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    Where to Eat

    Reminiscent of a Parisian Bistro, eat here with the Madison Avenue set. Talking with the waiter I found out many items in the restaurant actually come straight from Paris. Pomme Frites & and the typical French fare are on the menu but save room for dessert, the profiteroles are more than amazing. Go 2 hours before close for a more casual feel.  

    Balthazar

    80 Spring St, New York, NY 10012

    The Rainbow room is maybe the most beautiful restaurant in Manhattan.No I'm making a statement. It is the only restaurant in New York that matters. Purchase your reservation online & get ready for the Sunday brunch of your life. They have food from all over the world & they even have a live Jazz band all with the most beautiful view of the greatest city in the world. Skip the Top of the Rock exhibit & eat here. Its only open a few times during the year, so eat at the Bar Sixtyfive in the meantime to have some delicious food & drinks and get the best views of the city. Go just before sunset for the best feel. 

    The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center 

    30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor, New York, NY 10112

    Baccarat Hotel is a gorgeous hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Baccarat is known for their exquisite glassware they as well as their infamous restaurant in Paris. Make reservations for lunch in their Grand Salon or go a little later & have a drink at their "bar". Order a glass of rose for me.

    Grand Salon at The Baccarat Hotel

    28 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

    Indochine has been featured in many movies & TV shows & for fashion Designers, models, & the fashion pack this restaurant is a go to. My waiter was a model that booked her first job! If you're stuck on what to order I'd go for the chilean sea bass & fried rice. Tres Chic & Tres Delicious. 

    Indochine

    430 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003

    There's literally an endless amount of places to eat in NYC. New York City is one of the few places in the world where you can literally get any ethnicity of food you want at the drop of a hat. You can eat pizza & fried chicken in Brooklyn, a Halal Lamb Gyro in Times Square & Lobster on Park Avenue all in the same day. If I were you though I'd skip the Pizza and splurge on sunday brunch at the Rainbow Room its totally worth it. Here's a short list of where to kickstart your eating tour of the Big Apple. 

    Other Places to Check Out (don't forget to make a reservation)

     

    The Palm Court at the Plaza
    Todd English Food Hall at The Plaza
    The BG at Bergdorf Goodman
    Have Lunch at Tiffany's Blue Box Cafe (Have fun getting a reservation though on Resy lol)

    Dirty French at The Ludlow Hotel
    Le Goulue 
    The Meatball Shop (the LES location)
    Fred's at Barney's
    State Grill & Bar at The Empire State Building
    The Bull & Bear at The Waldorf Astoria

    Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse

    21 Club

    Lucali  (Make sure to get there by 3 to stand in line to get a table)

    The Flower Shop

    The Aviary at The Mandarin Oriental

     

    Photos by J.Montrice