It;s the most fashionable time of year as New York Fashion Week starts, the streets will be filled with Influencers, Models & Editors in a scurry, even more than usual. We've compiled the best places to grab a bite between the shows. Here are our best places to be see and be seen during NYFW.
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Additionally, guests are welcome to access the Park South Hotel library as a recharge lounge during fashion week. The Park South Hotel library was curated by cult favorite culinary bookshop Kitchen Arts & Letters, and features cozy armchairs, an indoor fireplace, outlets for guests to charge devices.
Located at 124 E 28th St, New York, NY 10016
MIFUNE New York will be offering a Secret Fashion Week only menu for $65, which will feature seven courses with selections such as Chilled Sugar Snap and Clam Flan, Miso Cod En Parmesan Croute and Prime Black Angus Mignon. Be sure to ask your waiter for the Special Fashion Week Menu!
Located at 245 E 44th St, New York, NY 10017
At The Usual, famed chef Alvin Cailan (of LA’s Eggslut and Complex’s The Burger Show) showcases his Filipino-inspired approach to American comfort food. Known as the king of burgers, Cailan serves up his fan-favorite The Usual Burger with double patties, American cheese, grated tomato, red onion, garlic aioli, as well as a dedicated Late Night Burger Happy Hour after 10pm where guests can try 6 different types of burgers and ½ priced bottles of wine. This New York Fashion Week, Cailan is offering a late night special (after 10pm) to satisfy those post-show hunger pangs – The Usual Burger + a glass of Gamay for $25.
Located at 30 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012
Leonelli Taberna and Benno
in honor of NYFW, The Evelyn Hotel is featuring The Pink Tuxedo at Leonelli Taberna and Benno from Sept. 9-18. The Pink Tuxedo consist of Azteca Azul Tequila, Amara Bitter Orange Amaro, Pamplemousse Rose and Prosecco to top for $16.
Helmed by renowned Chef Jonathan Benno, both restaurant concepts are located in the landmarked Evelyn Hotel in NoMad and offer two different styles of dining depending on the night out you’re looking for. Leonelli Taberna is a Roman-inspired trattoria, cocktail bar, and lounge, while Benno is Chef’s fine dining concept, highlighting the best of Mediterranean cuisine.
Located at 7 E 27th St, New York, NY 10016
An urban oasis sets an ambitious standard for modern Japanese cooking. The world-renowned chef showcases exhilarating interpretations of Japanese food in a sleek breathtaking space architect Tadao Ando built as a respite from the non-stop chaos of New York City.
Located at 88 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011
For another quick bite head to Areppas, which offers wholesome Venezuelan dishes for any meal of the day. Whether you’re a strict vegan diet or a carnivore, Areppas has menu items to satiate any craving. The fast-casual experience combined with thoughtfully homemade food made with all natural ingredients will nourish your belly and feed your mind.
Located at 954 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10022
the stylish and colorful new Middle Eastern restaurant (opened this past May) located in NoLita between Prince and Spring right by a bunch of the shows. Just in time for Fashion Week: Avocado Pita, a new take on Avocado Toast with Persian cucumber, radish, red onion, lemon vinaigrette, tahini, umbah, zhoug and basil. It will be available all month long. Plus, the restaurant’s design aesthetic makes it an ideal spot for Fashion Week enthusiasts.
Located at 227 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012
Guests can indulge in David Burke’s Nauti Oysters, freshly shucked Cape Cod oysters spritzed with Nautical American Gin, which has an oceanic aroma with hints of pepper, lemongrass and grapefruit. Chef Burke also dresses with oysters in a Gin Mignonettetopped with crushed pistachios. A meal as fashionable as it's guests.
Located at 135 E 62nd St, New York, NY 10065