Little Black Tour Book . . .

I know, I know I'm a day late. I'm sorry, crazy week!
But here's your LBTB for the month of March.

Click the links below to be directed to each pick's site. 

ABC Carpet is my idea of interior design perfection. Just a few minutes walking throughout the store, and you'll instantly be inspired to redo your entire apartment. Every pillow, chandelier, table cloth, and coffee mug is the epitome of taste. If you're thinking of redecorating, ABC Carpet should be one of your first stops. It's also worth mentioning that they sell a wonderfully delicate and unique collection of handmade jewelry, which I always stop to admire when visiting this store.

Dinner at Soccarat Paella Bar is like taking a trip to Madrid for the night. With two locations in the city, one in Chelsea, the other in NoLita, this restaurant offers the comfort and liveliness of a typical dinner in Spain paired with the ambiance and food level of a trendy New York eatery. Whether you're going with a date or for a celebration, Soccarat is a fantastic place for a fun and absolutely delicious dinner. Order a bottle of red, a few tapas for the table, a Soccarat Paella to share, and you can't go wrong. 

Ring the buzzer to be greeted by a keen host who'll let you know when your table will be ready. Once inside you'll be utterly charmed by the deep velvet and dark wood that takes you directly back to a nineteen-twenties speakeasy. Every detail of this bar is perfectly attended to and the drinks are divinely creative, top notch. Sitting in the plush Parlor couches, holding a Ritz Champagne Cocktail at Raines Law Room is about as civilized as it gets. 

Chic and sophisticated, The London NYC is the ultimate cosmopolitan hotel. With Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay's culinary team heading the hotel's restaurants and bar, you'll be sure to experience the best of the best. Super luxe and located in the heart of Manhattan, this modern hotel offer spacious accommodations, attentive service, and a convenient location.
(Resident Tourist Bonus: the Manolo Blahnik store is just two doors away). 

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