Upper East Side
New Yorkers and visitors alike will now have a chance to shop cozy—yet stylish—cashmere when Brora opens up its first NYC location November 11.
Last week I had lunch at The Bar Room, a fairly recent addition to the Upper East Side/Midtown area with a historic feel.
Henry Clay Frick really loved art—so much so that he started an impressive collection in his Upper East Side home, which you can still view today at The Frick Collection museum.
Recently opened churrascaria Texas de Brazil on the Upper East Side boasts eateries throughout the country.
Neue Galerie New York feels more like a breathtaking home with a massive art collection rather than a typical museum.
Recently, I visited two brunch spots along Second Avenue: UES mainstay Spigolo and newcomer The Gilroy.
The Upper East Side's BoutiqueBody+ is essentially a one-stop shop for almost any and every beauty treatment imaginable.
Celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, Tender Buttons calls the Upper East Side home and definitely does not sell zippers.
Find upscale French food on the Upper East Side at Le Périgord. The restaurant features elegant décor and warm lighting. Mirrors, booth seating and small sculptures surround the spacious dining room. I visited recently to try a few appetizers and was seated in their private back room, which can be rented out for small parties.
One of my favorite desserts is a doughnut, especially when they’re made well and with an interesting flavor. The Upper East Side’s new doughnut bakery Dough Loco does just that. When I tried one a few weeks ago, I had to wait in a long line, but these fluffy and fresh pastries were completely worth it. I tried two creatively flavored doughnuts: maple-miso and raspberry-siracha.