A blog about things to eat, drink, photograph and enjoy in NYC. Through a designers eye.
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Lucky Dog is dim lights, great beer for cheap, patio, occasional live music and sometimes there’s a free food table. oh and it’s DOG-FRIENDLY.
303 Bedford Ave
(between 2nd St & 1st St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Area: Williamsburg - South Side
via James Taylor
Bit of a specialist one this, but with a best mate and a future sister in law suffering from wheat intolerance I am always on the look out for good gluten free places. In the heart of Greenwich Village Risotteria has all the Italian staples you would expect, minus the wheat.
270 Bleecker Street,
between 6th / 7th aves. NYC.
Lovely studio flat for holiday rentals in Brooklyn on Airbnb. Thanks to Tom Kidd for the tip off.
Designed by Roman & Williams this hotel features a lobby with salvaged paneling from a Park Avenue apartment and rehabbed vintage furniture. Each room has a piece of original art and is designed so it is hard to place the period the furniture is from.
Perfect for graphic designers to sleep in.
Thanks to Tom Rogers for the tip off
20W 29TH STREET
NEW YORK CITY, NY 10001
An art exhibition meets shop at Kiosk as you can buy the objects the proprietors have collected on their travels. A new theme every 6 months throws up some great objects to look at and buy.
One of the last places where you can spin records from the vinyl jukebox in NYC. This place does cajun food and cocktails.
Via Dan Witchell
“The storefront, open on weekends to the public, presents a constantly re-imagined group show of artwork, objects, collections and ideas generated by an ever changing cast of collaborators.”
Via Dan Witchell