11.09.2012

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:

SHOP
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. 

EAT
Hearth
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.

SIP
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. 

SLEEP
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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