Wedding photographers Leila and David of LL Style Photo share their tips for couples looking to elope in New York City - from choosing a beautiful ceremony spot to picking the perfect time of day.
You don’t need to have princess delusions to want your wedding to be incredibly special. Here's everything you need to know about planning a small stylish wedding in NYC.
Who needs Santorini when you’ve got the Hudson River? City Winery opens up its latest wine bar, City Vineyard, on Pier 26.
Celebrate summer (and cure those Brexit blues) with a toast to some of Europe’s most beloved cocktails, including the English Shandy.
Head to this chic new tiki bar in the East Village and sip on lush cocktails that'll make that stagnant NYC air feel like a gentle tropical breeze.
Walking into Mr. Donahue’s feels like walking into your grandma’s (*very stylish*) dining room in Brooklyn. Not only because this new Nolita diner-slash-restaurant is about the same size, but also because of all the lovely little details.
Hipster succulents, flat whites and ricotta hotcakes...it was a PEAR-fect Sunday brunch at the new Two Hands restaurant in Tribeca.
From fresh croissants to croque monsieurs, let your inner Francophile revel at Le District in Battery Park City's new Brookfield shopping center.
With Labor Day upon us - which for many means fewer three-day weekends and more layers of clothing - let’s remember that it’s still technically summer for a couple of more weeks. So if you’re looking for that Montauk vibe without having to trek all the way out east, check out these NYC spots and grab hold of the last days of the season, like it’s a fisherman’s beard.
It’s back to school season and many parents with dreams of starhood are registering their kids for dance class, just as my mom once did. Not all will go on to become professional dancers, but the lessons they’ll learn will undoubtedly extend well beyond the mirrored studio.
Last Saturday, as the world’s top cyclists set out to tackle L’Alpe d’Huez – one of the toughest stages of the famous Tour de France race – I set out on my own tour that required a very different set of wheels. My friends AnnMarie and Jen grew up in the southern part of Brooklyn (Mill Basin and Bay Ridge, to be exact) and decided, as a throwback to their high school days, to take a few of us on a summer food tour of their part of the borough...
Marcel Proust wrote: “the real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” Although this was my high school yearbook quote, I didn’t truly grasp the meaning until years later.