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My midtown restaurant is perfect for a luxurious dinner before a night on the town.
Blue Ribbon is my pick for late night food, if sushi after midnight is your bag.
Blue Ribbon is where to go for a late night meal.
Amy Sacco. 'Nuff said. (For the uninitiated: this is the NYC's nightlife queen, owner of the legendary Bungalow 8 and Lot 61.)
In Tribeca, the Greenwich Hotel has a great pool, the restaurant Locanda Verde with chef Andrew Carmelini, and a great courtyard for lunch.
I love hotels that have a comfortable feel, lighting, lobby culture, excellent food and a wine list. I love the Mercer because the lobby is amazing. Juice is by Organic Avenue and the food by Jean-Georges Vongerichten is great.
The same owners as Indochine. It's a lil off the radar. Relatively speaking.
Great view, great cocktails. You can have a conversation and also a boogie.
Amazing for house, dance, and electronica music. Only go if you wanna dance - this is not a table service venue.
As Jay-Z said in his songs, "If I'm not at Butter I'm at 1 OAK" and "started off at The Darby ended up at 1 OAK." It's the only club in NYC that doesn't pigeonhole itself into one specific genre of music and crowd. Very much a place where all the night crawlers end up after 2am.