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New York City

Avalon Hotel
Blocks away from the Empire State Building, a boutique hotel on 32rd street.
Bemelman's Bar
Located at the Carlyle on the Upper East Side, stop in for live jazz, iconic New York City atmosphere with the artist of famed children's book series Madeline,Ludwig Bemelmans', illustrations on the walls.
Bryant Park
A prime location situated behind New York City's famed public library and a block away from Grand Central Station. Yoga in the park in the summer - don't forget!
Buvette
A Parisian bistro in NYC. Oh, and look for Buvette in Paris as well! Petite, cozy, and delicious.
Central Park
From the beautiful Bow Bridge, the tucked away Shakespearean Garden and endless running, biking and walking paths, find something new each time you visit.
Dream Dry
Founded by Rachel Zoe, schedule a blow-out and look great for whatever your schedule demands.
Drybar
A blow-out salon with two locations in the city. Easy to schedule and individually selected styles. Oh, and enjoy a mimosa while you wait.
Eataly
Italophiles (is that a word??), go here, now. Everything involving food and Italy in the Flatiron District.
Hudson Hotel
A mid-town contemporary hotel. Small, but stylish rooms.
Il Gattopardo
Classic italian cuisine located in a tucked away location behind MoMA. Don't miss this experience.
Le Colonial
A French-Vietnamese restaurant with superb service in mid-town Manhattan.
Le District
Travel to France without leaving New York City. The food, the restaurants, the bars. Vive la France!
Levain Bakery
The cookies! Oh my goodness. In a tiny Upper West Side location, look for the blue sign and be prepared to melt in deliciousness.
Magnolia Bakery
Yep, that Magnolia Bakery as seen in SATC. Light and fluffy cupcakes and Carrie Bradshaw's brownstone just around the corner.
Maison Kayser
An artisan Parisian boulangerie in NYC. One location by Bryant Park and the Public Library and nine others around the city.
Museum of Modern Art
Visit the 4th and 5th floors, which are my favorite – Seurat, Picasso, Monet.
New York City Public Library
Where the lions are on guard (Patience and Fortitude) – work in the reading room, take a free tour and then have lunch in Bryant Park.
NYC Airporter
Offering $14 fares (shuttle bus) to and from JFK and LGA to Penn Station and Grand Central.
Pearl Oyster Bar
The Lobster Roll you'll never forget, enjoy one in the petite dining area or at the bar in the West Village.
Salon de Ning
Rooftop lounge above the Peninsula Hotel on 5th and 55th. Amazing city views.
Sarabeth's
Many locations await your patronage, but my favorite is Central Park South. Ideal for breakfast and brunch.
The Metropolitan Museum
Nestled into Central Park, tour the endless rooms and the fashion exhibits as well. And cap off your visit with a cocktail on the roof overlooking the park.
The Paris Theater
Foreign films in the city – French, Italian especially – a delightful respite in mid-town.
Zabar's
Remember "You've Got Mail"? On the Upper West Side, this petite grocery store is a mecca gourmet and kosher offerings.