Little Black Tour Book . . .

Here's November's LBTB full of fall favorites.
Haven't posted one of these in a while!

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

Brian Atwood
This is for all you shoe lovers around the city. Just recently our favorite model-turned-shoe-designer, Brian Atwood, opened his first stand alone store - selling both Brian Atwood and the more moderately priced B Brian Atwood. Located on Madison Avenue, this is a like high heel heaven, where the store is just as beautiful as each pair of strappy stilettos - think mirrored walls, marbled floors, velvet seats. You'll feel just as glam shopping for these shoes as you do wearing them. 

One of my all time favorite seasonal menus. Admittedly I have a friend with connections here but still, this East Village restaurant is the ultimate in fall indulgence. Appropriately named, Hearth is warm and welcoming and perfect for a chilly November evening. The food, contemporary American with hints of Italian influence, is consistently delicious, always fresh, and expertly prepared. Fall dinner must-haves: Warm Autumn Vegetables, Gnocchi, and Apple Cider Doughnuts. Yum.

This is the perfect bar for a cozy night of creative drinks and candlelight, just make sure you have a  reservation. Famed for it's simple interior and crafty cocktails, Milk & Honey serves up some of the best drinks in the city. If you're looking for something to warm your bones, I recommend the Hot Buttered Rum with honey, unsalted butter and tons of flavorful fall spices. Be warned: If you're an only-vodka drinker this is not the place for you - they don't serve it. 

Situated on a quiet, cobble stoned street in Soho, The Crosby Hotel boasts spacious and beautifully designed rooms. Pairing service and comfort with British luxury, this hotel is always a fabulous downtown stay. Plus the bar and restaurant area is a total hot spot where the Soho scene likes to socialize among the chic surroundings. 

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