. Eat pastrami at Katz&rsquos.
If you leave the city without eating a pastrami sandwich at Katz&rsquos Delicatessen, did you even go at all? Nope.
$20 for one sandwich might sound a little crazy (okay, a lot crazy), but in this case, the hype and the price are justified.
New York Public Library/Jiahui Huang
20. Work at the New York Public Library.
Okay, okay. So working isn&rsquot usually something you&rsquod add to any bucket list. But sometimes, stuff&rsquos gotta get done. While in NYC, there&rsquos no better place to work/study than the historic and beautiful New York Public Library on 5th and 42nd.
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21. Attend a New York sporting event.
It doesn&rsquot matter who you root for or who your rivals are. Given the chance, you should attend a New York City sporting event, whether that means a Mets, Yankees, Nets, Knicks, Jets, or Rangers game!
Photo by TravelingOtter
22. Chill out in Washington Square Park.
Washington Square Park is the unofficial center of NYU, so naturally, the area teems with students, artists, and other interesting individuals. You&rsquoll see a variety of people, but around these parts, most will be very good-looking and well-dressed.
In the summer, enjoy the sunshine and do a bit of people watching.
Tiger at the Bronx Zoo/Erick Gustafson
23. Get wild at the Bronx Zoo.
The Bronx Zoo is the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States, so yeah, it&rsquos kind of a big deal. The zoo&rsquos most popular furry friends include lions, tigers, giraffes, polar bears, and even gorillas!
24. Experience The Met before it opens.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art &mdash which has been around since 1870 and features over 5,000 years of human history &mdash is amazing on its own. But it&rsquos 1,000,000 times better without the crowds!
Book the VIP EmptyMet Tour, and you&rsquoll gain entry into the museum 1.5 hours before it opens. No more than 24 other guests will experience this incredible opportunity with you, so in other words, you&rsquoll virtually have the place to yourself! Trust us, it is worth every single penny!
However, if you want to visit during normal hours, purchase this three-day admission ticket to The Met, which also includes access to The Met Cloisters (see #57 below) and The Met Breuer!
Photo by Nathan Martin
25. Eat everything at the Chelsea Market.
The Chelsea Market is a legendary food hall located in &mdash you guessed it &mdash Chelsea. Basically, any craving you have can, and will, be satisfied here. Fresh sushi, Italian specialties, warm soups, authentic tacos, and hand-pulled noodles are just a few of the many delights found at the Chelsea Market.
26. Enjoy springtime at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Within this crazy concrete jungle lies a beautiful, quiet, and much-needed oasis: the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. 250 acres, more than one million living plants, fresh air, and bright colors will give you the break you need from all the high rises and taxis.
Photo by erica frank
27. Walk The High Line.
When the sun&rsquos out, there&rsquos no better place than The High Line to spend an afternoon!
Back in the 1930s, the The High Line was home to nothing more than freight train tracks. But today, The High Line has been refurbished into a mile-and-a-half long park, filled with greenery and awesome views of Chelsea.
This will be an experience you won&rsquot forget!
Photo by City Foodsters
28. Unleash your inner-Cookie Monster at Levain Bakery.
Levain Bakery is home to the world&rsquos best cookies. Don&rsquot believe us and thousands of other Yelpers? Good! Then we dare you to go try those cookies for yourself! You&rsquoll see&hellip
29. Wander through Greenwich Village.
Home to NYC&rsquos famous Washington Square Arch and Park, as well as NYU, Greenwich Village features Bohemian vibes, in stark contrast with the rest of the city. Greenwich is a neighborhood full of eclectic, artsy people, and we highly recommend strolling around for great food, people watching, and thrifting!
Photo by Sun Brockie
30. Find an awesome read at the Strand.
The Strand Book Store is the place for the literary fiends of New York City. The Strand&rsquos endless rows of shelves overflow with new, old, rare, and out-of-print books. The famous shop, which has been open since 1927, offers over 2.5 million different books and cannot be missed!
Ahhh, that lovely old book smell &mdash do you know what we mean?
Shake Shack/Shinya Suzuki
31. Try out Shake Shack.
Shake Shack is quite possibly the city&rsquos favorite burger! Since its humble beginnings as a summer cart between 2001 and 2003, today Shake Shack has expanded its empire throughout New York and has even ventured into California and Nevada. All of this, without losing the quality of their burgers.
Just know that In-N-Out still is &mdash and always will be &mdash better than Shake Shack. This is the obvious truth, but since we&rsquore Californians first and foremost, we&rsquore obliged to say so!
32. Snag tickets to a comedy show.
We love spending an evening laughing our asses off at a comedy club. In our opinion, the best one is the legendary Gotham Comedy Club, which always features the best headliners around.
Click here to see Gotham&rsquos upcoming acts and to buy tickets.
33. Admire the views from Top of the Rock.
Some say that the views from Top of the Rock Observation Deck are the best in the entire city. We can&rsquot say we disagree. You really can&rsquot beat 360° views of this chaotic, beautiful concrete jungle &mdash especially at sunset.
Click here to book your tickets for the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
34. Grab a sandwich from Faicco&rsquos Italian Specialties.
In our opinion, Faicco&rsquos Italian Specialties is a New York City staple and a beautiful gem of a deli &mdash though so many people don&rsquot know about its greatness. So without further ado, let us introduce you to the best Italian sandwich you might ever find in the States!
The sandwich above features crispy, juicy chicken cutlet, broccoli rabe, pesto, and fresh mozzarella. Yaaaasssss.
35. Shop for less at sample sales.
When in New York City, keep your eyes and ears out for sample sales! &ldquoBut,&rdquo you ask, &ldquowhat is a sample sale?&rdquo Well, basically, sample sales are like pop-up shops selling high-fashion garments at crazy low prices. This is because brands are either trying to test out future products, or get rid of past merchandise.
Photo by Dan Nguyen
36. People watch in Union Square.
Union Square is like the cousin of Washington Square Park. But the rebellious cousin, of course.
This area is filled with people doing their own thing they don&rsquot care who you are, and they don&rsquot care if you watch. This is the New York City that I know and love. There are street performers everywhere, a farmer&rsquos market a few days per week (see #9 above), and nice views all around.
Photo by Yelp Inc. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
37. Take a street food tour.
Whether you take a self-guided food cart/truck tour, or go with an expert guide, the important thing is that you do have a street food feast!
Some of the city&rsquos best bites can be found on the street, so don&rsquot miss out.
Photo by rufus
38. Watch a free summer concert.
On a beautiful summer&rsquos day, can you imagine anything you&rsquod rather do, over relaxing in a park, listening to awesome, free music with friends? Nope.
You can check this website for all of the upcoming free summer concerts!
39. Visit The Frick Collection.
Throughout his life, Pittsburgh industrialist, Henry Clay Frick, assembled one of the greatest art collections of all time. The Frick Collection, which is displayed in Frick&rsquos former 5th Avenue residence, provides a serene setting for guests to enjoy famous works by Rembrandt, Goya, Vermeer, and Bellini, among many others.
The Halal Guys/City Foodsters
40. Feast The Halal Guys after hours.
The Halal Guys is our go-to food cart any time of day, but especially after a long night out. Many of The Halal Guys carts are open late &ndash some of them until 4:00 am, every day of the week &ndash and their chicken and gyro platters smothered in white sauce always hit the spot.
41. Go thrifting.
Everyone wants to go shopping on 5th Avenue when they visit New York City. But if you&rsquod rather save money, have a unique experience, and escape from the heavy crowds, go thrifting instead.
Beacon&rsquos Closet, Crossroads, What Goes Around Comes Around, and Buffalo Exchange are some of NYC&rsquos best thrift shop options.
Photo by Yelp Inc. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
42. Eat chicken and waffles.
New York City has bestowed upon us so many glorious gifts. But the greatest of all? Chicken and waffles &mdash as if it weren&rsquot obvious enough!
Do yourself a favor and make your way to Sweet Chick in Williamsburg for some crazy good chicken and waffles &mdash along with a slew of other delicious comfort food like mac and cheese, shrimp and grits, and crawfish hush puppies! YES.
Photo by Rob Gross
43. Spend time in the Lower East Side.
The traditional home of New York City&rsquos immigrant, blue-collar workers has slowly transformed into one of the city&rsquos hottest culinary destinations, meanwhile still maintaining its rugged, urban charm. In the Lower East Side, you&rsquoll find skateboarders roaming the streets, pop-up restaurants galore, and some of the city&rsquos oldest residents.
44. Watch chaos unfold at Grand Central Station.
Grand Central Station is the busiest train station in the States, but that probably comes as no surprise.
Thousands of people come here daily to take tours, enjoy the station&rsquos 60 different retailers and 35 eateries, and of course, to simply get to where they&rsquore going. As you can imagine, it&rsquos the kind of chaos that makes for great people watching.
9/11 Memorial/Steve Gardner
45. Pay your respects at the 9/11 Memorial.
9/11 still is &mdash and probably always will be &mdash a very sensitive, emotional subject for us all to talk and think about. It&rsquos an important part of our history that we&rsquoll never forget. If you&rsquod like to, you can visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum during your trip to remember what happened that day, learn more about the tragedy, and pay your respects.
Photo by Eric Gross
46. See great street art in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Most people traveling to New York City have never even heard of Bushwick, let alone visited. But they&rsquore missing out! Bushwick, Brooklyn is home to some of the world&rsquos best street art &mdash it&rsquos colorful, inspiring, sometimes downright strange, and seems to never end!
You can take a free Bushwick street art tour, led by a local expert, where you&rsquoll learn about the history of graffiti, see Bushwick&rsquos greatest artwork, and gain a new understanding and appreciation for street art.
47. Attend the New York Food and Wine Festival.
If you love food and wine, then snagging tickets to the annual New York City Food and Wine Festival is a must. This ultimate foodie weekend is your opportunity to mingle with world-renowned chefs and famous food personalities, indulge in hundreds of food and wine tastings, attend exclusive events and parties, and more.
But the best part is that 100% of the proceeds go to two amazing charities: No Kid Hungry and the Food Bank for New York City.
Who wouldn&rsquot want to do that?!
48. Watch The Tonight Show live.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon requires no introduction. Watching a live taping of the show is free, you just need to plan ahead to reserve your tickets! This website explains how and when you can do so.
49. Enjoy the views in DUMBO.
DUMBO provides one of the most iconic and sought-after views in New York City &mdash and for good reason! Why not make a pit stop at Brooklyn Roasting Company and then roam around DUMBO for a while with coffee in hand?
Photo by Robert Young
50. Get your seafood on at Le Bernardin.
Chef Eric Ripert&rsquos three-Michelin-star restaurant, Le Bernardin, is a must for seafood lovers. Here, the seafood is always the star of the plate, and everything is simple, yet elegant and absolutely delicious.
If you can spare $228 (plus more for the wine pairing), definitely splurge on the Chef&rsquos Tasting Menu!
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51. Explore the East Village.
Although the East Village has gone through some extreme changes in the last few decades, there are a few things you can count on: counterculture, great nightlife, amazing coffee, a no-nonsense attitude, and some of the best hotels in town.
During your time in New York City, be sure to spend an evening exploring the East Village. Or better yet, stay there! Between The Standard, The Bowery Hotel, and the Hyatt Union Square, the hotels in East Village are spectacular and provide some of the best guest room views around!
Photo by Lux & Jourik
52. Browse Chelsea&rsquos many art galleries.
Chelsea&rsquos art district is home to hundreds of awesome galleries, making this the perfect outing for art lovers. This article lists a few of the best galleries in the area.
Central Park ice rink/Maciek Lulko
53. Ice skate in Central Park.
During the winter months, you&rsquove got to check this iconic experience off of your New York City Bucket List! Fact: there are few things quite as magical as ice skating in Central Park with your loved ones, with that shining city skyline in the background.
54. Chow down on Indian food at The Masalawala.
Far and away, The Masalawala is the best Indian restaurant in New York City, and you should not leave without eating here. Period.
Even if you think you don&rsquot like Indian food, go here. I promise, you&rsquoll have your mind blown.
Photo by Fuzzy Images
55. Shop in SoHo.
SoHo is one of the city&rsquos best neighborhoods to shop, with offerings to suit anyone&rsquos price range.
Plus, there are tons of coffee shops, juiceries, and pizza places in the area, should you get a craving during your shopping spree!
56. Nab tickets to NYFW.
If you&rsquore into fashion, attending New York Fashion Week is probably a life goal of yours! Next time you&rsquore in New York City &mdash during February or September &mdash make it happen!
This article explains how you can snag those coveted NYFW tickets.
57. Explore European culture at The Met Cloisters.
The Met Cloisters is a branch of The Met, which is &ldquodedicated to the art, architecture, and gardens of medieval Europe.&rdquo Really, you couldn&rsquot ask for a more peaceful place &mdash in the middle of New York City, no less &mdash to appreciate such an interesting part of Europe&rsquos history.
This Skip-the-Line admission ticket to The Met Cloisters also includes same-day access to The Met (see #24 above) and The Met Breuer!
Photo by Michael Muraz
58. Enjoy the views from Brooklyn Bridge Park.
There&rsquos no way I could lea ve the Brooklyn Bridge Park off this New York City Bucket List!
This waterfront park is one of the city&rsquos many parks, perfect for a stroll, picnic, or bike ride. What sets this park apart from the rest, though, is its jaw-dropping views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and beautiful Manhattan.
I could sit there for hours just admiring that stunning vista.
Photo by LWYang
59. Indulge in a cronut at Dominique Ansel Bakery.
This, friends, is where the cronut craze began. And if you haven&rsquot heard, the cronut is Dominique Ansel&rsquos naughty, naughty cross between a doughnut and a croissant. WHAT? Oh, yes.
Just do yourself one favor. Make sure to arrive at Dominique Ansel Bakery when it opens at 8 am, or you&rsquoll wait in line a lot longer than you might like!
Photo by Mattia Panciroli
60. Stop by St. Patrick&rsquos Cathedral.
St. Patrick&rsquos Cathedral on 5th Avenue is regarded as one of the USA&rsquos most beautiful cathedrals. As you stroll down 5th, make sure to stop in and have a look around &mdash or simply admire the structure&rsquos facade from across the street!
Photo by paula soler-moya
61. See the Berlin Wall.
Did you know that five small portions of the Berlin Wall now live throughout New York City? This article lists the five places you can go to admire the wall, its historic significance, and its colorful painted facades!
Photo by Chris Goldberg
62. Drink at (many) rooftop bars.
On a breezy summer afternoon, there&rsquos nowhere I&rsquod rather be than a Manhattan rooftop bar, soaking up the booze and awesome views. This article details some of the city&rsquos best rooftop hangouts!
Photo by Krissa Corbett Cavouras
63. Peruse the Brooklyn Flea.
If you&rsquore looking for some really cool stuff, whether it be clothes, vintage books, awesome artwork, antique furniture, or random trinkets, the Brooklyn Flea is the place to go.
In the warmer months, the market is held outdoors, and in the colder months, it&rsquos held indoors along with Smorgasburg (see #76 below).
Steak for Two by Jun Seita
64. Dine at Peter Luger Steak House.
Photo by Richard Burger
65. Hang out in Williamsburg.
By now, you&rsquove heard of the hipsters, right? Well, this Brooklyn neighborhood is the capital of the hipsters. The new, younger crowd has transformed Williamsburg into a foodie haven and art mecca.
Williamsburg is one of the trendsetting areas of the city, and it&rsquos one of our absolute favorite places to hang out any day or night of the week.
Photo by Steel Wool
66. Savor a slice of New York-style cheesecake.
Right there with pizza, bagels, and pastrami, cheesecake is one of the city&rsquos most iconic bites. You might think you&rsquove had a great slice before, but once you v isit Two Little Red Hens on the Upper East Side, or Eileen&rsquos Special Cheesecake in Nolita, you&rsquoll understand what New York-style cheesecake is really supposed to taste like!
Photo by Garen Meguerian
67. Walk through the Trinity Church Cemetery.
This iconic cemetery is where Alexander Hamilton was laid to rest, along with some of the city&rsquos earliest inhabitants. Settled right in the middle of Wall Street, among the towering skyscrapers, the Trinity Church Cemetery is one of the only remnants of the past that remain in the area.
68. Bike your way around the city.
From late spring to early fall, the best way to get around this massive city is on a bike. And the benefits are endless! You&rsquore exercising, getting a tan, and exploring the city, rather than simply sitting in an old cab or in subway silence.
Really, what mode of transportation tops biking?! Just make sure you watch out for those crazy taxi drivers!
69. Eat a new type of cuisine.
Ethiopian? Trinidadian? Moroccan? Ukrainian? Cuban? Jewish? As one of the most diverse places in the world, you can try pretty much every cuisine in the world within the limits of New York City. That&rsquos just about the coolest thing ever.
So what type of cuisine will you brave next? For us, it&rsquoll probably be Haitian food!
Photo by José Juan &lsquoPotti&rsquo Luna
70. Explore Little Italy.
Hundreds of thousands of Italian immigrants moved into Little Italy during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Nowadays, their legacy lives on in the form of Italian restaurants and specialty stores. Plan your visit around the 11-day San Gennaro festival in September and you&rsquoll get the full Little Italy experience!
71. Attend the Tribeca Film Festival.
Since 2002, the Tribeca Film Festival has b een on a mission to showcase international and artistically adventurous films. Get a pass and experience the best films in the world, among the stars.
Photo by Edsel Little
72. Dine at Blue Hill.
The chef and co-owne r of Blue Hill, Dan Barb er, is the genius who brought the farm-to-table concept to New York City in 2000. He has since become a legend. Seasonal foods from the Blue Hill Farm north of the city, paired with some of the world&rsquos finest wines, make for a dining experience you&rsquoll never forget.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum/Jean-Christophe Benoist
73. Check out the Guggenheim.
The Guggenheim provides one of the world&rsquos best collections of modern and contemporary art. Here, you&rsquoll be able to explore human creativity from civilizations across the world.
You can purchase your skip-the-line access ticket online here!
74. Go out in Koreatown.
Koreatown might be a tiny neighborhood consisting of only a few blocks, but it&rsquos bursting with eclectic Korean culture, loads of restaurants, bars, spas, and karaoke clubs. Before a crazy night out in Koreatown, chow down on Korean barbecue at Jongro BBQ. Then proceed to drink the Korean way (a lot!) and sing your heart out.
Photo by Miguel Cortés
75. Window shop on 5th Avenue.
One of the world&rsquos best, and most expensive, shopping streets is the perfect place to figure out exactly what you want to buy (when you become a billionaire)!
Stores like Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Cartier, and Chanel call this street home, but fear not, because 5th Avenue also features stores for all kinds of shoppers.
Photo by Steel Wool
76. Snack at Smorgasburg.
The warmer months are the best time to visit New York City, for one very important reason! It&rsquos when Smorgasburg, the &ldquolargest weekly open-air food market in America,&rdquo is in full swing.
Located in Williamsburg, this market features some of the city&rsquos absolute best street food from 100 different vendors. I highly advise eating as much as you can at Smorgasburg, from 11 am to 6 pm on weekends.
Photo by Dan Nguyen
77. Go kayaking.
On a warm, sunny day, why not paddle through the city&rsquos waterways to enjoy the sunshine and gorgeous views?
78. Jam at The Governors Ball Music Festival.
Is The Governors Ball Music Festival the Coachella of the east? Or is it secretly even better? In early June, many of the world&rsquos best musicians come together to perform their music, in the sunshine, on an island, with over 50 of the city&rsquos best food vendors.
This should be more than enough to convince you to book your flight and buy your ticket!
Photo by Peter Roan
79. Experience Christmastime in the city.
There&rsquos no place like New York City during Christmastime. Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, you can&rsquot deny the delight of seeing the city aglow and feeling all warm and fuzzy inside, despite the freezing winter air!
80. Bake at a Momofuku Milk Bar Class.
The world-famous Momofuku restaurant family published a cookbook full of their Milk Bar&rsquos legendary recipes. And now, you can learn how to make those recipes first-hand, from the Milk Bar&rsquos top bakers! Cakes and pies are some of the more popular desserts that you can learn to make the m any classes on offer.
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- NYC Neighborhood Guide: Lower East Side
- The Best Coffee Shops in Lower Manhattan
Photo by Tee-tina
81. Try a knish at Yonah Shimmel&rsquos Knish Bakery.
Since 19 10, Yonah Shimmel&rsquos Knish Bakery has been making one of New York City&rsquos favorite Eastern European snacks! In case you don&rsquot know, a knish is deep-fried, baked, or grilled dough stuffed with your choice of fillings &mdash usually cheese, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, or onions.
Okay, the history lesson&rsquos over. Now, go try a knish for yourself.
Photo by Dej611
82. Take a free outdoor yoga class.
Sometimes all you need is a mental break and some exercise. And when you do, New York City has you covered.
This article details some of the places you can find free outdoor yoga throughout the city.
Photo by seaternity
83. Satisfy your chocolate craving at Mast Brothers.
Williamsburg&rsquos famed bean-to-bar chocolate makers, the Mast Brothers, offer all kinds of chocolate bars, from vanilla & salt, smoked maple, and miso & sesame, to classics like milk and dark.
You can visit their Shop and factory to learn all about bean-to-bar craft chocolate making.
84. Brunch. A lot.
Brunch is the most important meal of the day. It&rsquos true! And luckily, there are tons of great brunch spots around the city. A few of our favorites include Sweet Chick, Jack&rsquos Wife Freda, Miss Lily&rsquos, and Clinton Street Baking Company.
Promise us that you&rsquoll brunch, at least once, during your trip?
85. Learn to make pizza.
What better city is there &mdash outside of Italy, of course &mdash to learn how to make pizza? None!
Book your class at Pizza a Casa Pizza School for the city&rsquos ultimate pizza-making experience. After this class, you can impress your friends and family with your excellent pizza-making skills and take a slice of the city with you everywhere you go!
86. Attend a show at the Apollo Theater.
Harlem is the home of African-American culture, and the Apollo Theater is the stage where it&rsquos presented to the world! With a Hall of Fame that includes Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, and James Brown, a ticket to the Apollo Theater is a ticket to watch history in the making. It&rsquos here that some of the world&rsquos greatest African-American performers take the stage, and you won&rsquot want to miss out!
If you want to learn more about Harlem&rsquos music culture, consider taking this Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour.
Photo by tweber1
87. Watch the Macy&rsquos Thanksgiving Day Parade.
2021 will be the 95th Macy&rsquos Thanksgiving Day Parade. Crazy, right? This American tradition continues to grow in popularity and is a yearly tradition in many homes. The parade is truly marvelous, and always includes some of America&rsquos favorite television characters. Yes, I&rsquom talking about you, Kermit the Frog!
88. Relax at the Aire Ancient Baths.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to bathe like the ancient Greeks or Romans? Well, maybe you haven&rsquot. But now that you have, of course you want to try it. Don&rsquot you?!
At Aire Ancient Baths, you can e xperience thermal baths, aromatherapy, and massages, paired with delicious food and wine. Treat yourself!
89. Hail a cab.
You&rsquoll quickly learn that New Yorkers have a love-hate relationship with the city&rsquos cabs, but they rely on them nonetheless. During your trip, you might find yourself in the same situation.
New York City taxis have been glorified by pop culture, so if you haven&rsquot hailed a taxi before on a chaotic New York City street, it&rsquos an experience you should have.
90. Stand on top of the Empire State Building.
From 1931 to 1972, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world, towering 1,250 feet (381 meters) above New York City. Now, the Empire State Building is the 34th tallest structure in the world, but it&rsquos still a great place to catch 360° views of the city!
You can book your tickets to the Empire State Building Observatory here!
91. Watch a basketball game at Rucker Park.
Basketball is king in New York City and streetball, specifically, is like a religion. Rucker Park is the mecca of that religion and ground zero for legends like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Julius Erving, and Wilt Chamberlain. Stop by, and you might just spot basketball&rsquos next superstar!
92. Marvel at the Flatiron Building.
T he Flatiron Building is a New York City landmark, and rightfully so. This steel-framed building has was built in 1902, and since then, its unique and gorgeous architectural design has stolen the hearts of many.
Make sure you don&rsquot leave the city without a shot of the one of the world&rsquos most photographed buildings!
93. Dine at Sushi Nakazawa.
Chef and Owner of Sushi Nakazawa, Daisuke Nakazawa, is one of the most highly acclaimed sushi chefs in the world.
If you appreciate the finer things &ndash detail, precision, incredible service, mystical cocktails, and arguably the best sushi you will ever try &ndash then you can&rsquot miss this place. Reservations can be made 30 days in advance, so don&rsquot wait. Once you&rsquore in, you&rsquoll be at the mercy of the chef with his Omakase-style dining, and 21 courses.
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94. Play ping pong in Bryant Park.
From April to November, Bryant Park has free, state-of-the-art ping pong tables, paddles, and balls available for you and your friends! All you have to do is walk up to the ping post host and reserve your time slot.
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95. Mill about in Chinatown.
Chinatown is one of the few places in the country that feels like you&rsquore actually in another country. Craving hand-pulled noodles? Looking for some exotic Asian produce? Want some boba tea? These are just a few of the activities you can partake in. Ultimately, you&rsquoll experience New York City the way Chinese immigrants do on a daily basis, and you&rsquoll love it.
Just make sure to also experience Flushing, Queens (see #8 above)!
96. Run the New York City Marathon
The New York City Marathon started more tha n 50 years ago, and now draws more than 50,000 participants per year.
If you don&rsquot feel like you&rsquore in marathon shape, then just stop by and be a part of the festivities. The event raises money and awareness for non-profits, so make a point of checking it out!
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97. Ring in a New Year.
Starting off a new year in the greatest city in the world? This is another thing I just couldn&rsquot leave off of this New York City Bucket List. While standing out in the freezing cold for hours to watch the ball drop is questionable, there are hundreds of other epic celebrations happening throughout the city!
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98. Go to Coney Island.
In the summer, Coney Island becomes a hot spot for beachgoers looking to get a tan or cool off in the ocean. But there are plenty of other activities to enjoy, from roller coasters and boardwalk games, ti arcade games, bike riding, and much more. Go and see how New Yorkers and tourists spend their warm summer days!
PS: On the 4th of July, Nathan&rsquos Hot Dogs hosts its annual Hot Dog Eating Contest!
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99. Take in the chaos of Times Square.
If you&rsquore visiting for the first time, there&rsquos almost no way Times Square won&rsquot be on your New York City bucket list. Times Square is one of the most colorful, chaotic, and captivating places in the city, no matter how many times you&rsquove seen it.
The endless stream of bright, flashing billboards, the crazy bustle of tourists, the annoying people trying to hand you flyers and sell you bus tours, and the smells of street food carts, are all part of the experience.
100. Tour the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
First-time visitors to New York City usually wouldn&rsquot dream of missing Lady Liberty and Ellis Island!
If you feel the same, then you can book these tickets, which include a guided tour and entrance to both attractions.
My Whirlwind New York Fashion Week Adventure
Up until a few days ago, Fashion Week was something I’d only seen online, in magazines, and on TV. But recently I had the rare opportunity to travel to NYC to share with you what the magic, energy and visual candy store Fashion Week 2015 is! In one lightning-fast day I travelled with a crew of friends to film interviews, take photos, and generally soak up the fashionable scenery. Let’s go!
A sunrise train departed from our sleepy West Chester, PA station. With me: Russell (Q stylist extraordinaire) and Kaitlin (social media mastermind). We were over-the-top giddy to be on our way!
First stop: The Strand hotel, where awaiting us was Jilian Veran from Laura Gellar Beauty. She worked her magic on me to get my makeup Fashion-Week ready, while Russell worked on my hair. They schooled me all the while on what looks were “it” for Fall/Winter 2015 like bold eye brows, lots of mascara, glossy lips, clean "unmade" skin, and touseled and messy waves. Thanks guys!
After changing into a sleek Dennis Basso lamb leather jacket, we headed up to the rooftop to film. With the Manhattan skyline as our backdrop, I had to take a moment to aknowledge how amazing this day was going to be.
Next, it was time to hit the streets of NYC with our camera crew. Next on the agenda: a visit to Dennis Basso's Madison Avenue flagship boutique for interviews…and a surprise!
After touring the couture wonderland that is the DB studio, we interviewed Dennis about his upcoming runway show. He is seriously one of the hardest working men in fashion!
After a few photos, I joked that it would be a dream come true to try on one of his intricate, deep red couture gowns. Dennis insisted I make that dream a reality right away.
Can I just say I still feel like royalty having donned that masterpiece?? And, it's a color I think you're going to be seeing a LOT more of come winter! Thank you Dennis for turning me (briefly) into Cinderella!
Next it was off to Stan Herman’s Bryant Park Studio, where Fashion Week was born. And did you know Stan himself was the mastermind behind its creation? We spoke with Stan about how Fashion Week was his brainchild, born of the need to put the US on the map as a force in fashion. Decades later, it’s obvious it worked. What a marvel.
With just an hour to go before our train departed back to PA, we jetted off to one of the hundreds of runway shows happening in the heart of NYC. We filmed our farewells outside of the old NYC post office, where Jeremy Scott’s edgy designs were on the runways inside. My head was spinning taking in all the fashionable looks that passers-by were wearing. I’m so inspired to shake up my wardrobe now!
It’s so hard to believe it all happened in the span of about 6 hours! But it couldn’t have happened at all without a rockstar crew of hard working (but crazy fun) professionals. As I hopped back on a train to West Chester, I felt a wave of gratitude and and I real "I LOVE MY JOB" moment!
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Answer 1 of 9: Where is the best place to have an Afternoon Tea in the city of Limerick? Would like to surprise my sister, who has never experienced this tradition. Will be on a Collette Tour in late May, 2015 Afternoon tea is an honorary House tradition. Enjoy a selection of sweet and savoury treats paired with champagne, bespoke cocktails or tea and coffee. Served in our plush Garden and Terrace spaces with stunning views of the River Shannon. Pre-booking essential The Savoy Hotel: Afternoon tea - See 1,492 traveler reviews, 398 candid photos, and great deals for The Savoy Hotel at Tripadvisor Afternoon Tea For Two (€12) or Four (€23) at Miss Marple's Tea Rooms (Up to 56% Off) Vintage style tea rooms Produce made from traditional family recipes Dooradoyle location The Deal Luxurious afternoon tea for two or four Choice of tea or coffee Sandwich selection includes Limerick ham, egg, and watercress, or smoked salmon Includes home-made scones with cream and jam, plus range of light. ,395 traveler reviews, 636 candid photos, and great deals for Limerick Strand Hotel at Tripadvisor
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Afternoon tea for two: Indulge with a scrumptious afternoon tea for two at the 4* Mercure Haydock Hotel. Menu: Tuck into a selection of dainty sandwiches paired with freshly baked scones, and a collection of sweet treats to finish. Prosecco: Make it a sparkling affair with a glass of Prosecco each and make it an afternoon tea you're sure to remember.. Afternoon Tea at Alfies must be pre booked, to make a reservation call us on 066 710 6300 or email [email protected] Times. Bookings. Prices. from 2.30pm-5pm daily. Bookings for Afternoon Tea are. essential. MAKE A RESERVATION. Afternoon Tea: €23pp Browse Britain's premier Afternoon Tea Guide to find and book your perfect Afternoon Tea experience, including 5-star hotels in London and exclusive deals
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Afternoon Tea is served daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm, and 7.30pm. Priced at £55 for adults and £35 for children (including Value Added Tax at the prevailing rate at the time of payment). From 1st October 2021, the price will be £60 for adults. The Ritz prides itself in delivering the highest of service standards, therefore, we. The Clayton Hotel Cardiff offers one of the best afternoon tea deals in Cardiff. At such a great price our afternoon tea is the best guilt-free choice for a well-deserved treat after a day out shopping, a celebration, or even a romantic day date. Whatever the occasion, you will be able to experience the best afternoon tea in Cardiff Afternoon tea deals in Scotland. No matter your preference, you will find an afternoon tea deal to suit you on 5pm. Our site is very easy to use too you can purchase your afternoon tea vouchers on the spot then arrange a suitable time to indulge. When looking for afternoon tea deals in Scotland, 5pm should always be your first stop 39% OFF. Afternoon tea box for two £3 delivery fee. Delivered Homemade Afternoon Tea with Optional Bubbles for Two or Four from Applebys Home Made (Up to 36% Off) Duos can indulge themselves with a homemade afternoon tea including scones, finger sandwiches and cake with optional Prosecco. Online Deal Afternoon tea is given a healthy-ish - but no less delicious - twist at Póg. In their busy Tara Street branch, their vegan menu forgoes the sandwich/scone combo for dainty portions of vegan.
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£12.75 per person. For a traditional Cream Tea, enjoy our handmade fruit scones with homemade jam and clotted cream along with a choice of our teas The Delaunay is, unequivocally, the best value afternoon tea to be had in London. Swing by its wood-panelled, Grand Café-inspired dining room and pick sandwiches and pastries à la carte, or settle in for the whole triple-storeyed extravaganza, piled with Viennese cakes and their famous gugelhupf - traditional poppy seed-sprinkled sponge cakes that are much less intimidating than scones. Created by the Pastry team and served daily in either the majestic surroundings of Céleste or the elegant Withdrawing Room, the Peggy Porschen Afternoon Tea at The Lanesborough is an occasion to be treasured. The menu is presented in Peggy's signature pastel hues adorned with floral features and vegetarian and vegan options, as well as a children's menu, are also available Choose from the options below: Option 1: Afternoon tea for 2 people for AED 49. Option 2: Afternoon tea for 4 people for AED 95. Option 3: Afternoon tea for 6 people for AED 142. Deal includes: - Tea. - Savouries. - Selection of pastries, desserts and sandwiches
Afternoon Tea i Soho. Carnaby Brasserie ligger inne i det mysiga hotellet Courthouse Hotel. Det är enkelt att hitta, bara ca 4 minuters promenad från tunnelbanestationen Oxford Circus. Här serveras smörgåsar, lax, färskost, hembakade scones, clotted cream och marmelad, kakor och bakverk och självklart te och kaffe Te, kakor, champagne, mackor och bakverk. Att avnjuta en klassisk afternoon tea är nästan ett måste vid ett besök i London, där traditionen funnits sedan 1800-talet. Här är 10 favoriter
The afternoon tea package was a very welcome interruption to a busy Friday at work. Not only was the presentation, layout and packaging beautiful, it was also very well thought out. The perfect selection of sandwiches and cakes. It was delivered directly to our doors, all very efficient and convenient Afternoon Tea packages are also available and served from 3pm to 6pm from Monday to Saturday. Why not call us on 061 331133 or alternatively email us at [email protected] and a member of our conference and banqueting staff will be delighted to assist you with your enquiry. We look forward to welcoming you at the Kilmurry Lodge Hotel Tea Limericks Here's some tea limericks, just for fun! Green tea. There once was a lad from Killarney Who suddenly lost all his blarney But Gunpowder Green tea. For breakfast, then he Soon swooned all the babes who weren't barmy. Lu'an melon seed tea is a treat For afternoon tea. Take a seat! Have hot scones and jam Or cream cheese and ha
If you have a special occasion coming up or want to treat loved ones, our Signature Afternoon Tea is the perfect choice. Our Takeaway Afternoon Tea is placed on a four-tiered caddy, featuring sweet and savoury treats and an elegant dessert selection curated by our Pastry Chef Pablo Fernando. Pre-order is essential, call 01 610 6261 to boo Afternoon tea. Finger sandwiches Cream cheese & cucumber, Tuna & sweetcorn, Coronation chicken, Egg mayonnaise & cress. A homemade scone Plain or fruit scone with strawberry preserve and clotted cream. Cakes Carrot cake Lemon drizzle Chocolate brownie. Earl grey, Breakfast Tea, and sugar. £16.00pp for Afternoon Tea in a box (no crockery
With our Afternoon Tea deals offering a fantastic range of finger cut sandwiches, scones, cream, jam and pastries - what's not to love? Book Afternoon Tea deals and great hotels with myhotelbreak. Booking our hotels has never been easier. No matter the type of Afternoon Tea deal you're looking for, we will strive to meet your needs Enjoy an Afternoon Tea at Seamill Hydro. Afternoon Tea includes: A selection of freshly made sandwiches Homemade plain scone served with freshly whipped cream and strawberry preserveA selection of mini patisserieOne individual pot of tea or a coffee from our coffee selection per person Afternoon Tea is served daily form 2.30pm - 5pm Please advise of any dietary requirements when bookin House Limerick. 16,235 likes · 153 talking about this · 18,436 were here. At House, we specialise in delivering exceptional service. Our beautiful spaces allow for you to come and social dine with.. 7. Floral Afternoon Tea @ The Shelbourne, Dublin City Centre. Continuing in its tradition of exquisitely themed afternoon teas, this summer The Shelbourne adds a sweetly seasonal Floral Afternoon Tea to the menu, available daily in the Lord Mayor's Lounge until the end of September 2017
Answer 1 of 6: Unfortunately they are fully booked for the next 2 weekends. I want a good setting :( What other options are around bewteen Ennis & Limerick? (this is a cross post - I posted in Ennis page too Enjoy a glass of bubbly in relaxed vintage surroundings! For something extra special *upgrade(€1 supp) to our prosecco cocktail range, choose from Bellini, Rossini or our extra special wild hibiscus flower prosecc Afternoon tea : The Savoy Hotel - See 1,492 traveller reviews, 398 photos, and cheap deals for The Savoy Hotel at Tripadvisor. Limerick Tourism Limerick Accommodatio Afternoon Tea! : The Savoy Hotel - See 1,492 traveller reviews, 398 photos, and cheap deals for The Savoy Hotel at Tripadvisor
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Vintage Afternoon Tea at The Ashe We hope to take bookings for Afternoon Tea at the Ashe in the New Year. We have taken the ever popular Afternoon Tea and given it our own unique vintage twist to make it the perfect 'Ladies Day Out' experience for you and your gang of girls Bunratty Castle Hotel, Bunratty, Co. Clare, Ireland. +353 (0)61 478 700 +353 61 364 89 Afternoon Tea is served daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm, and 7.30pm. Priced at £55 for adults and £35 for children (including Value Added Tax at the prevailing rate at the time of payment). From 1st October 2021, the price will be £60 for adults
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This Limerick City boutique hotel expertly blends casual style, personable and professional service with an emphasis on local. Situated in the medieval quarter of Limerick City the hotel is only minutes' walk away from classic landmarks such as King John's Castle , the Hunt Museum , Limerick Milk Market , Thomond Park and many other Limerick attractions Indulge yourself with luxury Afternoon Tea in the Glendevon, where you'll enjoy a seasonal selection of pastries, cakes and savoury dishes, with views over Scottish lawns as finely cut as our sandwiches. ☏ 01764 694270
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Afternoon Tea and Leisure Access with Optional Fizz for Two or Four at Hilton Hotel Glasgow (Up to 53% Off) Enjoy access to a four-star hotel's leisure facilities followed by an afternoon tea served with a selection of sweet and savoury tidbit Our luxury hotel in Limerick offers a wide variety of rooms, from Executive Suites, Junior Suites to Luxury Family Rooms. Each bedroom is individually and uniquely designed with no extravagance spared for the discerning guest. We are constantly refurbishing and updating all the bedrooms in the hotel Now added to the list is a wonderful overnight stay in the Limerick Strand Hotel, complete with breakfast, afternoon tea for two, welcome cocktail and dinner In the Terrace bar and restaurant. An award- winning four star hotel, located on O'Callaghan Strand in the heart of Limerick city, the Limerick Strand has views of The River Shannon and every landmark in the historical Afternoon tea only menu is subject to change. Vegetarian and gluten / wheat free options are available. Please advise restaurant at time of booking. Includes a 125ml glass of bubbly each alcohol cannot be replaced with a soft drink. Wheelchair access available. Children permitted Castletroy Park Hotel Suites, Castletroy Bild: Savory sandwiches on afternoon tea - Kolla in Tripadvisor-medlemmarnas 562 bilder och videoklipp från Castletroy Park Hotel Suite
Maybe you're looking for afternoon tea and bubbly at a 5-star London hotel. Perhaps you'd prefer tea with a view in the Lake District. Or maybe you just want to find the nearest place that has a deal on tea, cakes and sandwiches. Quality is everything -- at Travelzoo we only recommend deals we would be happy to book ourselves The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Limerick is 10 minutes outside the city centre, in 20 acres of parkland. Enjoy a scenic retreat with beautiful views of the Woodcock Mountains. Our Limerick hotel is also close to the area's historical sites, like Bunratty Castle and King John's Castle. Shannon Airport (SNN) is just 10 kilometres away Check out these Star Deals and make your online restaurant booking now (all prices per person). Great John Street Hotel Traditional Afternoon Tea £23. Inside an eclectic town house in Manchester is Afternoon Tea at Great John Street Hotel
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An Afternoon Tea high up in the sky, 20 Stories offers a number of different options suited to different tastes - including a classic sandwich selection, an Afternoon Tea packed out with tiers of tasty sweet treats (that look as good as they taste), and a scone selection - again, replicating the traditional Afternoon Tea In the evenings, our menu is casual but will be packed with popular dishes such as Steaks, Fish, Curries & Pastas , The atmosphere is welcoming and buzzing with Locals dining also which is a great sign the food is good. This friendly Limerick hotel Bar/Dining area promises to serve great food with a warm welcome Dagens limerick utspelar sig i Ön, en liten ort utanför Piteå. Där kan man, ostraffad av språkpolisen, säga att man befinner sig i Ön, hur fel det än låter. Huvudpersonen i dagens limerick är djupt kristen, vilket förklarar hennes genuint altruistiska önskemål till himlarnas patriark. En kvinna med säte i Ön
Please note, for the month of December, afternoon tea will be served from 3.30pm every day. Gift Cards A popular present for any occasion, discover our selection of Gift Cards and E-Vouchers, including those for Afternoon Tea and Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Wolseley located on London's iconic Piccadilly Afternoon Tea med Champagne Njut av en traditionell Afternoon Tea i Homage Restaurant i hotell Waldorf Hilton. Du serveras fingersmörgåsar med rökt lax, skinka och senap, ägg och vattenkrasse, tomat och ost, hembakta scones med clotted cream samt marmelad, hemgjorda bakverk och ett utbud av de finaste tesorterna. Adress: Aldwych, London
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Please be advised that our Afternoon Tea offering is currently not available. For over 150 years Afternoon Tea has related to London. Now you can indulge in this very British tradition at the Clayton Hotel City of London in the centre of the city, served in the beautiful surroundings of the Grill Restaurant.. Combine this with the unique bespoke interior of the hotel and the vibe of the East.