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Berry Trifle Recipe

Just because we’re celebrating in smaller numbers this year doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate in big, extravagant fashion when it comes to the food we’re serving. Our Berry Trifle with Vanilla Cream is a showstopper, both in its dramatic colorful presentation and its deliciousness. It’s the type of dessert that you can leave out while playing board games next to the fire and there won’t be leftovers. It’s sorta healthy. Sorta. We first heard of a trifle on an episode…
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Best of NYC

The Ned Opens in NYC

The Soho House for grown-ups has arrived in New York City. And we’re not being facetious either; The Ned is literally the older version of the Soho House portfolio. In lieu of the average age 20-somethings, the Ned’s more about the 30-somethings and up, with an emphasis on and up. But it’s not lacking one ounce of cool. Meet The Ned Founded by Soho House CEO Nick Jones, The Ned is a members-only, one-stop shop for lodging, socializing, working, and…
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Best Of The Best

Art Experiences in New York City

We got the Met, the Whitney, the Guggenheim. It could be a mic drop from there. But those big names are just the tip of the iceberg in New York City’s art scene. This fall, we’re looking at some of the other exhibition spaces that are presenting the best art experiences in NYC. David Zwirner David Zwirner is one of the biggest galleries, not just in New York, but in the entire world. They have locations all over the globe…
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Art Experiences NYC
Style

Best of Beauty in NYC

You’ve come off a big summer of travel in which you pretty much made up for lost time over the past two years. But, with all that travel, you could use some maintenance. Here’s your bible for the best beauty treatments in NYC. First, we start on the surface for the best facial, massage, hair cut and color, and nails. Then we dig deeper, moving on to skin practitioners that you’ll wan’t to have on speed dial. Get your glow…
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Best of Beauty in NYC
Celebrity Travel

Jay-Z and Bey Take NYC

When you think of the biggest celebs in New York, there’s tough competition. You’ve got your billionaires, like Bezos, Tisch, Rockefeller. Then you’ve got your celebs; outside of LA, NYC has the highest concentration. But we couldn’t think of anyone bigger than Jay-Z and Bey. This is where to find Bey and Jay in NYC. Hudson Clearwater Restaurant If you’re important enough to get a dinner reservation at Hudson Clearwater, it might bother you when the hostess comes up to…
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Jay Z and Bey NYC
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The Best of NYC Restaurants

There’s nothing like the energy of New York after Labor Day weekend. The city is charged and everyone is ready to go. You’re back on your circuit of lunches at Milos, dinner at The Grill, and, if you’re lucky, drinks at the new Aman. The glamour is back in the city, and it’s better than ever. So in honor of the greatest city in the world, we have the best restaurants in NYC, which are reason one million and one…
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New York City

The Nines – A NYC Jazz Club

When a places calls itself The Nines, you expect a spot that is decked out. That’s exactly what The Nines delivers — in the form of a damn sexy NYC jazz club and piano bar. Think of it as the Bemelmans of downtown. If the address looks familiar, it’s because this is the old ACME space. But there’s no trace of Southern food here. Instead, expect extremely attractive people noshing on caviar. Overview The Nines brings back dressing for dinner…
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Founder's Note

Welcome Back New York

As I write this, I’m sadly not back in NYC yet, but there’s no reason to cry for me Argentina. I’m in Corsica for a friend’s wedding, then heading to my favorite hotel for a few days. But my head is back to business, just like the theme of our first September issue: NYC. No matter where I travel, New York will always be the center of my universe. The NYC September Issue There’s nothing like NYC in the month…
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Hello New York Founder's Note
New York City

Tokyo Record Bar

This isn’t a new restaurant, but oldies and goodies need love, too. It’s also a cool concept that pairs your seven-course meal with your favorite song — played on vinyl, no less. That’s legit. The courses can range from caviar sushi to fried monkfish, but all are bites made with care. And even better is the cost of the tasting menu: $65, not $250. Overview Tokyo Record Bar is the sister restaurant of Air’s Champagne Parlor and dinner party concept…
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Tokyo Record Bar
Celebrity Travel

Celebs in the Hamptons 2022

It’s been another epic summer in the Hamptons. We know the place is a playground for the rich and famous, everyone here seems just like us. They go to the farmstand for corn; to the Starbucks on Main Street for coffee; and out for a slice of za and ice cream in Sag Harbor. Here’s where the celebs in the Hamptons were spotted this year out East. The Spot: Michael Rubin’s 4th of July White Party This July 4th was…
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Celebs in the Hamptons 2022
Recipes, FOOD

Cavaniola’s Crab Cake

We really like our seafood, especially our crab. In particular, our crab cakes. So it’s not lightly that we’re throwing this out there: the best crab cake of your life is at a cheese shop in Sag Harbor. Cavaniola’s, a place where there are no price tags (just hefty totals at the cash register), has perfected the perfect cake. This is the recipe, for you to recreate year round. Cavaniola’s Crab Cake Yields six 4oz crab cakes Ingredients 1 pound…
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