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Insight Vacations: Spain and Portugal (Part Two)
Travel in style with Insight Vacations on the Iberian Peninsula, leaving the driving and planning to the company's consummate pros. Relax and soak up the splendor, savoring the exotica and glories of Spain and Portugal, from Lisbon to Seville.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Insight Vacations: Spain and Portugal (Part One)
Travel in style with Insight Vacations on the Iberian Peninsula, leaving the driving and planning to the company's consummate pros. Relax and soak up the splendor, savoring the exotica and glories of Spain and Portugal, from Lisbon to Seville.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Lectures & Events
Ethan Allen Conciege Event: March 16, 2015
Many thanks to all who attended our recent Concierge Event at Ethan Allen.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Bags to Grab
One of the most crucial accessories to accompany you this holiday season — from Thanksgiving dinner to company Christmas parties — is inarguably the clutch.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Necessary Hoods
Rainy season, snow season, slush season — all things that make us want to take cover immediately. Sure, a coat is good for warmth and covering up our arms, but nothing quite does the trick like a hood.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Fashion
Downtown With Reinstein/Ross' Andrew Schloss
At the just-opened store on Gansevoort Street, the traditions of onsite ancient goldsmithing continue adjacent to a new modern gallery showcasing the work of jewelry artists inspired by the fashion world.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Decor
Home Plates - Eye-Catching Dishes
Serve it up in style this fall with a variety of eye-catching dishes that will garner you some serious dinner party clout.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Dining
NYC Restaurant Profile: Beautique
Beautique offers cuisine that’s “simple enough to be recognizable but creative enough to be foodie-worthy.”
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Coats for Kids
Inspired by Tom Ford's new addition to the outerwear market for the under-ten set, we've sought out some of the cutest, boldest, and downright fabulous pieces that girls and boys will want to wear this winter.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Ogling Orange
This year, rather than give in and consume copious amounts of sugar, we’ve decided to take up a new challenge and find ways to wear the usually difficult hue of orange.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Aye, and Aye Again for Tea and a Tour of Parliament
I‘ve made countless trips to London over the past five-ten years and during just about each trip, I have tried to go to the bookshop at Parliament.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dance
Mikhail Baryshnikov: A Different Role for Dance's Darling
He’s the founder and driving force of the Baryshnikov Arts Center on West 37th Street. “I never knew that it would bloom into such a formidable institution,” he says. “It’s really very exciting.”
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Museums
The Brief and Prolific Life of Toulouse-Lautrec
A show at MoMA explores the work of the French artist, who died at 36 — but not before colorfully capturing the Belle Époque of Paris.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Dining
Le Colonial: A Trip to Early 20th-Century Saigon
Enter the very atmospheric Le Colonial — a mainstay on the NYC restaurant scene for 21 years — and take a step back in time and across the International Date Line to old-world Saigon, during French rule, in the early twentieth century.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Shopping on Spring Street
No matter what you seek (be it ready-to-wear or simply a stroll and a cappuccino), you’re certain to find it along Spring Street.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
Dr. Ariel Ostad: Cosmetic Dermatology at its Finest
Dr. Ostad has been in practice in Manhattan for nearly 20 years and his impressive credentials speak for themselves.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Marchesa's Georgina Chapman - The Style Interview
The designer and her business partner, Keren Craig, dress the stars for the red carpet: Naomi Watts, Katie Holmes, Kylie Minogue, and Heidi Klum are among the many. Now there is a heady fragrance, lavish handbags, tabletop and giftware, bridal, an offshoot line, Marchesa Notte, and the newest line, Voyage, for everyday wear. Very busy.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Wrap Stars
We’re smack dab in the middle of the season when puffer coats are, well, too darn puffy and thin wool blazers not quite enough. Enter the scarf.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Travel
One Aldwych: Number One, Indeed, in Every Way
There are plenty of resources at One Aldwych that I love, and why I consider it practically "my club" in London, even though I have never (hard to believe) stayed there...
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Caped Crusaders
The cape has become a mainstay of top designers’ fall-winter collections, and is just the piece to buy now and relish having later.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
Autumn's Amazing Colors
We’ve collected some of fall’s most tempting hues for an alluring beauty palette.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
A Very High Lowdown on Loews' Regency Bar & Grill
Although the new Regency Bar & Grill has been open since the beginning of the year, I had not had an opportunity to eat my way through the menu until early summer, when a lovely seasonal menu was premiered.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Knitting Club
Cozy up to one of our ten picks and you’ll find the coming months a whole lot more stylish — and bearable.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Store Openings: From Paris With Style
New York City welcomes Editions De Parfum Frédéric Malle and Berluti.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Spas
Spa-La-La: The Willow Stream Spa in Montreux, Switzerland
When I arrived in Montreux, Switzerland, I immediately hustled downstairs to the Fairmont Hotel's Willow Stream Spa.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
The Paris Review
At long last, Paris Fashion Week is here, and with it comes the sights and sounds that only the City of Light can offer. Luckily, these looks are as suitable on Broadway as on the Grands Boulevards.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Music
A Bold Autumn at the Met Opera
Among the season’s choices: a broadly romantic Le Nozze di Figaro (James Levine conducting) and two vastly different Macbeths: Verdi’s demanding Macbetto and Shostakovich’s daring Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Health and Fitness
Equinox Sports Club NYC
An expansive, 140,000-square-foot health and fitness club where state-of-the-art equipment artfully blends with technological innovation.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Ciao, Milano
To relish in all things Italiano, we’ve picked out some of our fave fall offerings from a wide-ranging crop of designers — luckily, all currently available stateside.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Letters Man: Talking With Brian Dennehy
Dennehy, known for playing tough guys on film — and iconic American dramatic roles on stage — is taking a tender turn in Broadway’s revival of Love Letters.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Fashion
London Calling
To celebrate all things Brit, we’ve culled together some of our fave UK designers whose pieces are luckily available on this side of the Atlantic in NYC.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Wild for Wilde: London's Renowned Hotel Café Royal and the Oscar Wilde Bar
Last year, the celebrated Oscar Wilde Bar opened at the newly minted Hotel Café Royal along the Regent Street retail mecca.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


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by Aileen Jacobson | View Article

Luxury Properties
NYC's Sterling Mason Boutique Condominium Surpasses 85% Sold
The architecturally noteworthy new condominium at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca was designed by Morris Adjmi
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
New York Fashion Month
Fashion Month officially kicks off this week, and as per usual, New York promises to start the shows off with a bang.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Jewelry
Peridot, Please!
August may be in its final days, but there's still time to rep this month's birthstone: peridot. And there’s good reason to continue to sport the stone in the months to come.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Lock it Up! Victorinox's Travel Locks
Victorinox's travel locks: I would not go anywhere without them now that I have used gotten accustomed to using them.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Coveting Color
For the first time in quite a while, New York City seems to be eschewing the tried-and-true urban black wardrobe for brighter pastures.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Art
A Brief History of New York at N-Y Historical Society
"A Brief History of New York" includes Sam Roberts' choices for objects that, together, "constitute a unique history of New York."
by Promenade Staff | View Article

The Arts
Fall 2014 Theatre Guide
From Tony- and Emmy Award-winning performers to exciting new works and Pulitzer Prize-winning revivals, this fall Broadway and Off-Broadway are blazing their way to a “championship season.”
by Griffin Miller | View Article

Art
The smART List - Fall 2014
Fall 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Fall for Dance, Cher, the top exhibitions, and Blythe Danner in The Country House.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
White Hot
From the chicest of button-ups to sleek footwear, these are pieces that are total keepers, wearable whenever and wherever you choose.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Travel
By the Beautiful Sea - In the Caribbean and Portugal
Two indulgent cruises on sensational ships
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Prints, Please
Temporarily eschew the tried-and-true little black dress and reach for one of these lovely printed looks culled from some of our favorite New York City shops.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
Spa-La-La: La Prairie Spa, The Ritz Carlton's Sybaritic Gem
The snug La Prairie Spa delivers quite a punch, and a glamorous one at that, for its intimate size
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
10 Ways to Brave the A/C
It may be balmy on the street, but inside, the office it can feel thoroughly frigid. We’re certain you’ll find something stylish here that will keep pesky a/c drafts at bay.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Reebok Sports Club/NY
An expansive, 140,000-square-foot health and fitness club where state-of-the-art equipment artfully blends with technological innovation.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Oceana Hosts James Beard Foundation's Celebrity Chef Tour September 20
Rodney Strong Vineyards' Family Ownership Silver Anniversary Celebrity Chef Tour will be coming to Oceana, the Michelin-starred New York institution.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
Multi-Million Dollar Living
Take a peek inside two of the city’s most exclusive properties.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Theater
Rocky the Musical on Broadway
Andy Karl steps into Stallone's trunks at Rocky musical now on Broadway
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
The Rowenta Remedy: Ironing Summer Frocks and Fabrics
Rowenta is the leading manufacturer of high-performance steam irons and garment steamers, and unlike many manufacturers of appliances, this is the company's core business.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec at MoMA
A stunning collection of posters, lithographs, and more.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Ready for Rubies
Considering July’s birthstone is the ruby, we think this is the perfect time to embrace our favorite fiery gemstone.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Performing Arts
Ask the Met: Inside the Opera Archives
Facts, figures, statistics, and stories: It’s all in the Metropolitan Opera Archives.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
2014 Summer Restaurant Week Highlights
With over 300 restaurants to choose from, where does one begin? Here, we spotlight some of our favorites.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Seeing Stripes
We’re looking for a fresh way to wear stripes this season
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Clean Sweep: Dyson's New Animal Vacuum Cleaner
You'd never think to push a vacuum cleaner the 850-mile distance between Wiltshire, England and Valencia, Spain, but the engineers at Dyson more or less do that all the time.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs by Aaron Rose at MCNY
Featuring 70 images taken by Rose in Brooklyn's Coney Island during the 1960s
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Mephisto's Summer Shoe Selection
Summer is finally here — meaning more time outside walking, shopping, sightseeing — and Mephisto provides all-day comfort and all-day style.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Talking with Cellini's Leon Adams
…about his two elegant Manhattan shops, how the fine watch business has changed, and loving New York.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Summer Offerings from CitiShoes New York City
CitiShoes offers an extensive collection of men's footwear from Alden, Edward Green, Church’s, a.testoni, Allen Edmonds, and more.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Beauty
The Newest Joy from Jean Patou: Joy Forever
In 1929, Jean Patou created one of the world's most legendary fragrances, Joy. But now it has a little competition from its own house.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Ten Fabulous Cover-Ups
The coolest cover-ups you'll find in NYC this summer
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Hot in the Hamptons
The forecast for shoppers in the Hamptons this summer is sunny, bright and downright fabulous with a number of chic spots offering everything from bath potions to Birkin bags. What should you know and where should you go? Here’s what’s haute.
by Anne Bratskeir | View Article

Jewelry
Timepieces to Treasure: Ulysee Nardin's Nelson Lucero
Ulysse Nardin’s Nelson Lucero on the boutique’s signature marine chronometers, plus the newest models from Baselworld.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Music
Michael Bublé and Bruno Mars at Madison Square Garden
Some of music’s biggest stars are coming out for summer in NYC, including Canadian crooner Bublé and retro showman Mars
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Urbes Mutantes: Latin American Photography 1944-2013 at the International Center of Photography
A major survey of street photography of cities during decades of social upheaval
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
London's Cut Restaurant: A Cut Above Your Standard Steak House
Cut is Wolfgang Puck's highly regarded steak house at the 45 Park Lane Hotel in London
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Sample Sales
Calypso St. Barth
Calypso St. Barth Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Wolverine's Spring 2014 Women’s Collection
Wolverine has a new store in Nolita, and it’s the place to find all the latest footwear from their Spring 2014 Women’s Collection
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Jasper Johns: Regrets at the Museum of Modern Art
MoMA presents the American art icon’s most recent series of paintings, drawings, and prints
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Madeline in New York at the New-York Historical Society
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Madeline’s publication, the New-York Historical Society will be saluting the beloved schoolgirl and her creator.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Kandinsky Before Abstraction, 1901-1911 at the Guggenheim
An intimate presentation of sixteen early paintings and woodcuts
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
A Second Chance Designer Resale Boutique
Family-owned and -operated resale shops with over 20 years of experience in luxury goods under its collective Hermès belt.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Jumpsuits and One-Pieces
Call us crazy, but now that summer has officially begun, we’re pledging our seasonal allegiance to the one-piece this season.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
A Sudsy Summer: The Sensational Soaps of Claus Porto
This is the season to get out the gels and the best soaps.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
New York City Dining By the Sea
The finest seafood restaurants in NYC, including Oceana, David Burke's Fishtail, Grand Central Oyster Bar, the Sea Fire Grill, and more.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Art
NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial at the Museum of Arts & Design
Opening July 1 and scheduled through October 12, the Museum of Arts & Design presents their first exhibition with new director Glenn Adamson
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Oceana Restaurant Unveils Summer Weekend Private Event Packages
The all-inclusive experiences is offer Friday and Saturday evenings through Labor Day
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
The Swatch Scuba Libre at Hour Passion
Go dive, go deep, go splash with the Swatch Scuba Libre, available at Hour Passion.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dance
Savion Glover and Pilobolus Dance at the Joyce Theater
The Joyce Theater always attracts big names during the summer months, and this year is no exception.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Museums
Jeff Koons: A Retrospective at the Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum’s final exhibition in their building on the Upper East Side is a once-in-a-lifetime retrospective of Jeff Koons
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
The Legendary Le Cirque Commences a New Chapter
Le Cirque restaurant now enters yet another chapter of its fabled history with the arrival of a new executive chef, Raphael François
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Decor
MacKenzie Childs' Poppy Furniture
Visiting MacKenzie-Childs during the summer months is like sitting in an impressionist painting — it’s a truly exquisite experience.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Orange Zest
Orange is the new black, indeed, as it's finally come of age in fashion
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Shopping
Spring into Summer with Nautica in Your Private Haven
Here are a few really classic bedroom ensembles from Nautica to jazz up your bedroom
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


J. Crew
J. Crew Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Summer Coolers
Citrine, tanzanite, sapphire, opal, aquamarine, topaz, and peridot are but a few of the precious and semi-precious stones that speak of these summer hues.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
BCBGMaxAzria: Behind the bon chic, bon genre
Lubov Azria, brand designer and ambassador, embodies the very name of the company, which is Parisian slang for “good style, good attitude.”
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Crazy for Crocs and the New NYC Flagship Store
With two shops already in Manhattan, on the Upper West Side and in SoHo, the company added to its footprint in Gotham, just this past month, with a flagship shop on West 34th Street.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Decor
Pitcher Perfect
These stunning summer pitchers are a must-have at your next outdoor soiree.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Shopping
DeLonghi Dehumidifier for a Salubrious Summer
If you'veput away the humidifier, then you're ready for the dehumidifier - and there is none that will work better for you than one of DeLonghi's several models
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Sporty Separates for World Cup Madness
There’s no need to know your way around a pitch (a.k.a. a playing field) to embrace the soccer style yourself.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Museums
At the MAD Museum... Re: Collection
After 16 years with MAD, its chief curator emeritus, David McFadden, has assembled a show of 70 works of sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, furniture, textiles, and other media, many never displayed.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Shopping
Shopping on Washington Street
The chicest, hippest, and most unique stores and shopping in the Meatpacking District
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
Beauty in the Hands of Plastic Surgeon Dr. Barry M. Weintraub
Weintraub, a top New York City, board-certified plastic surgeon, comes armed not only with a toolbox of injectables, but also with the skill, experience, and artist's eye to use them for optimal results.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Watch the World Cup in Luxury at Casa Lever
Casa Lever will be the perfect place in Midtown Manhattan to enjoy the 2014 World Cup.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
New East Side Stores Not to Miss
Featuring John Varvatos and Dover Street Market
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Fashion
Summer Shopping Must-Haves and Seasonal Sensations
Here are some brightly colored summer “supplies” that can help you set that cheerful, sprightly mood.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Charles James: Glamour, Greatness & Gowns
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newly rechristened Anna Wintour Costume Center, the legendary couturier is being honored for his lasting influence in the annals of haute couture.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD: Summer Encore Series
Once again, I must tout the engaging and entertaining Live in HD series of operas brought to us by the Metropolitan Opera and Fathom Events.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Summer 2014 Theatre Guide
A select, month-by-month guide to Manhattan’s theatrical summerscape
by Griffin Miller | View Article


Alice and Olivia
Alice and Olivia NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


La Perla
La Perla NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Summer Hats
We’ve scoured the still-temperate New York City streets and stores for chapeaux of every shape and size that will both add a dash of style and a lot of coverage to your look.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Ramin Karimloo - Broadway's New Leading Man
The new Les Misérables revival is getting major buzz - largely because of Ramin Karimloo, its new (and until now) undiscovered star.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Dance
Jewels and Dreams at the New York City Ballet
Although New York City Ballet is best known for its lively, mixed programs of modernist ballets, fans who prefer leisurely, evening-long stretches of dancing can find their heart’s desire at NYCB’s Koch Theater.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Music
NYC's Classical Music Summer: A Pastiche of Perfection
From the Philharmonic to the Lincoln Center Festival to Mostly Mozart and an array of other premieres and productions, New York is bustling with compelling classical music and opera this summer.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Dance
Calvin Royal III - On His Way Up
Calvin Royal III got a late start in the dance world, but with awards and fellowships and a place in American Ballet Theatre, the long-legged newcomer is one to watch.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Fashion
Summertime Sandals
Finding the right sandals for the streets of New York City can be a little tricky. Is strappy and buckle-festooned best? Or should one go for slides that effortlessly slip-on?
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Diane von Furstenberg
Diane von Furstenberg NYC Sample Sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
The smART List - Summer 2014
Summer 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Cate Blanchett in "The Maids," the Bolshoi Ballet, and more.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Sachin + Babi and Ankasa
Sachin + Babi Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hudson
Hudson Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Two-Wheeler Worthy Shorts
The best part is, any of these beauties will look just as good on the bike as off. Here are the top summer shorts you’ll find in NYC stores.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Pastels Inspired by Charles James
Charles James: Beyond Fashion opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art this week and the exhibit about the famed Anglo-American couturier has us dreaming of pastels.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Jonathan Adler
Jonathan Adler NYC Sample Sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
Lovely, Lavish Lofts
Once considered a cheap space for starving artists, the loft has reinvented itself as a sophisticated, spacious dwelling descriptive of the celebrated—and sought-after—New York experience.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Decor
Playful Purple
Showcase Pantone’s color of the year in your home this spring to evoke joy, love and health. Radiant Orchid, this year’s chosen shade, encourages creativity and originality and can be complemented with olive, deep hunter green and light yellows.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Fringe Benefits
Pop on your headphones for some inspiration whilst shopping the New York City’s best department stores and boutiques for that bohemian look.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Antiques
Something Elegant Is Happening at the Zoo
Selecting an antique animal piece to enhance your space is a bold design choice that is sure to make a statement and call for conversation.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Health and Fitness
Get Ready for Golf Season With Golf & Body NYC
It’s spring, which means it’s almost golf season here in New York. Unless you spent the winter at your estate in the Caribbean, chances are your body and mind aren’t golf-ready.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bonobos
Bonobos Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bruno Magli
Up to 70% women's and men's retail
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Zero Halliburton's John Giglio
The director of sales and marketing for Zero Halliburton discusses how the maker of some of the world’s most iconic travel and luggage pieces stays true to its roots, even while establishing a new home in the middle of Manhattan.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Investment (and Refund Splurge-Worthy) Wallets
Consider April 15 a shopping holiday, and decamp to one of our favorite boutiques to discover NYC’s finest and best wallets for women.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Watches for Men & Women
These watches don't just tell time.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Fashion
Rachel Roy: Edgy, Feminine, and Fearless
The designer chats about her life and lines, Rachel Roy and RACHEL Rachel Roy, and the newest addition to her RR line, intimates.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Virtual Voyager - Spring 2014
Top-flight tips for the discerning traveler, featuring Hour Passion, Jamaica's Sundown Villa, and the Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris' Sunday Night Film Club
by Griffin Miller | View Article

Shopping
Fabergé's Egg-stra Special Easter Hunt
Dubbed the Big Egg Hunt (and sweepstakes), this treasure search is spearheaded by jeweler Fabergé and promises to reward those eligible to be in the winning circle, with $125,000 worth of gems, in three stunning jeweled pendants.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Fab Flats
A wide range of high-fashion designers and indie favorites have gotten in on the flats game, releasing styles that are as stylish as their taller counterparts.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
50 Years of Le Périgord
In the pantheon of New York City’s fine dining establishments, it’s nearly unheard of for a restaurant to be around for 50 years.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


C Wonder
C Wonder Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Talking with Texas de Brazil's Evandro Caregnato
At Texas de Brazil, it isn’t just how they cook their meat, it’s a way of life passed down from generation to generation.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Springing for Jewelry
The imminent promise of April showers has New York City yearning for something bright, sparkly, and ideally of the accessory/jewelry variety.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Elizabeth and James
Elizabeth and James Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Rent the Runway
Rent the Runway Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Island Company
Island Company Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Shopping on Elizabeth Street
From hipster clothing at Vince, to cool classics at Tory Burch, to a host of specialty and niche shops, this is a shopping destination worth a leisurely visit.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dance
Justin Peck: A Certain Kind of Movement
A soloist with the New York City Ballet and the "company’s most exciting choreographer" premieres his latest work this spring.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Lectures & Events
14 Intriguing Lectures & Discussion to Attend this April in NYC
Fill your calendar at these upcoming talks, discussions and readings.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
54 Below: Cabaret, Cabernet, and Dinner Sublime
The downstairs space has been invented — or reinvented — into a chic and sumptuous supper club/cabaret, reminiscent of the great supper clubs of yesteryear.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Oh, Canada!
From east to west, our northern neighbor boasts cosmopolitan cityscapes, tantalizing terrain, scintillating culture and fabulous food.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Roger Vivier
Roger Vivier Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Monika Chiang
Monika Chiang Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Tote-ally Spring-Worthy Handbags
Opt for something bright and roomy like Fendi’s captivating snakeskin tote or Anya Hindmarch’s arty canvas carryall.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Wolverine Opens Permanent Store in Nolita
The new location follows the successful New York pop-up venture in fall 2012, and will again offer a curated selection of goods that share Wolverine’s commitment to quality, heritage, and craftsmanship.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
The Runway Report - A Season of Surprises & Sure Bets
The runway shows this past fall, heralding the styles for spring/summer 2014, showcased many surprises
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Perfect Pan-Asian
The best high-end Pan-Asian restaurants in New York City.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Jewelry
In Shape - Beautiful Bijoux in Squared or Curved Silhouettes
Ultimately, when the hand-wrought procedures are finished, jewelry can take on myriad forms. Here, we celebrate the multifarious profiles jewelry embraces.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Simple Human: The Cadillac of Shower Caddies
It's a substantial and sturdy unit, about 13" x 5" x 27" with all the bells and whistles you'd want for holding your sundry stuff in the shower.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Meet the New Rocky
Meet Broadway's Rocky, Andy Karl, and discover what he loves about NYC
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Sunglass Season - It's Here
Sunglass season has arrived; here's where you'll find the most stylish sunglasses in NYC.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Alan Cumming Celebrity Profile
The legend returns as the Emcee with Cabaret back on Broadway
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Shopping
New (Classic) Stores Not to Miss
Dennis Basso and Etienne Aigner have opened new stores in Manhattan
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

The Arts
Promenade & New York: Then & Now
Started in 1934, the magazine mirrors the changes in our fabulous city.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
MacKenzie-Childs: They Just Can't Get Enough
Meet two collectors who adore the iconic MacKenzie-Childs brand and fill their homes with the whimsical pieces and fabrics that define this special style.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Museums
The Italian Futurists
On exhibit at the Guggenheim, the little-known, but influential work of the 20th century avant-garde movement that rejected Italy’s static past.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Performing Arts
The Met's Stars on Parade
Diana Damrau, Juan Diego Flórez, Jonas Kaufmann and Joyce DiDonato are among the illustrious singers in a glamorous season.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


Marimekko
Marimekko Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Surface2Air
Surface2Air Sample Sale NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bric's
Bric's Luggage Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Beauty
Fragrances to Send Your Pheromones Soaring: Acqua di Parma's Le Acque Nobili
Even with Valentine's Day in the rearview mirror, if you didn't score at that time with fragrance, flowers, or fantasy, now is your chance to make it up to your sweetheart.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Free People, Walter, Torn by Ronny Kobo
Free People, Walter, Torn by Ronny Kobo Sample Sale at The Prive in Chelsea Market, NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Oscar Fashions
The 86th Academy Awards are over, and while 12 Years a Slave and Gravity will be known as the big winners, it’s time to get down to the serious business of who was a blockbuster on the red carpet.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Spring 2014 Broadway Guide
Some of the hottest names in showbiz are storming the Broadway scene during these months leading up to the Tony Awards in a smashing collection of world premieres and awesome revivals!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
French Fashions in New York
Manhattan is bursting with a range of boutiques and department stores catering to our Francophile obsessions
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Gant
Gant Sample Sale in New York
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
London Fashions in New York
In the spirit of LFW, we’ve rounded up some of the best British ready-to-wear available in Manhattan’s finest department stores and boutiques.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Performing Arts
The smART List - Spring 2014
Spring 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Lady Gaga, the Morgan Library's first photography-focused exhibit, Heart and Lights, and more.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Shopping
Visit Kara Ross NY through Valentine's Day for Sweets & Champagne
Through Valentine's Day, visit Kara Ross New York's 665 Madison Ave. (at 60th St.) boutique for champagne & sweets while you shop.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Score a Victory on Valentine's Day: Fragrances to Steal her Heart
You know the minute you look at the akimbo bottle — something special is inside. It's Hermès' "Eau de Merveilles," which, loosely translated, means "fragrance of wonders, or marvels."
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Front Row-Worthy Outerwear
Bundle up, and be sure to smile for your close-up as you wear the best and most fashionable outerwear available in NYC.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Olympic Gold (Jewelry)
The Winter Olympics are now taking place in Sochi, but the athletes aren’t the only ones with gold on the brain. Here is some of the best gold jewelry you’ll find in New York City.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Elie Tahari
Elie Tahari sale nyc
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Dining
Fashion and Foodie Frenzy: Fashion Plate Prix Fixe Returns to Lincoln Square
It's not a minute too soon to take advantage of Gotham's Fashion Plate Prix Fixe extravaganza, organized to coincide with our city's famed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Nina's Neons Light Up the Winter Nights
The "Boise" handbag from Nina will cheer you up this gray, wintry season, as we wait to glide into spring
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Lectures & Events
Thought Gallery: The Top 10 Events for February
Join some of New York’s most interesting personalities at museum after-hours events, book signings, lectures and conversations about art, fashion, design, food and more.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
For Valentine's Day, Seeing Red (Clothing)
Our picks for where to find the best Valentine’s clothing and accessories in New York, available at Manhattan’s finest shops and luxury department stores.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Valentine's Day Dining
Here are many of the New York City high-end restaurants that will be offering special gourmet Valentine's Day menus on and around the 14th.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Drop Earrings
Whether you are more of a Tahitian pearl girl or simply a lover of colorful gems, we’re confident there’s a pair here you’ll deem worthy of putting on your own ears.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Helmut Lang Online Sale
Up to 80% off Helmut Lang collection online
by Promenade Staff | View Article


theory online warehouse sale
up to 80% off theory online warehouse sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Circo Hosts 1st Annual 'Sagra del Bollito Misto' Celebration January 27-31
A limited-time opportunity to enjoy this treasured Northern Italian traditional winter dish
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Resort Clothing
From dandelion strewn varsity jackets to breezy caftans, we’ve rounded up some of the best and brightest options available right here in Manhattan.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


John Paul Ataker
75-85% off the Winter 2014 collection
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Manhattan Vintage
Over 90 vintage dealers
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Marni
Up to 80% off men's and children's clothing
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Lectures & Events
Thought Gallery: January Lectures, Museum Events & More
Mingle with some of New York’s most interesting minds at museum after-hours events, book signings, and discussions on art, food, fashion and more. Here, 10 upcoming talks to round out your January social calendar.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Performing Arts
New York City Ballet's Winter Season Begins January 21
The NYC Ballet will open its Winter 2014 performances on Tuesday, January 21 with an all-Balanchine program.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Rockefeller Retail...A Sampling
A look inside Rockefeller Center's Onassis, RAIN, and Tous
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas - Beacons of Serenity in the City that Never Sleeps
Featuring B-Spa Bars, Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf=Astoria, and Babor
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Resort Accessories
Now that the holidays are over, we believe it is high time to get out of town and on vacation.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living Large on the First Floor
The maisonette, with its own first floor entrance, much coveted privacy and Park Avenue elegance also offers some quiet in the noisy life of the city.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article


Coclico Sale
Coclico Shoes Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


A Second Chance Designer Resale Boutique
50-70% Off Clothing & Shoes
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Uniworld's Boutique River-Cruise Collection's Newest Vessel: The S.S. Catherine
Uniworld's soon-to-be-launched S.S. Catherine, exquisitely outfitted and furnished, will proffer a transporting journey, indeed.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
From Movies to Musicals
High-profile productions dreamed up in Hollywood are becoming a Broadway staple.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article


Bloomingdale's Rug Warehouse Sale
More than 8,000 rugs from around the world
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Insight Vacation's 'Italian Vogue' Adventure: Twelve Days of Magic
From ancient ruins to magnificent coastlines to breathtaking countryside, Italy offers a surfeit of riches—so many delightful destinations that it is often difficult to pinpoint the must-see area for a specific trip.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Morton's: The Steakhouse With Staying Power
Talking with Michael Rains, the general manager of the 5th Avenue location, whose style is all about about creating a culture of happiness for the staff and the guests. And great steak, of course!
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Travel
Virtual Voyager - Winter 2013-2014
Featuring the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest, the Mayfair Hotel & Resort "Miami Vice" experience, and the Hyatt Union Square New York's The Accessories Butler
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Antiques
Cabin Fever: Antiques for the Winter Lodge Look
Transform your city space into a cozy winter escape with a spread of antiques featuring rich wood, warm lighting, and an authentic wall mount to spruce up your home for the chilly months.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Decor
Flowers and Vases to Warm a Winter Room
Add holiday cheer to your home with tips from savvy Manhattan florists who pair lush winter offerings, such as hydrangeas, amaryllis, and lilies, with vases fit for the season’s much-anticipated festivities.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

Dining
Christmas & New Year's Eve Dining
A high-end holiday dining experience awaits you in New York City
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Cool Winter Accessories for Kids
For the coming months, the best children's outfits are all about the details, and we’ve rounded up 10 accessory favorites straight from New York City.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Museums
Jewelry by JAR: A Rare Treat for the Eyes — and Soul
Reclusive jewelry designer Joel Arthur Rosenthal, known professionally as JAR, is very particular about matching the masterpieces he crafts with the just-right owner.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
New Upper East Side Stores Not to Miss
Badgley Mischka and Alexander McQueen recently opened new stores on Manhattan's Upper East Side
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Party Clothes for Kids
Numerous top-tier designers have gotten in on the children’s wear market, offering up studded, ruffle dresses and utterly hip military-style blazers.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Jacob Arabo - The Style Interview
What started 25 years ago as a small design and manufacturing company in Midtown has grown into one of the most recognized names in the watch and jewelry world. Here, we chat with Jacob & Co. owner Jacob Arabo about what to expect in his company’s next quarter century.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Shopping
Special Touches: Out-of-the-Ordinary Holiday Gifts
Clever gift ideas perfect to stash under the tree, tuck into a stocking, or hide in a secret spot to delight the special people in your life
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Sensational Scotland
Whether you take the High Road or the Low Road, the bounty and beauty of Scotland awaits -- in the country’s largest city, Glasgow, and in the countryside at Inverlochy and Dalhousie Castles.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


theory
theory sample sale in nyc
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Theater
Daniel Sunjata - Celebrity Profile
Charting his path from Graceland to Scotland by way of Broadway, the Tony-nominated actor is perfectly content to live in the moment — no matter the century, genre, or dress code.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Shopping
Puttin' on the Ritz: Glitzy Dressing with the Container Store's Gift Wrap
As I was meandering along the side-street windows of the Container Store on 58th Street and Lexington Avenue, I was quite taken by the dress forms standing at attention in the windows. Each was wearing a most marvelous outfit—made entirely out of gift wrapping supplies!
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Accessories, Embellished
For upcoming Christmas soirées, imminent New Year’s Eve bashes, and all other evenings out, we recommend taking a cue from the dazzling Manhattan streets. Let the party season commence!
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Frette
Fine Italian Linens: Bed, Bath, Table, Gift and Frette to Wear
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Helen Yarmak
Holiday fur trunk show
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Winter Cheer at NYC's Top Restaurants
Some NYC's top restaurants offer special menus during the colder months
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Museums
Reliving the Armory Show of 1913
With 100+ masterworks from Duchamp, Matisse, Picasso, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh, among others, the New-York Historical Society looks back at the groundbreaking exhibit, and why it was considered so shocking
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Beauty
Goodbye Frizz, Hello Glam with Keratin Treatments
Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy is kind to hair -- and delivers fab results
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Embellishment Clothing
Whether you fancy an alluring skirt encrusted with gold or a swoon-worthy bed jacket, there’s something to wear to every fête in your datebook
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Musical Mondays at Le Cirque Cafe
Ease your way back into the work week with the return of Le Cirque Cafe's Musical Mondays, featuring live performances from 8-11pm
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Bold and Bright Bijoux to Bedazzle
Beauties in blue...and red and green and yellow
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Lalique, Di Modolo, VBH
Up to 70% off Lalique; 65-75% off Di Modolo; Luxury Italian Handbags from VBH
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Nicholas K
Up to 60% off overstock and runway pieces
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Gilbert Albert
Holiday trunk show
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Casa Lever Hosts Pelissero Wine Dinner on December 16
Renowned winemaker Giorgio Pelissero will present four of his exquisite wines to pair with courses of Chef Caporale's sophisticated Italian cuisine.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Cashmere: Cool and Classic
Top-tier cashmere is an investment, but the dividends can last a lifetime. Here is a list of Manhattan’s best sources for the finest cashmere.
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article


Vera Wang
Bridal sample sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Nancy Gonzalez
Exotic skin handbags sample & stock sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article


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Shopping
Holiday Magic at MacKenzie-Childs
Their seasonal décor is much in line with the brand’s longstanding handmade aesthetic.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
The Promenade Holiday Gift Guide 2013
Don’t-miss picks for seasonal giving - or a little self-indulgence.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Here Comes Santa Claus! Via the Polar Express
Now that Thanksgiving is here, it's the perfect time to introduce you to the Polar Express, a train dedicated to taking "believers" to the North Pole.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
Magnetic Mutter
That’s Anne-Sophie, who brings her vast talent to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center this winter, along with a new album and performances in Washington D.C. and Boston.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Dining
Sirio Ristorante Hosts Banfi Wine Social on December 4
Hosted by Philip di Belardino,Vice President of Banfi Winery
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Sony Store Black Friday Sale
Deep savings on VAIO Pro 11, Sony Action Cams & More
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Perfect Puffers
The once-unflattering puffer jacket has become a chic wardrobe addition in cold-weather climes. As far as we’re concerned, no winter is complete without it.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Great Goodies: Savory, Sweet, and Seasonal
Gone are the days when you might have dared to bring that ubiquitous, leaden fruit cake to a party.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Sightseeing
Celebrating the Holidays at Rockefeller Center
Keith Douglas, Managing Director at Rockefeller Center, offers an inside look at the Center’s upcoming winter season.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Performing Arts
Born to Be the Sugarplum Fairy
Well, almost…starting at age 3 in a Nutcracker debut in South Carolina, the New York City Ballet’s Sara Mearns has danced her way to the starring role at Lincoln Center.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Theater
Winter 2013-2014 Broadway and Off-Broadway Guide
Here’s to the season of eggnog and tinsel and dreidels and Skyping and LOL and fa-la-la and good will to all and to all a good night… but mostly here’s to the shows that add a distinctive dash of holiday zest to Manhattan’s vibrant theater scene.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Shirtdresses: Tried and True
The shirtdress is a tried-and-true classic, looking as good with tights and ankle boots this season as it does with bare legs and sandals the next. If you’re not a convert yet, we’re certain you will be after perusing some of our favorite riffs on the trend.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Oceana Restaurant to Introduce Breakfast Menu in January
The Michelin-starred New York institution will reinvent the power breakfast as they prepare to serve the "most important meal of the day."
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bulgari
Jewelry, Watches, Handbags, Accessories & Fragrances
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Armand Diradourian Cashmere

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Armani
Women's and men's ready-to-wear and accessories
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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Blazers, Inspired by Princess Kate
Kate Middleton and her go-to blazers have earned her a cult following among fashionistas, convincing us that we must immediately snap up something similar for our closets.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Beauty
Facing Fall: New Face, New Hair, New Season: Paul Labrecque and Biologique Recherche - A Winning Duo
This past spring, the renowned Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa opened a branch at the destination activity center Chelsea Piers
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Helmut Lang
Up to 65% off women's apparel and accessories
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
NYC's Circo and Sirio Restaurants to Host White Truffle Celebrations
This November, Circo and Sirio Ristorante in NYC will host white truffle celebrations with Ceretto Wines on November 12 & 13, respectively.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Theory
Fall/Winter 2013 sample and stock sale
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Giorgio Armani
Men's and women's clothing and accessories
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Manolo Blahnik
Sample and stock sale, including shoes for $100
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Thanksgiving Day Dining in NYC
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2013. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that will be hosting special dinners.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Performing Arts
The smART List - Winter 2013/2014
Winter 2013/2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Elton John at the Garden, A Christmas Story, Bernard Haitink and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and more.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Travel
The Virtual Voyager - Fall 2013
Featuring archipelago hopping, Ferragamo-style; discovering your happy "pace"; and a "better treehouse"
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
The UK from a Train Window: The Splendors of BritRail
When I cross the pond, I travel by train and always relish it; and in the UK, I take BritRail and cannot recommend it strongly enough.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Christofle and Hearts on Fire
Christofle and Hearts on Fire Sample Sale in NYC November 10 through November 14
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Mephisto Celebrates Grand Opening of Second Location in NYC
Based on the success of their shop on 3rd Avenue, Mephisto is expanding to another location within the city. This fabulous new store is located at 1089 Madison Avenue between 82nd and 83rd Streets
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Christopher Fischer Cashmere
A holiday sample sale for men, women and accessories at the Christopher Fischer SoHo boutique.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Chopard
Ladies fine jewelry and watches, men's watches, and accessories.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Promenade Picks - Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse
Located near Union Square, New York City finally has a Vic & Anthony’s to call its own, with an intimate dining atmosphere showcasing handcrafted mahogany woodwork and plush leather furnishings.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
RUTH SHOPS: Scary Creatures: Cool Gear Provides Halloween Funfare and Fanfare
It's that time of year and you have this week to get the house ready for the onslaught of goblins and ghosts, the spirits and the spirited...
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Slim & Trim Pencil Skirts
Sequined, beaded, and printed, the pencil skirt can be found in a vast variety of incarnations. Simply pick your favorite, tuck in a tailored top, and rest assured that your outfit would be Monsieur Dior-approved.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
Country Life, Beretta Style
Robert Booz, International Director of Beretta Galleries, talks about the lifestyle company’s historic sporting brand, its evolution and a few standouts from their fall collection.
by Melanie Baker | View Article


Giuliana Teso
Up to 70% off Italian furs, including sable, mink, fox, chinchilla, and more
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Glorious Pearls: Poseidon's Magnificent Bounty at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London
Luxurious, mysterious, mythic, and rare, the pearl is one of nature's wonders: a perfect orb of iridescent beauty. Just as amazing is the process that creates each gleaming gem — an alchemist's brew of art, science, and luck.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Promenade Picks - Morton's The Steakhouse
With a sleek new design that reflects a modern take on their classic look, Morton’s The Steakhouse on Fifth Avenue offers an upscale dining experience.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
The Gold Standard
An homage to splendid gold, in its countless forms that we love the best: jewelry.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Victor Hugo
60-70% off Victor Hugo sample and stock leather goods
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Christian Siriano
Up to 70% off
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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Warm Heads, Elegant Styles
This winter, we recommend taking a cue from centuries past and picking hats made of luxe materials in stylish shapes that will look just as good outside as in.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Yves Saint Laurent

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Adrienne Landau
Holiday super sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Ippolita Jewelery
65% off retail prices on bangles, earrings, necklaces, and rings
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Valentino / Cavalli Class / Blumarine

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Bonpoint Fall Sale

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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Ten Places to Find Manhattan's Finest Linens
Good sheets can be hard to find — and apparently it’s been that way for centuries. Here are ten chic solutions for your bed, bath, dining table, or that fave old chair that needs reupholstering
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article


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Dining
Casa Lever Now Serving Saturday Brunch
In addition to their Friday and Saturday Chef's Weekend Dinners, Casa Lever now offers a Saturday Brunch menu that includes specialty egg dishes, classic favorites, and more to the sounds of a live Cuban band
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Hasted Kraeutler Gallery to Exhibit New Paintings by Marc Dennis This Fall
Beginning November 8 and running through January 4, Hasted Kraeutler presents An Artist, a Curator and a Rabbi Walk Into a Bar, an exhibition of new paintings by Marc Dennis.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hickey Freeman
hickey freeman sample sale nyc
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Rena Lange
rena lange sample sale nyc
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Shopping
Designer Bonanza! A Sale to End All Sales of Couture Clothing
Featuring Galanos, Galliano, Armani, Valentino, Prada, Missoni, Thierry Mugler, Michael Kors, Versace, Etro, de la Renta, Cassini, Dior, Pucci, Dolce & Gabbana, "stray" pieces from the likes of Chanel and Hermès, among the many...
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Casa Lever Hosts Exquisite Truffle and Wine Pairing Dinner on November 16
Chef Alessandro Caporale has created an exquisite menu to showcase fresh, aromatic white truffles from Alba.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Colorful (and Cozy) Sweaters
The sweater has become New Yorkers' late-autumn seasonal go-to; we say, bring on the cold weather
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Tall Boots for Fall
The craze for boots continues to be at a fever pitch. Slip on these options with this season’s calf-length skirt (à la Céline) or atop slim trousers and you may just stop traffic
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Performing Arts
American Ballet Theatre Returns to Lincoln Center
From October 30 to November 10, American Ballet Theatre takes up residence in the David H. Koch Theater
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Performing Arts
Not the Sleeping Beauty You Know
It’s British-born director/choreographer Matthew Bourne’s version, so of course it offers something different...including a dark new suitor and a touch of vampirism
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


MissoniHome

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Beauty
Dream Spa Treatments With an Autumnal Spin
Manhattan’s visionary spas await, with transformative seasonal treatments to take you from sun-spent to fall-phenomenal
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Dining
Oceana Unveils 'Let Them Drink Wine' Sunday Special
The Michelin-starred New York institution now hosts a weekly promotion showcasing its award-winning wine collection
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Pratesi
Pratesi Fine Italian Linen Sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Men's Cardigans... Wonderfully Warm
This fall we’re making a case for the seemingly simple knit to enter all New York City men’s lexicons
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Travel
Caribbean Escapes
St. Martin’s La Samanna and Antigua’s Carlisle Bay offer luxury, leisure, and lazy days on breathtakingly beautiful beaches
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Perfect Pendant Necklaces
Considering the bounty of options we’ve discovered this season, we’re convinced the seemingly simple pendant necklace is a timeless staple
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living Near Columbus Circle
At the intersection of culture and real estate luxury, a hot spot for sophisticated custom spaces with all the comforts of home
by Karli Petrovic | View Article


Hermes, Chanel & Louis Vuitton Flash Sale

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Beretta Men's & Women's Sale in NYC
Beretta Men's & Women's Sale in NYC
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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Jeans in Autumn Colors
With colors such as hunter green, plum, wine, cognac, and more, these jeans will be sure to be the perfect foliage your closet needs
by Anna Harnes | View Article

Performing Arts
Ballet Star Roberto Bolle and Acqua di Parma Join Forces to Showcase Italy's Finest
Roberto Bolle is returning to New York on September 17, for the premiere of his production Roberto Bolle and Friends at New York City Center
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Golf & Body NYC - A Country Club in the City
The state-of-the-art and exclusive Golf & Body NYC offers city-bound or resident golfers a year-round place to play, train and entertain
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Shopping
Yael Sonia - The Style Interview
With a new by-appointment, custom-designed SoHo showroom and two new collections, the international designer is busier than ever
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Malbec/Tango House: From Juan Fabbri, South America, North of Houston
The restaurateur and tango enthusiast’s passion for the culture, art, and dance of his native Argentina has resulted in a charming wine bar and restaurant and a lively tango theater — all under one roof
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Mulberry Sample Sale
Mulberry Sample Sale
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Vitra Sample Sale with FLOS

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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Minaudières…Those Little Glam Clutches
80 years after its debut, this accessory is popping up in a range of metals and materials ready to take us into the fall social season
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Zachary Quinto Celebrity Profile
His career is pedal-to-metal on the superstar fast track—make that multiple fast tracks, including the Broadway stage starring in The Glass Menagerie
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Shopping
Fall/Winter 2013 Runway Report: Seasonal Sizzle
Designers played with their audiences and raised their spirits, despite the traditional somber palette and the customary weight (literal and figurative) of the clothing
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Christian Louboutin: Fantasy, Fun, Frolic - and Fabulous Fashion
The exhibit at Toronto's Design Exchange highlights over 250 shoes, sketches, and personal artifacts from Louboutin's work, personal life, and travels
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
The Met This Fall, Seriously
Instead of a medley of favorites, the haunting Eugene Onegin opens the season and Two Boys, with a libretto by playwright Craig Lucas and staging by Broadway’s Bartlett Sher, brings cyberspace to the Met
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Shopping
Scents & Sensibility
By year’s end, over 1,000 new perfumes will have been brought to market, each an individual, distinct intermingling of nature’s delicious alchemy. Here are but four that will waft into a store near you
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Men's Fall Gloves
From classic leather to whimsical patterns to updated modern looks, see our ten favorite picks for this late fall and winter season
by Anna Harnes | View Article

Art
...From Hopper to O’Keeffe - Some Surprises
Two MoMA curators mix the well-known and the rarely displayed in a show of the museum’s holdings of American art from the first half of the 20th century
by Karin Lipson | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Fall Ankle Boots
Ankle boots are very versatile, ranging in styles from classic to casual to extremely fashion-forward. See our picks for what you should add to your fall wardrobe
by Anna Harnes | View Article

Art
Nick Brandt: Across the Ravaged Land at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Through Nov. 2
Across the Ravaged Land is the third and final volume in Nick Brandt’s trilogy documenting the disappearing natural world and animals of Africa
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Abboccato Offers Snack Baskets for NYC Citi Bike Riders
Abboccato Ristorante in NYC has partnered with Citi Bike to create the perfect Cicchetti Snack Basket for Two for bike riders "on the go"
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Cuff Links - Even for a Casual Look
We’ve seen the cuff link make a serious comeback; from a lapis-encrusted pair to one-of-a-kind vintage styles, there is something that will appeal to even the most casually inclined man
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Theater
Fall 2013 Broadway and Off-Broadway Guide
Let the good times roll! New York stages are launching a season of first-tier classics and stunning new shows boasting Tony, Oscar, and Emmy winners from both sides of the pond
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Fascinators Are Fun -- and Not Just in England!
Fascinators and cocktail hats are on the rise as a way to add character and glamour to everyday outfits
by Anna Harnes | View Article

Performing Arts
The smART List - Fall 2013
Coming Attractions: Fall 2013's biggest cultural events, including Patti LuPone, Big Fish, Steely Dan, Masterpieces of Dutch Painting at the Frick, The Metamorphosis, and Yo-Yo Ma with the Silk Road Ensemble.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Cheers to the Cocktail Ring
The cocktail ring has become the ideal day-to-night transition piece, and is just as appropriate paired with your morning coffee as your evening gin martini
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Shopping
New Stores Not to Miss - Summer 2013
Recent store openings in NYC include Baccarat and Hästens on Madison Avenue
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
The Lobster Shack at Oceana Returns for the Summer
The outdoor Lobster Shack at Oceana -- Midtown Manhattan’s Michelin-starred seafood destination -- has returned for the rest of the summer.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
The Best Little Black Dresses
The Little Black Dress, also known as the LBD, is arguably the most essential piece of a woman’s wardrobe
by Anna Harnes | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Stunning iPad Cases & Clutches
Now that the iPad has become as ubiquitous as the iPhone, the clutch one chooses must both provide protection and, of course, give the wearer some serious fashion cred
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Must-Have Maxi Dresses
The maxi is perfect to hop from AC-controlled offices to the outdoors. We’ve rounded up a slew of picks that look just as chic skimming the Central Park grass to fluttering along the beach
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Travel
The Wonderful, Warm Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans
For years, the Windsor Court Hotel has reigned supreme in New Orleans, and now, after a $22-million renovation, there is clearly no local New Orleans lodging that can come even close
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Lipstick...Lush and Lovely
Lipstick has taken on a whole new meaning as a personal statement, while still holding onto that idea of femininity and love
by Anna Harnes | View Article

Shopping
For a Fête With a Theme...
Themes are a wonderful way to create a summer night to remember. We’ve picked a sultry Moroccan-styled celebration to give guests something to talk about
by Lisa Chung | View Article

Shopping
For the Garden Party...
From elegant seating to the quintessential afternoon tea service, play up the natural beauty of summer with antiques that will wow your guests
by Melanie Baker | View Article


Women's Designer Sample Sale
Women's Designer Sample Sale Featuring Free People, Alice & Trixie, and More!
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Dressy (Yet Casual) Shoes for Men
For proper business dressing and fancier affairs, we’ve rounded up a plethora of options that are worthy of even a king’s affections
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Mephisto NYC Semi-Annual Clearance Sale

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Dining
Paris on Lex: Casimir & Co. Opens a Real-Real, Nabe Bistro
The new uptown Casimir & Co. is as authentic as the original, but every bit the modernized bistro
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Cool Down, Look Hot
Gems in the colors of icy, refreshing and frosty summer treats
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Luxe List Categories

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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Ten Sophisticated Sport Coats
For the last century the sport coat has made gentlemen out of Fitzgerald characters and Ivy League professors. Now, it’s your turn
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Yves Saint Laurent Sale
Yves Saint Laurent Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Le Cirque Cafe, Circo & Sirio Ristorante Join Italian Dine-Out NYC
The "taste of Italy" runs through July 6 with special prix-fixe menus
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Things Are Just Paramount at the Paramount!
The Times Square hotel unveils an enticing re-imagination, and the new Paramount Bar & Grill
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Cultural Capital Adventures
Visits to London and Paris are always perfect -- stimulating museums, cultural surprises, notable cuisine, and, of course, a soupçon of shopping
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Casa Lever Offers 'Chef's Weekend Menu'
Every Friday and Saturday for dinner, Casa Lever now offers a special Chef's Weekend menu at $75 per person
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Health and Fitness
Oriens Living - A Healing Sanctuary in Manhattan
Oriens Living is a holistic health center in midtown dedicated to helping its clients “raise their bar on health, well-being and personal power”
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Ties for Men at Their Best
For urbane men dressing for Manhattan or a weekend in the Hamptons, we’ve rounded up ten purveyors of some of the most dashing ties this side of the Atlantic
by Heather Rabkin | View Article


Rachel Zoe
Rachel Zoe Sample Sale at Chelsea Market NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Ippolita Jewelry Sale in NYC
Ippolita Jewelry Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Health and Fitness
A Holistic Approach to Dentistry
Manhattan dentist Dr. Reid Winick had a childhood battle with Crohn's disease, and he turned to what he refers to as "a more sustainable approach to his health"
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Performing Arts
Mostly Mozart... and Beethoven
...at the Lincoln Center summer festival (July 27-August 24) that takes some musical chances
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Health and Fitness
Sugi Acupressure - Bodywork for Optimal Health the Natural, Relaxing Way
Gentler than your chiropractor, more healing than regular massage
by Promenade Staff | View Article


NYLux Homepage Right Top

by Aileen Jacobson | View Article

Shopping
Deep-Sixing Time - Watches for the Underwater Explorer
Today’s technology and know-how makes the typical diving watch a thing of beauty, in addition to being water-resistant
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Promenade Archives

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dining
Alfresco Delights
Summertime means gorgeous, breezy outdoor dining in some of New York City's most iconic spaces
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Super Stilettos
How many accessories can lay claim to being both a lady’s prized object and simultaneously the bane of her fashion existence? Possibly only one: the stiletto
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Art
Going to the Dogs (and Cats!): The Humane Society Benefit Auction
On Thursday, June 13, 2013, the Marianne Boesky Gallery will host the Humane Society of New York's fourth Benefit Photography Auction
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Shop Italy on Madison in NYC through June 9
O.K., bambini, it's the perfect moment to think about la bell' Italia
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Theory Men's Sample Sale
Theory Men's Clothing Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
One-Piece Beauties for the Beach
The one-piece swimsuit fits almost every body type and it transitions from the beach, to the pool, to the yacht, to a candlelight soiree seamlessly
by Laura Acosta | View Article


Father's Day Dining
Looking to impress Dad on Father's Day? Here are some fine New York City restaurants that are offering special menus on Sunday, June 16th.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana Offers 'Summer in Sicily' Menu Through June
During the month of June, Oceana will be offering Summer in Sicily, a five-course chef's tasting menu inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Loving the Little Black Dress
In a recent exhibit, in a stunning coffee table book, and in the hands of almost every fashion designer, the timeless frock is always venerated
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Gotham's Best Custom-Made Shirts
In a certain film that premiered in May, Carey Mulligan, as Daisy, calls her great Gatsby “the man in the cool, beautiful shirts.” So we’ve gathered 10 of the city's top shirt-makers
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article


Ralph Lauren Sample Sale
Men's and Women's Luxury Apparel and Accessories from the Fall and Winter collections
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
The Great Outdoors
Life in the open air is a luxury available in these elegant Manhattan apartment homes
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Spas
Day Spas - Reveal Your Summer Self
Cool Spa is sculpting the future; plus: The me smooth, the innovation of the season
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Kelli O'Hara Celebrity Profile
Broadway’s golden leading lady shares growing up rural, past and present roles and becoming a mom for the second time.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Art
The Art of the Civil War: A Fresh Perspective
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, there is a sense that this exhibit provides ‘some new understandings of the work...It’s very open-minded.’
by Karin Lipson | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Lovely in Low Heels
When it comes to patterns, printed fabrics, woven leathers and rhinestone embellishments, lower-heeled shoes take the lead this summer season.
by Laura Acosta | View Article

Shopping
Summer Fun - The Best of NYC in Bright Colors
When everything's sunny and bright, we want to don garments that are peppy and vibrant, dress our tables in rainbows of color, and in general surround ourselves with objets that are colorful and joyous.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
The English National Theatre at Your Doorstep
The acclaimed English National Theatre has been presenting Live in HD events for the past four seasons
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
Movers-and-Shakers and 'Other' Shakers combine to Make Music: It Takes a Village
Since 2007, the Chamber Music Festival of the Bluegrass has been a staple of the Memorial Day Weekend in Central Kentucky, a collaboration between the Norton Center for the Arts and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the ultimate collaboration between the Bluegrass and the Big Apple..
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Manhattan's Summer Stages: Month by Month
A look at this summer's Broadway, Off-Broadway, and theater festival season.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Performing Arts
An Unexpected Opportunity
ABT’s popular Herman Cornejo became the star of Russian choreographer Alexei Ratmansky’s Symphony #9 after another dancer’s injury. He performs it, along with many other roles, during the Company’s summer season.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Summer Scarves
This summer, consider the summer-apropos scarf as much a must-have as your SPF 30.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Dining
Something for EVeRyone at EVR Gastro-Lounge
Operating owner of EVR Gastro-Lounge Alex Likhtenstein dishes on his new, multifaceted midtown purveyor of cool, where uptown sophistication meets downtown artistry.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Performing Arts
The smART List - Summer 2013
Coming Attractions: Summer 2013's biggest happenings, including Rioult Dance New York, Encores! Off-Center, Central Park SummerStage, and more.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Bangles & Bracelets
While some of the most exquisite bangles are often found in exotic locales we’ve rounded up some beauties that can be stumbled upon right in Manhattan.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Elegant Colored Diamonds
Colored diamonds are proving to be just as timeless as their traditional white diamond counterparts, while offering new possibilities in elegant and beautiful designs.
by Anna Harnes | View Article


Buccellati Jewelry Sale
Buccellati Jewelry Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Great Gatsby Jazz Age Looks & Inspirations
With “modern speakeasies” dominating the New York social scene and the release of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, the glamour of the Jazz Age is back in full swing.
by Anna Harnes | View Article


Le Cirque Offers 'Chef's Classics & Champagne by Laurent-Perrier' Tasting Menu Through May 11
Through this Saturday, Le Cirque will be offering a special 4-course dinner and Champagne pairing celebrating one of the world's oldest family-owned Champagne houses.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bonpoint Spring Sample Sale
Bonpoint Kids and Baby Clothing Sample Sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Get the Punk Look
Anarchism, rebellion, and free-speech, expressed with a healthy dose of rock, are only some of the characteristics of the punk movement from the late 70s. Whether you think punk is alive or dead, fashion is refusing to let it go.
by Laura Acosta | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
The Coolest Cocktail Dresses
The cocktail dress may soon be approaching its centennial, but the silhouette of this party-ready frock has never looked fresher. Whether your calendar is filled up with weddings, fêtes, or alfresco dinners, the cocktail dress is a wardrobe must.
by Heather Rabkin | View Article

Spas
Day Spas - Gotham's Elite Retreats
Elite expectations are surpassed at two of Manhattan’s foremost hotel spas: Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf=Astoria Towers & Cornelia Spa at the Surrey.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Cocktail Rings That Make a Statement
A cocktail ring is a must for the numerous happy hours, poolside parties in the city, or the Hamptons and black-tie fundraisers summer brings with it. A statement stunner on your finger is a fast way to take any outfit to the next level. Check out our top picks around the city and get ready to treat yourself—and put a ring on it.
by MaryAnn Barone | View Article

Art
Hasted Kraeutler Presents Paolo Ventura: The Infinite City, 5/2-6/22
From May 2 through June 22, 2013, Hasted Kraeutleris presenting The Infinite City, an exhibition by Paolo Ventura composed of sets of unique hand-painted photographs.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Decor
The Colors of Spring: Bold or Whimsical, Pastel or Shiny
Wake up your space from hibernation with bright tangerines, bold reds, floral prints, or dashes of whimsy in pretty pastel.
by Lisa Chung | View Article


Baccarat Sample Sale
Baccarat Sample Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Pouches and Clutches
If there’s an accessory that has captivated all of the high-end fashion market it’s the pouchette, the small pouch or clutch, big enough for hip girls to carry their phones, credit cards, beauty essentials, and even mini iPads.
by Laura Acosta | View Article

Antiques
Spring Antiques - Everything Emerald
Last year, Pantone ushered in the year of Tangerine Tango. Now in 2013, the Color of the Year belongs to Emerald, a gem-tone green that radiates elegance, vibrancy, and class.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Dining
Promenade Picks: The Sea Fire Grill
Last November, the people behind midtown’s Benjamin Steakhouse dipped their toes in the water with this seafood-centric offshoot, and the result is an elegant yet classic experience.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Dance
New York City Ballet Celebrates America's Eclectic Styles
At the New York City Ballet’s American Music Festival, it’s a unique mix of the courtly European art of dance colliding with the verve of homegrown music.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Mephisto Trunk Show in NYC
Mephisto Trunk Show in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Country Escapades Abroad: The Ravishing Rhone Alps
If the English countryside proffered a brush with fame with “Doc Martin,” then the French pays was not to be outdone by the Brits.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Loro Piana - Men's, Women's, and Accessory Sale
Loro Piana - Men's, Women's, and Accessory Sale
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Country Escapades Abroad: Enchanting Devon and Cornwall
In England, charm, culture, and culinary delights
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
MacKenzie-Childs' Playhouse Collection for Kids
MacKenzie-Childs' Playhouse Collection for Kids
by Promenade Staff | View Article


An Unforgettable Greek Meal at Molyvos on April 17

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Health and Fitness
An Urban Country Club Right Here in Manhattan

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Spring Sample Sale: Free People, Steven Alan, and more
Spring Sample Sale: Free People, Steven Alan, and more
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bulgari Fragrance Sale
Bulgari Men's and Women's Fragrance Sale in NYC
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Mother's Day Dining in NYC
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Mother's Day on Sunday, May 12, 2013. Here's a rundown of some of the restaurants that will be hosting special brunches, dinners, cruises, and more.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
The Fabulous Four Corners and Beyond
It’s the Mecca of world-class shopping, the gilded four corners of luxury boutiques and specialty shops. “It” is the crossroads of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, which forms the nexus of Manhattan’s most exclusive mercantile mile.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Hakkasan Celebrates One Year in NYC
World-renowned Chinese restaurant Hakkasan is now celebrating their one-year anniversary in NYC.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Roger Vivier Paris Sale NYC

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Shopping
Editor's Picks: A Fresh Face for Spring
When March’s proverbial wrathful lion morphs into the gentle lamb, it’s time to address our “abused” skin and hair—damaged and dried from the season’s ravages. It’s also the time we are prompted to think of a fresh look for spring.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Oceana Offers Gin-Inspired Tasting Menu in April
During the month of April, Oceana will be offering a The Spirit of Spring, a five-course chef's tasting menu inspired by the restaurant's Just Gin Program and their bounty of spring fruits and vegetables.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Sferra
Sferra Fine Linens Sale at Chelsea Market
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Theater
Celebrity Profile: Judith Light
Back for her third Broadway run in as many years, the Tony-winning actress is primed for her latest venture: Richard Greenberg’s The Assembled Parties, now in previews for a April 17 opening.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Dining
The Interview: The Le Cirque Legacy
Sirio and Mauro Maccioni, father and son, on their flagship French Le Cirque, Italian dining at Circo and Sirio, their restaurant at the Pierre Hotel -- and life in a famous food family.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


3 Day Spring Fashion Sale Feat. Free People and Converse by John Varvatos
3 Day Spring Fashion Sale Feat. Free People and Converse by John Varvatos
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hickey Freeman and Bobby Jones Sale in NYC

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Oscar de la Renta Sale

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Travel
The Virtual Voyager - Spring 2013
Top-flight tips for the discerning traveler, including: Polo in Paradise; Middle Earth tours in New Zealand; spas for kids; and Gatsby at the Plaza Hotel.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Luxury Properties
Luxury Spaces, Park Views
For a permanent home or a pied-à-terre, elegant residences overlooking New York’s treasured Central Park make for fine city living.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Dining
Battery Park Bonanza! Atrio Restaurant and Wine Bar in the Conrad Hotel
Atrio Restaurant and Wine Bar is a little jewel tucked off the Conrad Hotel's main (and very glamorous) atrium, which is majestically dominated by a towering Sol Lewitt sculpture.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Runway Report - Spring 2013
Trendy styles usually build on looks of the last season or two; this spring, however, the trends are somewhat unexpected, with few echoes from past seasons.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
Erwin Olaf: Berlin at Hasted Kraeutler

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
Talking With Suzette Gomes of Cora International
The London-born chief executive officer of Cora International, which manufactures some of the world’s largest and rarest diamonds right here in Manhattan, discusses her biggest challenge, her love of New York and why diamonds really are a girl’s best friend.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Dining
Landmark Dining - New York City's Most Historic Restaurants
With a history as rich as New York City's, you would expect there to be many restaurants with stories as long and absorbing as their menus. Here are the places to get both an exquisite meal and a dose of classic Manhattan.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - The Originial Delmonico's
Opened in 1837, Delmonico’s is the nation’s first white tablecloth restaurant, the first to allow groups of women to dine without men, and first to seat guests at their own separate tables.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - Old Homestead
Originally a bar with five tables where, in 1868, a steak dinner cost 8 cents, Old Homestead today seats 300 guests on three levels and steak is a tad more expensive.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - The Empire Room
When the Empire State Building was built, Prohibition was still in effect. Today, you can recall that historic era with a Prohibition Punch or an Empire Cocktail at the Empire Room.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - Bull and Bear
The Bull and Bear was once exclusively for men, but today there are plenty of women and families in attendance at this modern steakhouse, one of three restaurants at the Waldorf=Astoria.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - The Carlyle
The Carlyle is an elegant Upper East Side hotel that’s home to the world-famous Bemelman’s Bar and Café Carlyle, where Woody Allen often performs with his jazz band.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Landmark Dining - One If By Land, Two If By Sea
If you are not in love now, you will certainly want to be when you dine at One if By Land Two if By Sea.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Landmark Dining - Grand Central Oyster Bar
The high-vaulted tiled ceiling in the 400-seat main dining room is an architectural gem of the Gilded Age and still beloved by tourists and natives alike.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Landmark Dining - Patsy's Italian Restaurant
This white tablecloth restaurant of simple elegance and warmth was made famous long ago by Frank Sinatra. But it's the food and the friendliness that really counts.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Shopping
Pretty in Pearls
Luxurious, mysterious, and mythic, pearls are one of nature’s wonders, perfect orbs of iridescent beauty. Equally remarkable is the process that creates each gleaming gem—an alchemist’s brew of art, science, and luck.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Escada
Women's clothing & accessories
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
Talking With Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman
The president/CEO of the nation’s fourth largest real estate company and New York’s largest residential brokerage firm dishes about up-and-coming neighborhoods in the city, new trends to watch for, and one thing she’d like to change about the Manhattan market.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Shopping
New (Downtown) Stores Not to Miss - Spring 2013
Interior designer Richard Mishaan's latest showroom, Homer, and Joie's new boutique on Wooster Street.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Spring 2013 Broadway & Off-Broadway Guide
Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony luminaries -- plus an impressive collection of UK stars -- light up New York stages in ensemble plays, new musicals, first revivals and one-person shows.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Art
German Expressionism: Boldly Breaking With the Past at Neue Galerie New York
At the Neue Galerie, the work of a movement founded by four Dresden students and other artists who shook off traditional bonds. Through 4/22.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Dance
Paul Taylor - Bach and the Americans at Lincoln Center
For its spring season March 5-24, the Paul Taylor Dance Company is concentrating on Taylor’s six magnificent pieces to Bach – one of them will be part of every program.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Performing Arts
The smART List - Spring 2013
Coming Attractions: The Spring 2013 season's biggest happenings, from dance, jazz and classical music performances to exhibitions, Broadway, and more.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Music
An Unpredictable Trio at the Met
This spring, the Metropolitan Opera ventures some reasonably youthful excursions that rectify neglect, embrace a Baroque rarity and acknowledge 20th-century achievement.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


Easter Dining - Special Menus from New York City's Top Restaurants
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that will be hosting special brunches and dinners.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Frette Sample Sale NYC

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Pratesi Linen Sale NYC

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Travel
A-ROSA: River-Cruising at its Finest
Imagine yourself floating through Europe like royalty: Relaxing on a picture-perfect barge, lollygagging down a winding, scenic river. Conjuring up that mental photo is a snap when you're on board an A-Rosa river cruise.
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Le Cirque Cafe Offers Live Music Every 'Musical Monday'
Ease your way back into the work week with Le Cirque Cafe's new Musical Mondays, featuring live performances beginning at 7:30pm.
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Travel
Charleston: Highlights, History, Heritage
Move aside, Gotham, and make way for Charleston, South Carolina! When did I ever think I'd say that? But apparently, according to the results of the latest (2012) Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, the top U.S. destination city is Charleston.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Dining
Sirio Ristorante: A Grand New Eatery at the Pierre Hotel
Restaurateur Sirio Maccioni has returned to the Pierre Hotel to open his another jewel in his crown of superlative NYC restaurants.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Spas
Ooh-La-La, Oh, That Spa! Guerlain Breaks the Mold!
Having seen my fair share of spas around the world, I can tell you that the newly refurbished Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf-Astoria is among the very best and most dazzling I have ever laid eyes on.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
3RD HOME: A Unique Concept in Vacation Get-Aways
Whether you live in an 18-room sprawling Park Avenue duplex, or in a McMansion in the suburbs, you'll want to learn more about the pioneering company, 3RD HOME. This firm is taking second-home ownership to a new level.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Ralph Lauren Home Sale
Ralph Lauren Home Furnishings Sale in NYC
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Kiton Sale NYC
Kiton men's and women's sample sale in NYC.
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PROMENADE LUXE LIST
Spring's Stunning Sheer Shoes
The slogan on the poster for one of Broadway’s most-buzzed-about new musicals isn’t hype. “Glass slippers are so back.” Catchy, but even better than that -- it’s true! You’ll find clear or see-through shoes in chic designer boutiques from the Upper East Side to Tribeca. Here are some of our favorites. (Princes sold separately.)
by Joseph V. Amodio | View Article

Beauty
Luxury New York City Spas
Personal pampering: luxury or necessity? The line is so fine the two naturally melt into each other at Manhattan's most elegant day spas. Here are some of my top-tier choices.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Manhattan's Burnished Bangles
In beautifully ornate colored stones, dazzling diamonds or brilliant hues of colored gold, bangles let your wrists and toned arms do the talking. For a simple, polished understatement or a one-of- a-kind edge, here are some of the finest jewelers in New York’s finest jewelers for that special bangle -- or four!
by Kara Faulk | View Article


Oceana Celebrates New Orleans Cuisine in February
In honor of the Super Bowl and Mardis Gras, Oceana, Midtown Manhattan’s Michelin starred seafood destination, will be celebrating New Orleans cuisine for the month of February, with a city-inspired “Big Easy” five-course tasting menu.
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D. Porthault Semi-Annual Sale
D. Porthault Semi-Annual Sale
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Luxury Properties
Atlas - Luxury NYC Accommodations with 'Runway' Flair
Project Runway will once again highlight Atlas New York, the upscale, modern rental building in the heart of the Garment District that has become an iconic landmark for the show, much like The New School or Mood Fabrics.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Dennis Basso Furs
Up to 85% off
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Special Offers
Where to Dine for Valentine's Day in New York City
Many New York City restaurants offer special menus for Valentine’s Day. Here is a wide variety of options for dining -- to be updated regularly -- plus other ways to spend the holiday.
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Bochic Sample Sale
Bochic luxury jewelry sample sale in NYC with 10% of proceeds benefitting the International Rescue Committee.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Le Perigord Restaurant Week Menu
French restaurant Le Perigord is taking part in NYC Restaurant Week. New York Restaurant Week is taking place from January 14 through February 8, 2013 at restaurants throughout New York City. Le Perigord's Restaurant Week menu features Prix-Fixe dinner at $38 and lunch for $25.
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Art
Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Presents Michael Benson: Planetfall, Jan. 14-Mar. 9
Michael Benson creates intensely detailed views of the solar system, by curating and composing images he finds by mining the vast archives of raw image data from robotic spaceflight.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Jacob & Co. Event at The Mansions at Acqualina

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Calvin Klein Sale
Shop Calvin Klein Designer Sale in NYC
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Antiques
Antique Lamps
Keep the Manhattan chills away - and make a design statement - with antique lamps that warm up a room.
by Melanie Baker | View Article


New Year's Eve at Bobby Van's NYC
Head to Bobby Van's for New Year's Eve in NYC
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New Years Eve Dinner with Hotel on Rivington and CO-OP Food & Drink
New Years Eve Dinner with Hotel on Rivington and CO-OP Food & Drink.
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Salvatore Ferragamo Sale
Salvatore Ferragamo Designer Sale in New York City
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Rena Lange Sale

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Dining
Hakkasan New York
The world-renowned Chinese restaurant has brought its modern Cantonese cuisine, impeccable service, and unparalleled dining experience to Manhattan.
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Travel
Afloat in America and Abroad
Sailing the Mediterranean on Silversea’s gracious Spirit and the Mississippi on the grand American Queen: Fabulous fare and splendid sights.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Holiday Bonanza: The Theatrical Compendium - Gift Guide for Theater Lovers
Let the holiday cheer ring out as you pick one, two (or a few!) of winter’s most festive theatre stocking stuffers!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Shopping
Tech Time
With so many marvels on the market this season, here’s our guide to some of the best new gadgets and gear.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
The Virtual Voyager - Winter 2012
Don't miss these topflight tips for the discerning traveler.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Beretta Gallery Hosts Holiday Shopping Evening to Benefit the Special Operations Warrior Foundation
On Dec. 12, Beretta Gallery will pay tribute to the dedicated men & women of US Special Operation Forces as they partner with Promenade magazine to launch their winter issue and help raise money for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation with an unmissable shopping event.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Frette Italian Linens Sale

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Gift Cards for the Holidays Available at Casa Lever Restaurant in NYC
Still looking for the perfect gift for the holidays? Casa Lever restaurant in NYC is offering Gift Cards for purchase on their website. Surprise your friends and family with a dinner at Casa Lever and enjoy the culinary experience of Milanese classics surrounded by modern art and timeless architecture.
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The smART List
A potpourri of the arts in New York this season.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Dining
The Restaurant Interview: Georges Briguet
Open since 1964, Le Périgord has been host to movie stars across the ages, who along with faithful regulars have kept Georges busy for nearly 50 years.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
The Brownstone Life
With all the space of a home outside the city, these Manhattan residences offer unparalleled elegance and privacy and, of course, lush garden escapes.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Shopping
New Men’s Stores Not to Miss
Christian Louboutin's "shoe tattoo" parlor in the Meatpacking District and Paul & Shark's flagship on Madison Avenue.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
Picasso in Black and White… and Shades of Grey
‘I think he was more interested in the line and the structure of his painting,’ says the Guggenheim exhibit curator — ‘much more than in the color.’
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Performing Arts
Rigoletto Goes to Vegas
After many reinterpretations of the classic opera originally set in 16th-century Mantua, the Met’s new production takes place in the glitz of the Strip.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Vermilion
Owner Rohini Dey gave a boost to the food of her native India by combining it with a Latin template and showcases the cooking of guest chefs.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Suenos
Owner/chef Sue Torres loves the cuisine because of the abundance of chiles, herbs, and spices and the many layers and nuances using them.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Rosa Mexicano
The original Rosa Mexicano opened in 1984 and retains an intimate, cozy charm with its small bar and L-shaped dining room.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Raymi
This high-ceilinged, spacious newcomer in the Flatiron District calls itself a “Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar” and holds many culinary treats.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Ofrenda
Owner Jorge Guzman considers it like his home, where guests find genuine Mexican food served elegantly in an unpretentious setting.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Maya
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of his first New York restaurant, Richard Sandoval went all out, with new space for relaxing and 100 tequilas.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Fonda
Roberto Santibanez showcases some of the best Mexican food you are likely to find anywhere in this simple and charming restaurant.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: El Parador Cafe
El Parador Café claims to be the oldest authentic Mexican restaurant in New York, but there is nothing old-fashioned about this congenial place.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Crema
Chef/owner Julietta Ballestero focuses her cuisine not only on flavor and technique, but color, architecture, and finishing flourishes.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Dining
Latin Dining: Calle Ocho
This enormous restaurant inside New York’s Hotel Excelsior is named for 8th Street, the site of the annual festival in Miami known as Little Havana.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Ralph Lauren

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Style
Syle Interview: Talking with Dr. Franco Gussalli Beretta
The Italian-born vice president of Beretta on his love for New York, establishing Beretta as a lifestyle brand, and staying current with a company more than four centuries old.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Shopping
At Its New location, MacKenzie-Childs Expands Its Lifestyle Brand
As MacKenzie-Childs switches up their New York flagship, the company is also emphasizing its newest design venture, Parchment Check.
by Melanie Baker | View Article

Shopping
A Season of Sparkle
Twinkling diamonds and precious jewels can provide the perfect infusion of high-octane sparks to ferment fireworks on a gray winter’s eve.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Great Gifting, for Her, for Him and for the Home
For the holidays, or for an important occasion, some swell ideas for those special people in your life.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Mad for the Museum (Shops)
These well-curated mini-emporia at the city's great art institutions offer shopppers unique and delightful merchandise.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
Let It Snow
It's Nutcracker season and inquiring minds want to know, how do they make that snow? We asked the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theater to tell us.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Shopping
Fine Art for the Floor
Whether modern or antique, these beautiful rugs go a long way to transforming a room.This season, select a vibrant wool rug for warmth or go with wintry blues for a refreshing look.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

Spas
Manhattan Indulgence: Metro to the Max
Jet setters, sofa surfers and spa sophisticates, somewhere in New York City there’s a massage table marked “reserved” and a facial with your name on it.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Performing Arts
A Garth Fagan Moment at Alvin Ailey
The Lion King’s choreographer lends a signature piece from his own dance company to the Ailey dancers who get to perform it this season.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Theater
Celebrity Profile: Richard Schiff
The former resident of The West Wing takes his place alongside the smoking hot cast that’s making the revival of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross the must-see drama of the season.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Antiques
Antiques: City Lights
Keep the Manhattan chills away—and make a design statement—with antique lamps that warm up a room.
by Melanie Baker | View Article


Catherine Malandrino Sale

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The Leopard at de Artistes Offers Brunch, Pre- & Post-Theater Menus
Stationed in one of the most iconic spaces in New York City -- the landmarked Hotel des Artistes - The Leopard at des Artistes has ambiance to spare, but the menus are even more remarkable than the atmosphere.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Christmas and New Year's Eve Dining - Special Menus from New York City's Top Restaurants
During the holidays, many of the city's top restaurants feature special menus for the week of Christmas and New Year's Eve, including special Christmas dinners. Here's a list at some of our favorites -- which will be updated regularly, so be sure to check back!
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hakkasan New York Unveils New Pre-Theatre Menu on 12/3
Hakkasan New York, the world-renowned modern Chinese restaurant that opened its NYC location this past spring, will begin offering a pre-theatre menu on Monday, December 3, 2012.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Beauty
PearlinBrite Whitening Enhancer from Jan Linhart DDS
The dental professionals at the practice of Jan Linhart D.D.S., are always striving to create new ways to serve the needs of our loyal clients. At this time, they are very proud to announce the arrival of PearlinBrite Whitening Enhancer, a revolutionary teeth whitening product that will allow you to enjoy a new, refreshingly easy way to brighten your smile with just one simple addition to your daily dental care routine.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Lalique, Judith Lieber, Hearts On Fire, and Michael C. Fina Jewelry & Accessories Sale

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ESCADA Sale
Up to 90% off women's clothing at designer ESCADA sale in New York City.
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theory sample sale

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Shopping
2012 Promenade Holiday Gift Guide
Don’t-miss picks for seasonal giving - or a little self-indulgence.
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Badgley Mischka Sample & Stock Sale

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Bulgari Sale

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Alice & Trixie Warehouse Sale and Red Cross Fundraiser

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Caviar Russe Introduces 3-Course Caviar Brunch This Sunday, November 11
Caviar Russe, the upscale New York-based caviar boutique and restaurant, will introduce a luxurious brunch beginning on Sunday, November 11th. Executive Chef Christopher Agnew has created an indulgent three-course Caviar Brunch menu that will include some of the finest American and Caspian Sea caviars.
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Armani Sale

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Oceana Restaurant Serves Hot Jazz Saturday Nights in December
For the month of December, Oceana, Midtown Manhattan’s Michelin starred seafood destination will be hosting live jazz music every Saturday from 9pm-midnight with Hot Jazz at Oceana.
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'Experience the Best of Autumn' at David Burke Kitchen This Saturday, October 27
Join David Burke Kitchen in New York City on Saturday, October 27th from 11am-2pm and experience Autumn with David Burke. With a brunch reservation at David Burke Kitchen, you'll get the chance to experience Chef Burke's signature seasonal menu items.
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Hickey Freeman & Bobby Jones Sample Sale

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Truffle Season Now at Casa Lever
Casa Lever is offering the most prestigious white truffle in the Italian market as an ambassador of the Italian culinary culture in New York.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


IPPOLITA Jewelry Sale

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Only Authentics Sample Sale Featuring Chanel, Hermes and Louis Vuitton Handbags

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Chopard Sale

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Yves Saint Laurent Sale

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Bonpoint Fall Sample Sale

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Art Galleries
Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Presents Albert Watson Vintage Photographs Through the End of January
Running through the end of January, Hasted Kraeutler is presenting Cyclops, an exhibition of rare, unique vintage photographs by Albert Watson.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana Restaurant Offers Pumpkin-Inspired Dishes for October
For the month of October, Oceana, Midtown Manhattan’s Michelin starred seafood destination will be getting in the Autumn spirit with a pumpkin-inspired five course tasting menu for $95 and a $50 wine pairing. Plus: Live jazz every Saturday night.
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Hugo Boss Sample Sale

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Loro Piana

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The Row - Sample Sale

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Art Galleries
Photo Op: Scenes from the Opening of Hasted Krautler's Kwang Young Chun Exhibit
NYC's Hasted Kraeutler Gallery is presenting their inaugural exhibition of sculptural works by Korean artist Kwang Young Chun, now through October 20, 2012. Here is an inside look at the exhibit's opening.
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Cavalli, Missoni, Valentino, VDP & More - Sample Sale

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ESCADA Sample Sale

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Michael C. Fina Sale At Soiffer Haskin

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KRIZIA Warehouse Sale

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Spas
National Spa Week, Fall, 2012
Here in New York, from October 15th through the 21st, $100 to $500 treatments being booked for a mere $50 each.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


NYC Restaurants Celebrate Broadway Week Sept. 4-16 With Complimentary Dessert
As New York City celebrates Broadway Week with 2-for-1 tickets from Sept. 4-16, Oceana, Molyvos, and Abboccato will be among the restaurants offering patrons a complimentary dessert with the purchase of a full-price entree at lunch or dinner.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Performing Arts
Jazz at Kitano
Jazz has its own permanent space, with a daily schedule of music along with contemporary American and Asian cuisine.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Theater
Stars Shine Off-Broadway
As Broadway welcomes its current season of stars, Off-Broadway’s celebrated stages are lining up their own deluxe collections of A-listers. Here are some highlights.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Virtual Voyager - Fall 2012
From Downton Abbey's Highclere Castle to a sleep program at NYC's Benjamin Hotel,topflight tips for the discerning traveler.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Mediterranean Magic
A cruise on Regent Seven Seas’ Voyager makes exotic ports of call accessible and brings the wonders of the world to life.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
A Theatregoer’s Guide: The Fall Season 2012
A galaxy of award-winning superstars and luminous up-and-comers take over Broadway for an inspired and powerful season of bold new works and not-to-be-missed revivals!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Celebrity Profile: Boyd Gaines
With four Tony Awards and a résumé equal parts plays and musicals, one of Broadway’s most versatile assets takes the lead in a new adaptation of "An Enemy of the People".
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Art Galleries
Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Presents Kwang Young Chun
Hasted Kraeutler will present their inaugural exhibition of sculptural works by Korean artist Kwang Young Chun, beginning September 6 and running through October 20, 2012.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Fashion Week: Making Magic Behind the Scenes
Madness, mayhem, and hair-raising feats of wonder backstage at the shows.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Style
Style Interview:Talking with Suzanne Timmins
The fashion director of The Hudson’s Bay Company, parent of Lord & Taylor, on how the company’s flagship Fifth Avenue store is creating a bright future.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

The Arts
The smART List
This fall in the arts: a potpourri.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living in Manhattan’s Iconic Hotels
For international or New York-based buyers, life in these legendary buildings is elegant and pampering—just like staying in a fine hotel.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Performing Arts
Three Faces of the Met
The fall season promises new, dramatically disparate productions with star power both on stage and behind the scenes.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Fashion
The Shopping News: New French Shops Not to Miss

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Turkish Travels With Opus
For 20 years, Istanbul- and New York City-based tour operator Opus has been tailoring expeditions to the Republic of Turkey for businesspeople, vacationers, and anyone else seeking a five-star Ottoman odyssey.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art
Museums: Regarding Warhol
With 45 works by the Pop-art star and 100 by many others, this exhibit at the Met explores the new paths he opened for artists of the next half-century.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Shopping
Promenade Luxe List -Natural-Color Diamonds, Rare and Exotic
Just as a natural pearl is a treasure from Poseidon, a diamond in a colorful hue is one of Mother Nature’s singular gifts.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Fashion: The Runway Report
For fall and winter, luxurious textiles and stunning sumptuousness were apparent just about everywhere.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Watches
Editor's Pick: In the Nick of Time
The hot watches in the marketplace right now.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Dining Interview: MEGU'S Koichi Yokoyama
With two NYC locations, and an expanding global network, perfection is the only option for the president of MEGU.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Dining
Promenade Picks: Caviar Russe
The boutique restaurant Caviar Russe began as a tasting room for international clients shopping for the best caviar for their own restaurants.
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Dining: Before the Show at PizzArte

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Dining: Before the Show at Nougatine at Jean Georges

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Dining: Before the Show at Lincoln Ristorante

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Dining: Before the Show at Gallagher's

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Dining: Before the Show at E and E Grill House

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Dining
Dining: Before the Show at Del Frisco's
Del Frisco’s is a steakhouse with a southern accent, and the crab cake with Cajun lobster sauce is the best-selling appetizer. Part of a group originating in Louisiana, this 400-seat, three-tiered, glass-enclosed restaurant on Sixth Avenue boasts a climate-controlled wine room on the ground floor containing 25,000 bottles.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Dining: Before the Show at Ca Va

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Dining: Before the Show at Casa Nonna

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Dining: Before the Show at Oceana

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Dining: Before the Show at Abboccato

by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Art Galleries
Artwork to Take Home
A passion for art gallery owners Sarah Hasted and Joseph Kraeutler is helping clients find pieces they truly love.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

Performing Arts
Stravinsky and Balanchine are in the House
Forty years after Balanchine organized the celebrated Stravinsky Festival, New York City Ballet’s Peter Martins is offering a tribute to the two giants.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Antiques
Antique Clocks On Time and In Style

by Melanie Baker | View Article


Oceana Restaurant Hosts 'Chef Meets Farmer' Lunch With Ben Pollinger on October 13
On Saturday, October 13, Oceana, Chef Ben Pollinger will dazzle as he guides you through four different oyster dishes while his oyster farmer from East Dennis Oyster Farm enlightens you with the ins and outs of his craft.
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The Four Seasons Hosts Its Annual Children's Day on August 24
On August 24th, 2012, The Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City will host its Annual Children's Day, when kids dine for free at Manhattan's only landmark restaurant.
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db Bistro Moderne Offers Specials for Summer Restaurant Week
For Summer Restaurant Week 2012, running weekdays July 16-August 20, db Bistro Moderne will be offering a three-course lunch for $24.07 and a three-course dinner for $35.
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Molyvos and Abboccato Offer NYC Restaurant Week Menus
Summer Restaurant Week in New York City celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, running from July 16 through August 10. Restaurants including Molyvos and Abboccato Ristorante will be participating with pre-fixe lunches (Mon.-Fri.) for $24.07 and dinners (Sun.-Fri.) for $35.
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Abboccato Offers “A Taste of Le Marche” through July 15
The special prix-fixe menu pairs the authentic flavors of Italy’s Le Marche region with wines
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The National Restaurant in NYC Hosts 'The National Sessions' Every Sunday
Join Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian's The National in New York City on Sundays from 6-10 p.m. for The National Sessions. Each Sunday, The National features a new jazz funk band to accompany your modern bistro favorites, as you wrap up the weekend in grand style.
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July at Oceana Restaurant
Summer at NYC's Oceana restaurant means "Big Easy" dining, live jazz, and much more.
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Center44 - 'Industrial Strength'
Center44 art dealer, Langs de Wal, continues to bring us more of the amazing and very popular photographs of Raymond Ciborowski. As the industrial age gives way to the digital, his studies of abandonement are hauntingly beautiful.
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A Taste of the Aegean at Molyvos on July 12
Step off the hot NYC streets and onto the romantic Greek islands – via executive chef Jim Botsacos' Hellenic haven
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Molyvos Launches Weekend Brunch
Beginning on Saturday, June 23, locals have a new reason to visit Molyvos. New York City’s beloved Greek restaurant is serving its first weekend brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm.
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Frette Sale Through June 21
From June 17-21, Frette will be holding a sale at Soiffer Haskin (317 W. 33rd St.) in Manhattan, offering up to 80% off retail prices on fine Italian linens, including bed, bath, table and Frette to wear. Hours are 9am-6:30pm (until 5pm on Thursday).
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Belmont Stakes Tickets Still Available from Dream Seats
Dream Seats NY still has premium seats available for the 2012 Belmont Stakes.
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Watch the Euro Cup Games at Casa Lever Gardens
Starting tomorrow, June 8th at noon, Casa Lever Gardens will be the perfect place in Midtown Manhattan to enjoy the 2012 Euro Cup Games. A plasma screen will be positioned outdoor for all guests at the New York City hotspot.
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Center44's New Inventory - 'Anthology'
Center44 introduces their newest member, Anthology, featuring "the spectacular color, form, and finish of 20th Century modern design."
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Ralph Lauren Sample Sale

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The Virtual Voyager - Summer 2012
Topflight tips for the discerning traveler--from a Mexican immersion to London's Harry Potter package.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Elegance in Six Indian Destinations
...And each one topped the previous one for distinctive service and special touches.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
The Delacorte Turns 50
Half a century of midsummer night dreams at America’s premier summer stage in New York City's Central Park.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Celebrity Profile: Lily Rabe
The young actress, who last appeared at the Delacorte in "The Merchant of Venice" with Al Pacino, returns in "As You Like It."
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Dining Interview: Daniel Boulud
At db Bistro Moderne, chatting about chefs, concepts and the iconic db burger.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Prewar vs. Modern
The NYC choice: Luxury living and vintage sophistication or modern conveniences and flexible designs.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Shopping
The Shopping News
New Manhattan stores not to miss: Rothmans and Ankasa
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Performing Arts
Music from Finland, China, and the Ever-Popular John Adams
Something special for opera lovers and symphony devotees alike at this summer’s Lincoln Center Festival.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Jewelry
Jewelry for the Passionate Collector
Coveted charms, lockets, talismans and amulets, vintage bijoux, stackable jewelry—all worthy of a treasure trove.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
Planning for a Different American Dream
At MoMA, the innovative work of five architectural firms envisions five new models for housing in the post-foreclosure era.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Art
Eavesdropping on Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations
At the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, the galleries are rife with simulated tête-à-têtes between these two fashion icons.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
At Hasted Kraeutler, Fine Photography on the Gold Coast
The Chelsea gallery specializes in photography but also exhibits paintings, sculptures, and artworks of all media.
by Lisa Chung | View Article

Art Galleries
At Hammer Galleries: On Paper
The new exhibit features over 40 works on paper by Impressionist, Modern and Post-War Masters.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Shopping
The Best of Britain in New York City
Here on this side of the pond in New York City, there has been a quiet invasion by all things British.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Editor's Picks: The Write Stuff
A man’s John Hancock is his autograph, of course, but a “signature” pen can just as readily be his trademark.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Promenade Picks: Megu
MEGU means “blessing” in Japanese, and you know the name at both Manhattan locations is well deserved.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Promenade Picks: La Silhouette
The very creative bill of fare is modern French of a sort encountered every day in Paris.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: The Little Owl
With only 37 seats,The Little Owl is a tiny restaurant with a big reputation in a residential area in the West Village.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Thalassa
The Mediterranean provides the inspiration and much of the fish for this seafood standout with three stars from Forbes.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Taboon
The Eastern Mediterranean has come into its own in New York’s culinary scene, and one of the best experiences is Taboon.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Red Cat
It just feels good to be there. Like the Mediterranean cuisine owner/chef Jimmy Bradley favors, it’s uncomplicated.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Pera Mediterranean Brasserie
It's on Madison Avenue, but when you step into Pera, it feels like a sophisticated restaurant in Istanbul.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Morso
Pino Luongo's open, airy space with big yellow umbrellas on the spacious patio has a modern Mediterranean feel.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Molyvos
This favorite near Carnegie Hall recently celebrated its 15th birthday with a dining room makeover that pays homage to Greece.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: La Promenade des Anglais
This busy spot in Chelsea is named for the boulevard on the coast of Nice popular with 19th-century British tourists.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Fiorini
Comfort, a touch of romance, and incredibly good food are on the menu at Fiorini, which means “little flower” in Italian.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


NYC Dining....Ten Top Mediterranean Restaurants: Ai Fiori
At the Hotel Setai, the restaurant honors the cuisine of the French and Italian Riviera and has earned a Michelin star.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Spas
Day Spas...Livin’ la Vida Caliente!
Suggestion: Why not surf the heat wave this summer at one of Manhattan’s to-die-for spas?
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Different Countries, Distinctive Styles
In New York City this summer, dance lovers have a rare opportunity to sample fare from three continents.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

The Arts
The smART List
From Lincoln Center to the Joyce, Town Hall to Radio City, what's hot in New York City's busy summer arts scene.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Shopping
Decorating by Season
Mackenzie-Childs creative director, Rebecca Proctor, offers advice on refreshing and reimagining a home for any time of year.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Antiques
Mirror, Mirror: Love at First Glance
Our favorite antique mirrors not only bring history into your home, but display design only be found by rummaging back in time.
by Melanie Baker | View Article


New York Real Estate - Luxury Properties
High end apartments, condominiums, homes, and residences for sale in the best neighborhoods in Manhattan.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


New This Week at Center44

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Extrava-CAN-za! Whole Hog Feast at DBGB on Tuesday, May 17
Time to celebrate the aluminum-suited craft brews at DBGB. Come embrace the can as DBGB features a slew of Sixpoint tall boys alongside a few other favorites.
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Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil - Save $10

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Celebrate Mother's Day at the Restaurants of Chef Daniel Boulud
DBGB Kitchen and Bar, db Bistro Moderne, Bar Boulud, Boulud Sud, and Café Boulud will all be offering special brunch menus on May 13.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


News from Center44 - 'Curves Ahead,' 40@44, and More

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Travel
Exotic Kuala Lumpur and the Sensational Shangri-La Hotel
Exploring the incredible sights of Kuala Lumpur, from a singularly exquisite hotel to the Petronas Towers to upscale shopping galore.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Rebecca Minkoff NYC Sample Sale May 9-13

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La Silhouette Provides the Cuisine for the New York Culinary Experience Reception This Saturday, April 28
La Silhouette, a French-American restaurant in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, will provide fancy fare for the “New York Culinary Experience” reception to take place on Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 4:15-6:15pm.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Molyvos - Authentic Greek Cuisine and a Fresh New Look
Ouzo flows freely and the baklava is piled high at Molyvos, an authentic Greek spot located in midtown that unveiled a fresh new design in late January of this year, as well as updates on their original menu courtesy of executive Chef James Botsacos.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art Galleries
Hammer Galleries' On Paper Exhibition Opens April 28
The latest exhibition at Hammer Galleries, running April 28-August 31, includes works by Calder, Chagall, Matisse, Miró, Picasso, Warhol, and many others.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


etro sale

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Win Dinner for 4 at Abboccato's Nonna's Sunday Pasta Dinner

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Dining
Casa Lever Gardens Reopen For Spring
Casa Lever Gardens has reopened for the spring season, re-establishing itself as the place to be for a casual, yet elegant, outdoor dining experience in Midtown Manhattan.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Fishtail by David Burke Hosts Honing Wine Dinner on April 30th
On Monday, April 30 at 6:30pm, Fishtail by David Burke will be hosting a Honig Wine Dinner featuring dishes prepared by the renowned celebrity chef and executive chef Sylvain Delpique paired with wines from Honing Winery.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Center44 and BalletNY Present 40@44 on May 9
On May 9, Center44 will be hosting a silent auction and benefit for BalletNY.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Skyscraper Showstoppers
Mia Fonssagrives-Solow's pop-up shop at the Museum of the City of New York, features her NYC cuff bracelet depicting the skyline, among other pieces in the shape of city buildings.
by Melanie Baker | View Article


Beretta Men's and Women's Sample Sale

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David Burke Restaurants Offer Free Snacks to Facebook Fans
For a limited time, Chef David Burke is giving away a free snack to all Facebook Fans at 6 of his restaurants and a chance to sit down to an amazing dinner with Burke himself, his treat!
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana Restaurant in NYC Offers Live Jazz on Saturdays in August
New York City's Oceana is offering live jazz every Saturday night from 9pm to midnight, as well as al fresco dining through October 15.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


db Bistro Moderne to Offer Easter Brunch and Dinner
Join db Bistro Moderne on Sunday, April 8, for their special Easter brunch and dinner with festive fare by Chef Laurent Kalkotour.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
Luxury Living - Only Four Penthouses Remain at East Union Square's Premier Luxury Condominium
123 Third, the signature residential development in East Union Square, is nearly sold-out after 90 percent of the 47-unit condominium closed at breakneck speed. The remaining units are a quartet of exquisite penthouses perched above one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
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Fishtail By David Burke Hosts Duckhorn Winery Dinner on Monday, March 19
On Monday, March 19 at 6:30pm, Fishtail by David Burke will be hosting a Duckhorn Winery Dinner featuring dishes prepared by the renowned celebrity chef paired with wines from Napa Valley's Duckhorn Vineyards.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Two Island Countries
Ireland and Malaysia. Could they be more different? But a visit to each is equally delightful, enlightening, and downright enchanting.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Restaurant Interview: Casa Lever's Gherardo Guarducci & Dimitri Pauli
Housed in the glass skyscraper it is named for, Casa Lever offers an authentic menu that “embraces Italy from South to North.”
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Luxury and Art on Museum Mile
From 82nd to 105th, it’s luxury living amid nine of the city’s most remarkable cultural institutions.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Museums
Diego Rivera: Master Muralist
For the first time in 80 years, five of the eight “portable murals” highlighted in his celebrated 1931 retrospective at MoMA are on view at the museum.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


Escada Sample Sale

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Shopping
Yael Sonia: Wear Your Art Out
The pieces in her Perpetual Motion collection are much more than decoration—they are wearable artworks.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Art
Hammer Galleries: Picasso on Park Avenue
Since moving to a stunning new Park Avenue space (between 57th and 58th Streets), the gallery has held several major exhibitions of Impressionist and Modern Masters.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Great Breakfasts: The Palm Court
Under the stained glass ceiling, and among the table orchids, are some sensational 21st-century breakfast choices.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Great Breakfasts: The National
The 125-seat restaurant in the restored 1927 Beaux-Arts Emery Roth building is warm, comfortable, and hip, sort of Left Bank meets Pottery Barn.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Great Breakfasts: The Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel
The menu is as sophisticated as the ambience with dishes like the light and delicious signature Lemon Ricotta Hot Cakes.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Great Breakfasts: Norma's
Totally international and with a creative spin, breakfast is served all day, blending comfort food with culinary adventures.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Down to Earth, Fine French at db Bistro Moderne
Daniel Boulud’s casual yet trendy midtown spot is one of NYC’s top French bistros.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Indoor and Outdoors at David Burke Kitchen
Three different ways to enjoy the locally sourced, creative fare that is Burke’s signature style.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Great Breakfasts: Brasserie
The fine French establishment is the power breakfast scene for midtown’s finance, healthcare, and publishing execs.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Great Breakfasts: Benjamin Steakhouse
For those travelers who love to start their day with something hearty.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas...Transform Yourself
Treatments, pampering, health, serenity, workouts, and a really good cup of post-massage cappuccino!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Met's Tougher Manon
In which the eternally feminine protagonist is, according to Anna Netrebko, the diva who portrays her, ‘a real woman, and I think it’s possible to make her quite bad.’
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


The Theatregoer's Guide, 2012 Spring Edition
A-listers galore, including Tony winners and nominees Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, John Lithgow and Nina Arianda are lighting Broadway's stages.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Virtual Voyager
Topflight tips for the discerning traveler, from MacKenzie-Childs rainboots and umbrellas to Stafford London's Baggage Emergency Response Squad.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Shopping
Talking with Breitling's Thierry Prissert
The Frenchman at the helm of Breitling USA explains why this watch brand truly has time on its side—in more ways than one.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Antiques
Where Shoes Meet Antiques
At Bergdorf's new shoe salon, the antiques specialists from Center44 provided some magic.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
The Runway Report: Black, White and Prints All Over
This season, new directions add zest to many tried-and-true themes:stripes, graphics, solids and of course, orange.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Crazy for Clutches
These little gems are always in style and that is obvious by the number of designers adding them to their lines.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Film
The Tribeca Film Festival
11 years in, it's a cultural phenomenon for New York City.
by Gene Seymour | View Article

Style
Style Shows: Fashion History on Display
At FIT, centuries of landmark designs will delight and dazzle and at BARD, a feast of millinery masterpieces.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
The Shopping News
Two new NYC shops: fabulous Fabergé, with its show-stopping handcrafted bijoux, and the glamorous leather lines at Perrin Paris
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Jewels That Whisper Glamour
For your own red-carpet events, subtle gems can speak volumes, and often do.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Angela and Audra: Broadway’s Great Ladies Back on the Boards
Two of theatre’s most celebrated women are on stage this season: Lansbury in "Gore Vidal's The Best Man" and McDonald in "The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess".
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


For Paul Taylor, a New Home on a Larger Stage
The company is decamping to Lincoln Center and Taylor’s work, says one of his star dancers, “is all about moving through space…the more space you have, the more you get to move.”
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Art Galleries
Lerebours Antiques: An Eclectic Collection
About her eponymous antiques gallery on East 60th Street, Cathy Lerebours, says "there is beauty in every period, so why limit yourself?"
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Eva Franco Sample Sale. Three Days Only!

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Fishtail Spotlighted in NY Daily News 'Dishes to Watch the Oscars By'
A recipe courtesy of celebrity chef David Burke of Fishtail was featured over the weekend in a New York Daily News article highlighting dishes inspired by this year's Oscar nominees.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Max Mara Sample Sale February 28-March 1

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Pratesi Fine Italian Linens, Up to 75% Off Retail Prices

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Bric's Milano Sample Sale February 29-March 3

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Charlotte Ronson, La Perla Lingerie, Gucci-Dior Sunglasses and More

by Aileen Jacobson | View Article


Ankasa Sale: Home Accessories and Furniture Collections

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Oscar Party at Fishtail for 30 Guests...Reserve Now!

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Jewelry
Adele Does DeBeers
Adele dazzles in DeBeers Diamond earrings at the Grammys.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana Sunday Wine and Dine

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David Burke at Bloomingdale's Valentine's Day at Home Menu

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Oceana's Power Lunch - 15% discount on Oceana Catering

by Promenade Staff | View Article


SPA WEEK’S VALENTINE’S DAY 10% OFF GIFT CARD SALE

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hickey Freeman, Hart Schaffner and Marx, Coppley and Bobby Jones Men's Brands up to 80% Off

by Promenade Staff | View Article


David Burke's Super Bowl Sunday Takeout Package: Feed Your Crowd for Just $139

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Final Two Weeks of Fred Gelb's Fur Clearance Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Dennis Basso Women's Fur Coats and Men's Shearlings

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Hammer Galleries at the American International Art Fair in Palm Beach

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New Pieces at NYC's Lerebours Antiques

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The Leopard at des Artistes Offers Prix Fixe for Fashion Week
The Leopard at des Artistes will be participating the Lincoln Square Fashion Plate Prix Fixe with the Leopard Piatto Unico, served for lunch only from February 9-16.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


David Burke Super Bowl Sunday Package
Hosting a Super Bowl party? Let David Burke handle the menu.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Roberto Cavalli Women' Sale

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Plein Sud Valentine's Day Prix Fixe Menu

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Prive Sale: FREE PEOPLE, WILL LEATHER GOODS, DEX, ALICE&TRIXIE, AND MANY MORE -- Up to 70% off retail

by Promenade Staff | View Article


This Week at Center44: Big, Bold and Beautiful
New York City's best art and antiques dealer.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Prada, Etro, Missoni and Gucci Sales Start Today

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Porthault Sample Sale
The famed French luxury linen company's semi-annual sale.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
News from FREYWILLE
The Viennese jewelry company announces a new presence on Rodeo Drive and their newest collection, the Lumière des Diamants.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


The New Bar Menu at Ben Benson's Steakhouse
Served all day at New York City's legendary dining establishment.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


New at Center44: Langs de Wal, purveyors of 19th and 20th Century works of art

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Spa Week's The Right Deal: 6 Brazilian Bikini Waxes for just $99

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SpaWeek: 1 Year of Unlimited Manicures for $490.

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Today: One Day Gift Card Sale at David Burke Restaurants in NYC
Receive an additional $25 for every $100 gift card purchased. Hurry, hurry, the sale ends Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 6 PM.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


On the Promenade - Conciege Newsletter - Holidays 2011

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Xmas at The Leopard at Des Artistes

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Christmas and New Year's Eve Dining - Special Menus from New York City's Top Restaurants
During the holidays, many of the city's top restaurants feature special menus for the week of Christmas and New Year's Eve, including special Christmas dinners. Here's a list at some of our favorites -- which will be updated regularly, so be sure to check back!
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Gift Cards from the Livanos Restaurant Group
The perfect present can be redeemed at any of the restaurants: Oceana, Molyvos, Abboccato in NYC and others outside the city.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Buy Del Frisco's Gift Cards, Get a Gift Back

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Oceana Restaurant Offers Feast of the Seven Fishes for Christmas Eve

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Benjamin Steakhouse Offers Special Menus for Christmas Day and New Year's Eve

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Caviar Russe Holiday Season Menu

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Style
The Holidays at Renowned Tobacconist Nat Sherman in NYC

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Ralph Lauren Sample Sale Starts Dec. 9

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New Year's Eve Dinner at La Silhouette

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Christmas Eve Dinner at La Silhouette

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Up to 80% Off Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Etro and More

by Promenade Staff | View Article


F.D: Rare, Vintage and Coveted at Fiona Druckenmiller's Gallery and Boutique

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Roger Vivier Sample Sale

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Charlotte Ronson Sample Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
The Kingsbrae Arms: Fit for a King, Indeed
Once upon a time (well, in 1897) in the sleepy little village of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, a prominent Nova Scotia businessman built a stunning vacation retreat for his family.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Going on Now: Judith Lieber, Lalique, Hearts on Fire, Michael C. Fina

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'Tis Always the Season to Shimmer and Shine at NYC's Day Spas

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


David Burke Kitchen Presents a Delicious December

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Lord & Taylor Fine Jewelry and Watch Trunk Show on December 7
On Wednesday, December 7, 2011, at 5pm, join Lord & Taylor in NYC (Fifth Ave. & 39th St.) for a night of shopping and fun with their Fine Jewelry & Watch Trunk Show.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art Galleries
Master Drawings New York
A week in January of fine works on paper.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
The Virtual Voyager - Winter 2011
Topflight tips for the discerning traveler...from the Missoni for Bric's luggage collection to Denmark's Titania's Castle.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Restaurant Interview: Ilya J. Panchernikov and Chris Agnew
Caviar Russe is a dining and shopping experience like no other: it's a retail purveyor of the best caviar and a fine restaurant offering distinct menus -- some caviar-centric and some not.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Travel
The Corinthia: London's Grand New Hotel, With a Modern Touch
"Dazzling" comes to mind when you enter the imposing, just-opened Corinthia Hotel off Trafalgar Square.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Glorious England: Town and Country
“This Sceptered Isle...,” as Shakespeare dubbed it, is rich in history, culinary delights, indulgent spas, and diverse culture in County Yorkshire and London.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


David Burke One-Day Sale on Monday, November 28

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The Theatregoer's Guide, 2011-12 Winter Edition
Theatrically speaking, the thermostat is bordering on "too hot to handle" as multi-award winning actors take center stage for the winter round of NYC openings.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
David Hyde Pierce on Off-Broadway
From his eleven seasons on Frasier to his recent string of Broadway triumphs, the versatile comedic actor returns to his seminal days of yesteryear... Off-Broadway.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Broadway Gets Religion
A wave of ecclesiastical musicals hitting the Great White Way have audiences talking - and lining up for tickets. And now, Godspell's part of the holy mix!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Jewelry
Talking With Wempe's President Rüdiger Albers
The coompany's president, who in 2012 will mark his 25th year with the company, discusses his business philosophy, the Pretty Woman effect, and why he doesn't mind making the coffee.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Beauty
'Tis Always the Season to Shimmer and Shine at NYC's Day Spas
The winter chill stalking the streets of Manhattan melts into warm serenity when you succumb to Gotham's joyful refrain of Spa-la-la-la!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Some Enchanted Evening at the Met
In a pastiche of plot and music, The Enchanted Island is performed by a cast of stars - including, in a bigger-than-life role, the ever-charismatic Plácido Domingo.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


SpaWeek's Spa and Wellness Gift Card

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Art
Looking Back at Dickens
On the 200th anniversary of the author's birth, the Morgan Library and Museum shares its rich collection of original manuscripts, letters, illustrations, and memorabilia.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Jewelry
Jewelry: Winter Whites and Rainbow Brights
These two looks will carry you right through dull and dreary wintry weather into glorious spring.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Special Gifts for Someone Special
Scoring gifts that will be meaningful means fresh, inventive thinking about someone's hobbies, passions, needs, and wants.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living Near Lincoln Center
Dwell in the lap of luxury and take a front-row seat at the world's finest cultural institution.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Museums
Cecil Beaton's Eye on the Stage
Sketches and photos for My Fair Lady and Coco and costumes for La Traviata and Turandot shine a light on the iconic photographer/designer's keen theatrical sensibility.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Gift Guide
Don't-miss picks for seasonal giving -- or a little self-indulgence.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Fur Fun: Chic...Warm...Elegant
This season, fur-faux and real-is in high demand and designers have used it everywhere: in trim, vests, muffs, hats, scarves, and of course, the classic coats and jackets.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Dressed to Thrill: Tuxedo Trends
Put any man in a tux-all dolled up-and he looks like a million bucks.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art Galleries
The Modern Masters in Paris....Hammer Galleries Tells Their Story
The exhibition features over 20 exceptional paintings by Marc Chagall, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso and Kees van Dongen, and more.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Fabulous Seafood at Oceana
Through Chef Ben Pollinger's innovative compositions, traditional preparations of whole fish and other offerings are transformed into superb global cuisine.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


The Leopard at Des Artistes
The recently opened restaurant is stationed in one of the most iconic spaces in New York City, the landmarked Hotel des Artistes, and is the former home of the renowned Café des Artistes.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


The Other Europeans: Mary, Queen of Scots
Small dishes are served on floral china, as if you are attending a tea party for the Queen, but there is nothing "tea party-ish" about this happening spot that attracts expats from the UK.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Other Europeans: La Fonda del Sol
This is the place to discover the elegance of Spanish wine in the outdoor café or the interior bar and casual tapas area, or the glass-enclosed formal dining room.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Other Europeans: From Serbia, Kafana
Vladimir Ocokoljic is an architect who spent years designing bars and restaurants...and decided to establish Kafana, a charming and rustic homage to his Serbian homeland.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Other Europeans: From Spain, Gastroarte
There's an excellent Spanish wine list and the tapas menu is a cornucopia of wonderfully colorful and inventive dishes.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Other Europeans: Viennese at Cafe Sabarsky
Entering Café Sabarsky, inside the Neue Galerie, with its early 20th-century furnishings, is like stepping into Old Vienna.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Other Europeans: Nordic Cuisine at Acquavit
Nordic cuisine is the rising star of the international culinary scene and Aquavit is leading the way in this country.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Nutcracker Nights....and Days
George Balanchine's version at Lincoln Center's Koch Theater, is New York City's must-see holiday treat for visitors, residents and, most of all, the children.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Taking Over at Alvin Ailey
As the company's third artistic director, Robert Battle moves forward with the acclaimed arts institution. "Even when I was dancing," he says, "[I was] thinking what can I do next?"
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Thanksgiving at David Burke Kitchen in NYC
The famed restaurateur's SoHo restaurant will be offering a "finger lickin'" Thanksgiving meal
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Style
Day's End at Davidoff
A smooth smoke after work at one of New York City's finest cigar lounges.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Mindful Gifts at Bloomingdale's
Bloomingdale's embraces the seasonal spirit with a holiday collection from celebrities like Heidi Klum that benefits a worthy cause.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Travel
Porto Cupecoy: A Heavenly Escape in Saint Martin
If you're dreaming about a warm-weather get-away, then think no farther south than Saint Martin/Sint Maarten, an island paradise, shared in the spirit of neighborly friendliness by the French and Dutch for nearly 350 years.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Bulgari Sale: Watches, jewelry, handbags, accessories and fragrance

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A Thanksgiving Feast from David Burke at Bloomingdale's
Forget about doing all the shopping and cooking yourself this year; pick up prepared sides and deboned turkey from David Burke and Living Social.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


SpaWeek's The Right Deal: 6 Laser Hair Removal Treatments

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Sferra Linens: Up to 70% Off Fine Linens

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana Special: Complimentary Lunch When You Book a Private Lunch Event

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Joseph Abboud Sample Sale

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Celebrate Thanksgiving in NYC With the Livanos Restaurant Group
Tired of doing all the cooking on Thanksgiving? New York City restaurants Oceana, Abboccato, Molyvos, and Moderne Barn are all preparing special menus for the holiday.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Join Abboccato for their NYC Maration Eve Pasta Dinner on November 5
Preparing to run in the 2011 NYC Marathon? Or are you just looking for a great Italian meal? Join Abboccato as they offer a special Marathon Eve pasta dinner.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art Galleries
Modern Masters and Beyond at Hammer Galleries in NYC
Featuring over 20 exceptional paintings by Chagall, Léger, Matisse, Miró, Picasso and van Dongen, as well as significant sculptures by Dubuffet, Miró, Matisse and Calder.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


It's a Mod, Mod World at Center44, Midtown Manhattan's Antiques and Modern Marketplace

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Thanksgiving at The Leopard at Des Artistes

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James Perse
James Perse Sample Sale
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15% or More Off at Bric's Fine Luggage and Leather Goods

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com: $19 Brazilian Wax Plus Free Gift

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Hickey Freeman Bobby Jones: Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Sportswear

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Pratesi Sale; Fine Italian Linens, Bedding Table and Towel

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Join Oceana for Food Network's 'Halloween Wars' Week 3
Chef Jansen and Team "Boo" have advanced again on Food Network's "Halloween Wars." Join them in the cafe on Sunday, Oct. 16, for week 3's episode.
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Abboccato Ristorante Celebrates 7 Years With Special Menu Items & More
Tanti Auguri, Abboccato! Celebrate the first seven years of the Livanos Restaurant Group's seventh restaurant from October 10-31 as Chef Jim Botsacos features an opening menu favorite. Plus: Nonna's Sunday Pasta Dinner.
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La Silhouette Restaurant Earns Accolades from NYC Concierges, Zagat 2012
With almost a year under its belt, chic French newcomer La Silhouette, a stunning restaurant located on the cusp of the Theater District and Hell’s Kitchen, has taken home the gold.
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A New Crudo Section for Caviar Lovers at Manhattan's Caviar Russe - Plus Sunday Hours Through the Holidays
Chef Christopher Agnew is continuing his focus on raw product at Caviar Russe. Plus, Sunday hours through the holidays.
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Oceana Restaurant Earns Michelin Star
Michelin Star recipients for the MICHELIN Guide for New York City 2012 have been announced, and among the NYC restaurants earning the honor was Oceana, home to the innovative seafood cuisine of executive chef Ben Pollinger.
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Abboccato's New Happy Hour Menu and Nonna's Sunday Pasta Dinner

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With a New Greek Cuisine Twist, a Greek American Thanksgiving at NYC's Molyvos Restaurant

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At Oceana: The Big Bass Dinner and the New Oyster Special

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The Center44 Shout Out: Little Things Mean a Lot

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Fine Cashmere Knitwear, Outerwear and More at Loro Piana Sale

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FD Gallery - September's New Arrivals

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The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary - Live and In Theaters This October
NCM Fathom and Omniverse Vision are partnering to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber's history-making The Phantom of the Opera with a fully staged musical celebration broadcast LIVE from London's Royal Albert Hall.
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James Perse Sample Sale in Chelsea Market

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Jewelry
Kwiat Charity Campaign for Safe Drinking Water
Profits from Kwiat's Diamond Waterdrop Bracelet go to benefit charity:water.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


'Pop/Op' from Center44 in NYC
The latest at midtown Manhattan's antiques and modern marketplace.
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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com: 60 Minute Aromatherapy Massage for Just $55

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Beauty
Day Spas...Gotham's Elite Retreats
The New York Palace Spa and Spa Martier are two of NYC's most impressive spots for pampering. And the 15th edition of Spa Week is coming up.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


A Fall Theatregoer's Guide
From the Martin Luther King epic, The Mountaintop, to the stage version of Bonnie & Clyde, it's a season not to be missed.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Virtual Voyager
From comfortable slippers to boxing glove pillows, some topflight tips for the discerning traveler............
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Tumi Tales
As the purveyor of fine luggage prepares to open its ninth Manhattan store this October on the Upper West Side, Promenade sat down with the brand's president and CEO to learn more about the insight behind the innovative designs.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Jewelry
A Visit to A. LANGE & SÖHNE
Behind the scenes at the Glashütte "manufactory," where timeless timepieces coveted by watch collectors around the world are made by hand.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Cruising Through The Peruvian Amazon and the Mediterranean
Two aquatic escapades: An exotic journey to the birthplace of the Amazon, and an adventure sailing through the Straits of Gibraltar
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Fashion's Night Out At Bloomingdale's

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Theater
Celebrity Profile: Rachel Griffiths
Making her Broadway debut in Other Desert Cities, the awesome Aussie actress is "honored, humbled, and terrified."
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Restaurant Interview with Richard Sandoval
At his international restaurant empire, including a partnership with Placido Domingo, he's still hands-on.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living on Central Park
Stunning residences along New York City's biggest park strike the perfect balance between a bustling and bucolic lifestyle.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Willem de Kooning: His Career from Beginning to End
MoMA's exhibit is the first major museum show ever devoted to the entire career of this extraordinary Abstract Expressionist painter.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


The Life House Chiropractic - Introductory Offer for New Patients
The Life House Chiropractic is Manhattan's only Torque Release specific Chiropractor, delivering gentle adjustments with one of the newest chiropractic techniques to relieve and eliminate pain.
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Performing Arts
Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera
In the scenic shops, magic is made by skillful artisans.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Precious Gems Cut Two Ways: To Gleam or Glow
Two cuts, cabochons or faceted, bring sparkle a plenty.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art Galleries
THE HAMMER GALLERIES: Mixing tradition and technology
At its new Park Avenue home, Hammer Galleries is articulating and redefining the future of art appreciation and acquisition for the 21st-century.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Fall Fashion: The NYC Runway Report
Winter wonders...Powerful prints, camel classics, rouge that roars, and tailored touches....
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Editor's Picks: Perfect Scents
Some 200 fragrances will be introduced to the marketplace by year's end. Here are a few of the newer ones debuting this season.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Manhattan's Restaurant/Lounges: SD26 Wine Bar and Lounge

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Manhattan's Downstairs Lounges: Plein Sud and Toro Lounge

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Manhattan's Downstairs Lounges: Los Feliz

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Manhattan's Downstairs Lounges: Lamb's Club Restaurant and Lounge

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Manhattan's Downstairs Lounges: Sandoval's FOUR and DohYO

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Manhattan's Restuarant/Lounges: Bar Downstairs at the Andaz

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Making News at the NY Philharmonic
The orchestra's music director, Alan Gilbert - a fine musician with a canny intellect, a solid technique and a commanding aura of self-confidence - is leading with a sense of adventure.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


Promenade Picks: The Leopard at Des Artistes
At the former home of the renowned Café des Artistes, The Leopard has ambiance to spare and remarkable food rooted in Southern Italian traditions.
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Sir Paul McCartney - and His Daughter, Stella - Rock the New York City Ballet
"I have never worked with a composer who is as interested in seeing the dance," says Peter Martins, the company's artistic director, of McCartney and his four-movement score.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Sightseeing
9/11 Memorial Events Around NYC

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Sightseeing
Ten Years After, the 9/11 Memorial Opens
After a decade of grieving, healing, and resilience, the National 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site, is opening on the anniversary, marking a monumental change to the city.
by Karli Petrovic | View Article

Luxury Properties
Miami's Marquis Residences Reaches 70 Percent Sold
International Sales Rise With the Addition of Sage App and Americor Mortgage
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Fashion's Night Out: Shop After Hours and Celebrate Style
The third annual fashionista festival hits the streets on Sept. 8., from 6-11pm. Time to shop, see the stars and join the late- night parties.
by Christine Tarulli | View Article


Women's and Men's Summer Sales at Chelsea Market This Weekend

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The New Rachel Zoe Collection Debuts at Bloomingdale's
The celebrity stylist's first line includes must-have ready-to-wear, shoes and handbags.
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What's New at F.D.Gallery and Boutique in August

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Great deals on cuts, styling and highlights at Isaac Salon on the Upper East Side

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com: Brazilian Wax and more for $30

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Visiting Atlanta

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Celebrate With Friends at Oceana's Big Bass Dinner

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com

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Museums
Late Night Hours for the Final Weekend of the Alexander McQueen Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Every Sunday, 50% Off on Wine from Oceana Restaurant's 800-Bottle Collection

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Travel
Ocean Reef Club - Paradise for Members and Guests Alike
To paraphrase that famous American Express commercial, there are, indeed, privileges that accrue with membership...and that is certainly apparent at the tropical, nirvana-like, but homey, Ocean Reef Club on Key Largo, an hour's drive from Miami International Airport.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Steuben Mid-Summer Sale - July 13-15
The Steuben Flagship Store at 667 Madison Avenue is hosting its first mid-summer sale, with select items at 30% off
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Molyvos and Abboccato Extending Restaurant Week Offerings Through Labor Day

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com

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Complimentary Treatments with $100 Purchase at Queen Jane Day Spa...Uptown and Midtown

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com

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Alan Rickman Headed to Broadway this Fall in a New Comedy, 'Seminar'

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Center 44: This Week's Shout Out from Midtown's Antiques and Modern Marktplace

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Art Galleries
Hammer Galleries' Modern Masters Exhibition Extended Through September 9, 2011

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Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com

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Escada Sample Sale

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The Magic on Manhattan Convention Pays Tribute to a Legend June 24-25, 2011
Experience a piece of history that will never be repeated: two celebrity magic shows in commemoration of legendary magician and film star John Calvert’s 100th birthday!
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Frette Fine Italian Linens, Up to 80% Off: New Merchandise Has Arrived

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Center 44: The Shout Out from Midtown's Antiques and Modern Marktplace

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Galliano, Armani, Cavalli, Missoni, Valentino and More

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Buccellati Sale: Jewelry,Watches and Silver

by Phyllis Singer | View Article


Frette Fine Italian Linens, Up to 80% Off

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Oceana's Lobster in the Park Outdoor Stand Now Open!
Don't miss the restaurant's Maine lobster roll stand, Mondays through Fridays this summer.
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Now Open - David Burke Garden at The James New York
This unparalleled outdoor space has its own bar, seating for 130, a private chef's table and private cabanas.
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Travel
Wishing You Were Fishing
Make your adventure dreams come true at Orvis' camp at the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Center 44: The Shout Out from Midtown's Antiques and Modern Marktplace

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B. Smith's to Host 2011 Tony Awards Viewing Party on Sunday, June 12

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Remi's Wine, Lunch & Dinner Menus for Summer 2011

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Fiona Druckemiller's Newsletter

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Ralph Lauren Cruise and Summer Collections

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Ralph Lauren: Men's and Women's Luxury Apparel and Accessories

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Classical is a Contender
At the Lincoln Center Festival, classical music - often in the background during the annual summer event - has a front row seat.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Travel
The Virtual Voyager - Summer 2011
From the Eastern & Oriental Express to New Zealand's TreeTop Estate, topflight tips for the discerning traveler.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


A Stunning Shakespearean Summer
This year, thanks to Lincoln Center's Summer Festival and the Royal Shakespeare Company, the stakes are raised to the celestial rafters.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Southern Comfort: Lexington, KY and Colonial Williamsburg
Two stunning, picturesque towns below the Mason-Dixon Line serve up pastoral scenery, fascinating history, diverse culture, and the perfect mint julep
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Theatregoer's Guide: 2011 Summer Edition
Suddenly This Summer: A Little Bit Classy; a Little Bit Loopy; a Little Bit Rock and Roll.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Theatre Profile: Brooke Shields
The flawless beauty, who has gone from supermodel to superstar, is the new Morticia in Broadway's hit musical "The Addams Family."
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Summer Sweets
Think silky-smooth ice creams, melt-in-your-mouth gelati, and thirst-quenching sorbetti, all served up in tempting, "curated" flavors.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Style
We Just Wanna' Have Fun
It's the time of year for colorful clothes, rainbow-bright accessories, and one-of-a-kind outdoor furniture.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
Style Interview: Talking With Fiona Druckenmiller
The collector on her passion for the rare and vintage items in F.D, her gallery-boutique that's added a new element to the Upper East Side.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas: Go for the Glow
Two of New York's savviest spas and their stellar aestheticians speak to your body-beautiful needs during the height of the heat with pampering élan.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Spa Week Presents TheRightDeal.com

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The Restaurant Interview: Marc Murphy
With four restaurants on his plate -- two Landmarcs and two Ditch Plains -- he proves that nice guys finish first.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Luxury Properties: The Ultimate in Summer Living
In a city with limited outdoor space, an alfresco lifestyle demands the right amenities. These properties are well equipped for luxury in the sun.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


The Plaza Hotel: An Urban Resort
Experience the transformed Plaza Hotel, an urban resort containing everything you could possibly imagine: shops, restaurants and bars, a spa, salon, hotel, and even a new gym.
by Promenade Staff | View Article

Style
When the Designer Is Gone: The Design House Dilemma
No matter what the fresh talent creates, there are the inescapable comparisons to what was and what might have been.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Art
Alexander McQueen: Breaking All the Fashion Rules
'That's what I'm here for,' said Alexander McQueen. 'To demolish the rules but to keep the tradition.' In this brilliant exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute, the late designer's irreverent genius lives on.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Simply Mad About Madison Avenue
It's paradise for both discerning neighborhood shoppers and cosmopolitan city visitors -- hailing from Argentina to Zanzibar.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Editor's Pick: Time Travelers
In faraway destinations, keep track of the minutes with elegant dual-zone watches.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Shopping
MacKenzie-Childs in the Hamptons
If you long for that Courtly Check for your vacation home or need a hostess gift while in the Hamptons, you can visit MacKenzie-Childs' newest retail store in Southampton, New York.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Dining: David Burke Kitchen at the James Hotel New York
The restaurant offers three different ways to enjoy the locally sourced, creative fare that is Burke's signature style.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Crossbar
It's Todd English's modern interpretation of "Head to Tail" pork cooking, from retro snacks to whole roasted suckling pig dinners.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: Pampano
One flight up, off the intersection of 49th Street and Third Avenue, is an elegant townhouse terrace where you can dine outdoors on some of the city's finest Mexican cuisine.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: The Sea Grill
In summer, the Rockefeller Center skating rink disappears and the Sea Grill terrace -- with umbrellas and plants -- is an outdoor dining room.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: Oceana
According to Executive Chef Ben Pollinger, people eat more raw fish in summer and there is plenty to tempt you here.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: Itrulli
In summer, you can dine in the garden and watch the tomatoes grow while a waterfall provides background "music."
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: Inside Park St. Bart's
There's no need to leave town for a summer clambake; there's one on Park Avenue in the heart of midtown on the porch of a cathedral.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Alfresco Dining: Blue Water Grill
Executive Chef Matt Hughes is inspired by the Union Square green market's bounty. "We have more fun with the menu in summer," he says. The accompaniments often come from just across the street each day.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Art
How the Whitney Was Born
With her purchase of four paintings from the group known as "The Eight," heiress and sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney paved the way for the founding of the museum. A new show features works she acquired between 1908 and 1933.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


His Star Turn
Cory Stearns, dancer and model, will perform for the first time in New York as a principal during the ABT's Metropolitan Opera House season. His ringlets, virtuosity and elegance will be on display in a new work and the classics.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Joseph Abboud Sale Through Thursday, May 26th

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Women's Sample Sales at Chelsea Market '

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Father's Day Special at Oceana

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Spa WeekPresents TheRightDeal.com

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Summer at The Four Seasons Restaurant

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Aureole's Three-Course Sunday Supper...New Each Week

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Ugg Sample Sale

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Up to 80% Off on Eva Franco, Free People, Number:Lab and Sumptious Sferra Linens

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Armani Sale: Starts May 14th

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Enjoy Mother's Day Dining at Oceana, Molyvos or Abboccato

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Catherine Malandrino Sample Sale Today, May 5, Through Sunday

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Up to 70% off from Christofle, Judith Lieber, Hearts on Fire, and Michael C. Fina

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Mother's Day Pre-Fixe Menu at Benjamin Steakhouse -- only $59.95

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Missoni and M Missoni Sample and Stock Sale

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Nancy Gonzalez Exotic Skin Handbags

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Mother's Day Sweets at David Burke's Restaurants

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Aureole's New Pastry Chef's Mother's Day Specials

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Beauty
New York Fashion Beauty Offering $5 Facials to Benefit Smile Train

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Easter Dining at The Livanos Restaurant Group

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Children's Premium Sample Sale, Plus Wine Glasses from Riedel

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Baccarat Spring Two-Day Sale

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Italian Designers Sample & Stock Sale...Now including Giorgio Armani

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Davidoff of Geneva Introduces AVO '85th' Anniversary Edition Cigar 2011

by Promenade Staff | View Article


What's New at Center 44: Midtown Manhattan's Antiques and Modern Marketplace

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Loro Piano: Exquisite Cashmere for Women and Men

by Promenade Staff | View Article


For the Men: HART SCHAFFNER MARX and COPPLEY, up to 80% Off

by Phyllis Singer | View Article


Prive Men's and Women's Sale at Chelsea Maket Through Sunday

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Mother's Day at the Four Seasons

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Bric's Sample Sale
From Wednesday, March 30, 2011 through Friday, April 1, the luggage specialty store will be hosting a three-day sample sale, offering up to 90% off retail prices.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Jennifer Tyler Cashmere and More

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Escada Sample Sale

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James Perse Sample Sale; Men/Women/Accessories

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Art Galleries
SOFA NEW YORK: A Splendid Show

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
At the Works Gallery, Timeless Beauty from American Estate
A stunning collection of silver cuffs, hand-made in Long Island City and sold on Madison Ave.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


The Gracious Plaza Hotel: Where to Eat Now

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Charlie Palmer's Own Wines
Try them at his New York restaurants...Aureole and Metrazur...or order online, of course.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Escada for Spring and Summer: Natural Palette, Animal Prints

by Christine Tarulli | View Article


England: Where to Stay in Dorset and the Lake District

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


From Farm to Table: The Harrison
Owner/Chef Jimmy Bradley uses locally grown food as much as possible for a menu that changes eight times a year.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


From Farm to Table: Telepan
Local farmers have always inspired Telepan's cooking whether he's rhapsodizing over baby purple asparagus from New Jersey or creating a delicious peanut soup after meeting a peanut farmer at the greenmarket.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


From Farm to Table: Rouge Tomate
Tthere is a Nordic feel to the Upper East Side's Michelin-starred Rouge Tomate, which aims to provide healthy cuisine with the freshest ingredients from local producers.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


From Farm to Table: Gotham Bar and Grill
Long before anybody used the term "farm to table," Chef Alfred Portale was sourcing his new American table with produce from nearby farms and fisheries.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


From Farm to Table: Marc Forgione
Chef Forgione gets truly excited about the local greenmarket just down the street: "We wheel our shopping cart there and load up."
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


The Four Seasons Restaurant in Spring
"Changing the menu every season has been a tradition here for decades," says co-Executive Chef Pecko Zantilaveevan.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Abboccato: True Italian in the Heart of Manhattan
Abboccato, meaning "pleasing to the mouth" in Italian, features all the classic and recognizable meals and appetizers native to Italy.
by Peter Bradley | View Article


From Farm to Table: Aureole
Owner/Chef Charlie Palmer's philosophy has always focused on regional ingredients and there are many ways to enjoy that here.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


A Theatregoer's Guide: 2011 Spring Edition

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Virtual Voyager
Watch the Royal Wedding at luxury hotels in New York and enjoy a fabulous breakfast.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Gloriously Green: The Lush Lake District and the Dramatic Jurassic Coast
England's seductive Cumbria and Dorset Counties lure cyclists, hikers, literarature-lovers and amateur anthropologists. After all, Beatrix Potter lived near Lake Windermere and dinosaurs once roamed the Dorset coastline.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Celebrity Profile: Joel Grey
The former Joel Katz of Cleveland, Ohio is currently double-dipping -- creatively speaking -- as a performer on Broadway in Anything Goes and a photographer with a high-profile exhibit at The Museum of the City of New York.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


At Mackenzie-Childs, The Reign of the Court(ly) Jester

by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


The Whimsical World of MacKenzie-Childs
With a new spring line blooming in its flagship store in midtown, the company continues to expand one of the most unique and exciting brands in the home furnishings market.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Valentino, Moschino, Roberto Cavalli, Blumarine ...starts March 9th

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Talking With Sasson Basha
The son of Aaron Basha, designer of the iconic "Baby Shoe" and "Evil Eye" collections, discusses his family's multi-generational jewelry business and its philosophy of whimsy and fun.
by Rachel Brodsky | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas ...Savor the Sublime
Forget robin red breasts and wee buds in bloom. The essential harbinger of spring is self-regeneration: the shedding of snow-and-ice-tortured skin cells within the serene walls of Manhattan's most exclusive spas....Vernal rhapsody at its most indulgent.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Restaurant Interview: Jim Botsacos
Molyvos' executive chef approaches his 3-star Greek cuisine in a modern way. The result: A distinctly Greek-tasting menu that's "outside of the ordinary."
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Striking Structures in the Sky
See what the biggest names in New York City architecture have recently added to the horizon.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


A Wonderful Tale of Lust and L'amour
For the first time since it was written in 1828, the Met stages Rossini's elegant, yet sexy Le Comte Ory, with a great cast in challenging roles.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Art
The Forbidden City's Private Paradise
Built as a retirement enclave for an Emperor, the Qianlong Garden has been closed since 1924. Now, a new show at the Met features murals, paintings, and thrones, among the 90 treasures from the compound.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Fashion
Women and Their Luxury Bags: A Love Story

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
What's in Style? The Unpredictable
From fruit-inspired prints to biker chic to plunging hemlines, the looks for spring mix it up.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Taking the Fifth
The Avenue, that is. One of the world's grandest shopping streets has it all.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Watches
Watching Time Fly
With the two big international watch shows revealing their treasures, spring is the time of year to scope hot, new objects of desire.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Martha's Children
Graham left a major imprint on modern dance, say the choreographers whose companies are appearing all over town this spring.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Winter and Spring at Oceana: Sunday Specials and The Big Bass Dinner

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Prive Sample Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


First-ever Roberta Freymann sale. Whimsical jewelry, clothes and accessories.

by Promenade Staff | View Article


At Molyvos, 6-Course Dinner with Wine Pairings from the Kitma Pavlidis Winery

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Fine Italian Linens by Pratesi...up to 75% Off

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Giuliana Teso End-of-Season Fur Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Domenico Vacco Sale: Men's and Women's

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Share Your Worst Fashion Story and Win a Year of Radley Accessories

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Ralph Lauren Home up to 60% Off Retail

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Four Seasons: Sign Up for Special Dinner Celebrating Italy's Finest Sparkling Wine

by Promenade Staff | View Article


At Oceana, 50% off bottled wines every Sunday!

by Promenade Staff | View Article


UGG sample sale! And Gucci, Prada and more!

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
Amanyara: Splendor at an Island Sanctuary
While Belonger is a legal status--and many descendents of British Loyalist families who fled America in the late 1700s have that status--there is at least another way to be an "emotional" belonger
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Tourneau: Famous Brand Name Watches

by Promenade Staff | View Article


David Burke Kitchen Opens at the James New York

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Cristóbal Balenciaga: An Amazing Exhibit on The Material Man

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


From Prive: Edun Women and Paul La Fontaine Men's Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Temple St. Clair Jewelery and Rena Lange Designs

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Couture Fashion Week at the Waldorf
From Feb. 18-20, see the collections of fine international designers, visit art exhibits and enjoy luxury products and services.
by Promenade Staff | View Article


A Special Tasting Menu for Oceana's Month of Romance, Plus 50% Off on Sundays on any Bottle of Wine

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Dennis Basso Furs for Women and Men

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Golden Globes 2011 Fashion Favorites
Check out some of our favorite fashion looks from the Golden Globe Awards.
by Rachel Brodsky | View Article


50% off at George Smith: Luxury, handmade furniture designs

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Snow Day Discount at Memphis: 40% off for today's performances

by Promenade Staff | View Article


The First-Ever Broadway Week: 2 for 1 Tickets

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Billy Elliot: 40% off tonight and tomorrow's matinee
Plus a free ticket at Miss Abigail's Guide...if you have a "Jan" in your name.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Designer Fur Sale at Maximilian Furs at Bloomingdales...Grand Finale Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Sample Sale: Pologeorgis Fur...
Featuring designs by Michael Kors, Zac Posen, Zandra Rhodes and more!
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Luxury Linens from Leron: Bed, bath and table at 25% off

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Oceana's New Year's Eve Menu...A Great Chef's Tasting

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Special Price on American Estate Jewelry's Forever Bell

by Promenade Staff | View Article


New Year's Eve at Jimmy, The James New York's Rooftop Bar

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Our Favorite Things for the Holidays at Reinstein Ross

by Promenade Staff | View Article


New Year's Eve at '21' Club: Early Evening Festivities and the Countdown to Midnight Party

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Michael Kors on Madison and 76th: Don't Miss the 50%-Off Fall and Pre-fall Sale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


On Sat., Dec. 4 at '21' Club, Enjoy a Special Lunch and Sing Along With the Salvation Army Chorale

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Great Museums, Great Food
Almost every museum offers fine dining these days: Here are some ideas for pleasing your palate while pleasing your eye.
by Rebecca Forbes | View Article


Heavenly Holiday Teas at London's Hilton Park Lane
There is arguably no better city on the planet than London for eager travelers to take afternoon tea
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The City's Fabulous Food Halls

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Unwind in Capetown
Take a pre-safari trip and relax at the Spa at the newly renovated, breathtaking Cape Grace Hotel.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
A Safari Adventure: Luxury Amid the Wildlife
At sumptuous campsites in Botswana and at Victoria Falls, you are in the outback without fences, where the land belongs to the elephants and monkeys, giraffes and lions, and even more exotic animals.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Asian Dining: Hakubai
This Michelin-rated traditional Japanese restaurant in the Kitano Hotel offers simply elegant cuisine with roots in Zen Buddhism and the Japanese tea ceremony.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Asian Dining: Asiate
This romantic restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, offers an elegant Asian-inspired international menu.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Asian Dining: Shun Lee
A New York landmark since 1971, Shun Lee is a fine authentic Chinese restaurant in an elegant setting.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Asian Dining: Tao
A fusion of Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisine in a grand Asian temple.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Asian Dining: Sushi Zen
Toshio Suzuki, executive chef of Sushi Zen, has been serving sushi since 1984. Put yourself in his hands.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Asian Dining: Buddakan
In this stunning restaurant, the glamourous people dine on sophisticated Chinese cuisine.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Dining: SD26
The new 26th Street location is really a different restaurant altogether, keeping only the initials of San Domenico--the former flagship eatery--as an homage.
by Marian Betancourt | View Article

Jewelry
F.D
On the Upper East Side, Fiona Druckenmiller's treasure trove of vintage jewelry, glass, fine art and sculpture for acclaimed designers and craftsmen.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Theatre Profile: Linda Lavin
The Tony-winning actress is co-starring in Jon Robin Baitz' Other Desert Cities, a play filled with what she calls "truths that are magnetic in their honesty."
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Theatregoer's Guide to a Starry Winter
Stockard Channing, Jennifer Coolidge, Brendan Fraser, Olympia Dukakis, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Denis O'Hare....the list of stars from stage and screen is long this season.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Heart of the Modern Home
Open kitchens with contemporary, streamlined designs are redefining luxury residences throughout Manhattan.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Museums
Home and Design
At MoMA, MAD and the Met, the household aesthetic, especially in the kitchen, is the subject of three unusual shows.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


Talking With Ben Pollinger
In Oceana's elegant open kitchen, the executive chef pairs his love affair with seafood and the restaurant's famed global cuisine.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


A New Classic from ABT
For the first time in New York during the holiday season, ABT is presenting The Nutcracker, with one of the company's stars, Gillian Murphy, dancing an unusual role.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Personal Passions
Seven performances in the city this season that this critic won't miss. Perhaps you shouldn't either!
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Style
The Gift Guide
Don't-miss picks for your seasonal giving -- or just a little self-indulgence!
by Promenade Staff | View Article


Editor's Picks: Gifts for the Handy Man
When it comes to using their hands, men need all the right stuff
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas
At Caudalie at The Plaza and the Spa at Trump Soho, sooth, shimmer and surrender.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Virtual Voyager - Fall 2010
From Tokyo's airport planetarium to the Four Seasons TLC for your PDA, topflight tips for discerning travelers
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Jewelry
White Hot for Winter
With diamonds and sparkling rocks, razzle dazzle 'em when it's cold outside
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Holiday Show Guide
New York's holiday stages -- from the much beloved Rockettes at Radio City to the spirited new Broadway musical production of Elf -- promise a season of magic and fun!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


The Giving Season
Great ideas to please your special people at holiday time and beyond...
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Fur is High Flyin' This Season
Faux and real...it's everywhere, with leopard the hot look!
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Talking With: Yael Sonia
The New York-born jewelry designer draws inspiration from her multicultural background to create bold, playful designs meant to awaken the inner child.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Save 20% on Lobird's Stationery Products

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Seasonal Specials at The Four Seasons Restaurant

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Graphic Image Secret Sale Winner

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Autumn Specials and Xmas Eve at Oceana

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Aureole Specials: Post-theatre and Sunday Nights

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Complimentary Wine at Lunch This and Every Friday at the Four Seasons Restaurant

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Winter Happenings at '21' Club

by Promenade Staff | View Article


October at David Burke's Restaurants: Win Prizes, Enjoy Specials at the WineFest

by Promenade Staff | View Article


One Night Only: With Spain's Greatest Winemakers at the Four Seasons

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Fine Quality Leather Accessories: Save 30% at GraphicImage.com

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Avo Cigars and Davidoff of Geneva Present the New AvoHeritage Line

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Travel
London's Dorchester: A Spa for All Seasons
The handsome gentleman in the lavish, show-white terry robe was resting serenely in an oversize divan in the relaxation room of the Dorchester Hotel's spa
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Glitzy, Ritzy and Just Right: Madrid's Hotel Ritz
If you haven't heard of César Ritz (1850-1918), then you most likely haven't stayed in one "his" opulent, eponymous hotels
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Virtual Voyager: Topflight Tips for the Discerning Traveler

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Veiled Venice: Discover the City's Hidden Gems with an Ex-Pat New Yorker

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
Venice to Athens: Crystal Cruises' Fabulous Voyage
With port stops in Ravenna, the Greek isles, the Turkish seaside and Istanbul, travelers meander the Mediterranean in ultimate style.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Theatregoer's Guide: A Dream Docket of Stage and Screen Legends
Al Pacino, Patti LuPone, Laura Linney, James Earl Jones, and Vanessa Redgrave are just a few of the stars shining on Broadway this season.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Talking With Reinstein/Ross' Andrew Schloss
As one of the new owners of the legendary jeweler, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Schloss pays homage to the company's original iconic designs, hand-made on the Madison Avenue premises.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Promenade Luxe List - Stacked Rings & Bracelets
Pity poor Venus de Milo. No hands, let alone arms, for stacking rings and bracelets. From time immemorial, women have sought to embellish their appendages with sparkling things-many sparkling things.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Spa Week Extended! Go to Spaweek.com for Participating Spas.

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas...Escape at Remede, Take the Salts at Halo
Plus....don't miss the discounts at Spa Week in New York
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Luxury Properties
Managing the Investment, Platinum Properties' Style
"Manhattan is a very international city," says Daniel Hedaya, executive vice president of Platinum Properties, a boutique real estate brokerage and management company based in downtown Manhattan that also has a satellite office in Paris.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Luxury Properties
Investing in the Pied-a-Terre and Then Some
Softer prices and a more stable market are providing smart investment opportunities for those who know where to look.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Museums
Living Large at MoMA
For the first time in more than 40 years, some 300 works from the Abstract Expressionist movement that shook the art world with both their size and their artistic aims are being displayed together.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


Levine and Luisi
At the Met this season, James Levine, the legendary music director, celebrates 40 years on the podium and Fabio Luisi, the new principal guest conductor, strengthens his ties to New York.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Jewelry
Keeping Time
A. Lange & Sohne. Cartier. Girard-Perregaux. Rolex. Treasures from these renowned watchmakers are all part of Hampton Carney's ever-expaning collection.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Tie One On

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Talking With Charlie Palmer
It's an invigorating life for Aureole's chef/owner.....with 13 restaurants, 4 cookbooks, 2 wine shops and even a store for table top and home ware.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Open Kitchens: Jean-Georges's Mercer Kitchen

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Open Kitchens: Todd English's Olives

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Open Kitchens: Seafood, Steaks, and More at Bar Americain

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Open Kitchens: Tastes of Portugal at Aldea

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Open Kitchens: Signature Italian at A Voce

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Open Kitchens: An Aegean Feast at Kellari Taverna

by Marian Betancourt | View Article


Oceana: Sumptuous Seafood and a Striking Raw Bar

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Shopping
The Runway Report: A Season of Winter Wows!

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


A Dance Season Bursting on the NY Stages
From brief, but brilliant, performances by companies from far and wide, to Matthew Bourne's all-male Swan Lake, it's a season of masterpieces, new creations and international treasures.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Theater
Eric Bogosian: Theatre Is the Love of His Life
Back on stage in "Time Stands Still", the actor, playwright, novelist, monologist, and social observer is a cult hero to those who aspire to all of the above.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


August 20th: National Lemonade Day at David Burke's Restaurants

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Four Seasons Restaurant: Kids Dine Free on August 20!

by Promenade Staff | View Article


25% off All Treatment Sessions at Halo/Air Salt Rooms in Chelsea

by Promenade Staff | View Article


July 12th: Summer Clambake Dinner at Fishtail by David Burke

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Escape to Doral Arrowwood

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Fashion
Shop on the Wild Side

by Christine Tarulli | View Article


Chicken Little Sundays at David Burke Townhouse

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Summer Happenings at '21' Club

by Promenade Staff | View Article


Roman Holiday at the Intercontinental de la Ville Roma

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Broadway by the Decade
I give you nostalgia, history, fashion, hairstyles and music - the timeline markers that ensure "period" shows will always rank among Broadway's most prized possessions.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Beauty
Summertime Spas...Calming and Cooling

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


French Bistros: Brasserie Cognac de Monsieur Ballon

by Ellis Whitman | View Article

Luxury Properties
Exclusive Apartments, Lavish Landscapes
Opulent outdoor spaces are treasured amenities at these stunning New York residences.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


The Virtual Voyager - Summer 2010

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Jewelry
Style Interview: Talking with David Yurman
Inspired by a cable on the Brooklyn Bridge, the designer of the twisted helix bracelet is marking 30 years in the business with his Madison Avenue Townhouse boutique.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Travel
An Amazing African Adventure
With two perfect guides, the mysteries of the Serengeti are revealed amid the pleasures of a luxurious lodge.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Edie Falco on Stage
The former Mrs. Soprano -- now starring in This Wide Night as a frumpy ex-con --talks about her choice of roles and the people she loves.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Museums
NYC's Smaller Museums: Unlocking Mysteries at the Rubin Museum of Art

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Museums
NYC's Smaller Museums: Otto Dix at the Neue Galerie

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Museums
NYC's Smaller Museums: Rafael Ferrer at El Museo del Barrio

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Museums
NYC's Smaller Museums: Durer at The Morgan

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Fashion
American Style at the Metropolitan Museum
She was a flapper, a sportswoman, a siren, a suffragist. She is currently on view at the Met Museum's Costume Institute.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


All Aboard!
Chic solutions for traveling light.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Restaurant Interview: The New Chefs at The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons Restaurant may well be the most iconic of this small band of brethren, and over the last 50 years, in the same location on East 52nd Street, it has flourished as a dining destination and one of the city's premier power lunch venues.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Summer at Davidoff: The Puro d'Oro has Arrived

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Jewelry
Indulge in the Baubles of Summer
Like seasonal sorbets, the city's bijoux choices come in the cool colors of icy lemon, tangy lavender, delicate rose and many more.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


French Bistros: Triomphe
Intimate and elegant, Triomphe is a Theatre District favorite.
by Ellis Whitman | View Article


French Bistros: Chez Josephine

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


French Bistros: Cafe Luxembourg
A favorite of Liam Neeson and Alec Baldwin, this iconic cafe is home to many celebrities.
by Ellis Whitman | View Article


French Bistros: Brasserie 8 1/2

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


French Bistros: Cafe Un Deux Trois
Stanley Tucci and Anthony La Paglia are regulars in this theatre district hot spot.
by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Covet Restaurant and Lounge

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Sugar and Spice

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Sounds for a Summer Night
The spirited Mostly Mozart concerts, the classy Philharmonic pops and the daring Lincoln Center Festival brighten the musical landscape.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


The Artistic Director and the Architect
For the New York City Ballet's ambitious "Architecture of Dance" series, Peter Martins picked the right man to design sets for five new works: Santiago Calatrava
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


Special Prix Fixe Choices at The Four Seasons Restaurant

by Promenade Staff | View Article

Luxury Properties
The Corner at 200 West: Luxury Living on the Upper West Side
Private terraces, gourmet kitchens, washer/dryers and a spectacular view from the rooftop garden.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New York's Fine Film Fests
From Tribeca to Kids, this is a season of great cinema.
by Aileen Jacobson | View Article

Luxury Properties
Historic West Chelsea Mansion, Classically Restored, English-Designed and Butler Services
The restoration of an historic mansion at 436 West 20th Street -- a 10,000-square-foot West Chelsea property converted into five individual, impeccably appointed rental units -- is nearing completion after 20 months.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


In Wales, Castles, Luxury Hotels, and Centuries of History
Wales' pastoral north is a picturesque slice of the UK.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Switzerland: Two Modern-Day Castles With Five-Star Service
In Lausanne and Zurich, two veritable lakeside jewels.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Timepieces to Treasure

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Luxury Properties
As Chelsea Changes, Its Roots Remain
With the High Line open and a boom of new developments, Chelsea remains an artsy neighborhood true to its industrial past.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


The 'New' New York City Opera
A Short -- But Sweet -- Spring Season__
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


The Virtual Voyager - Spring 2010
Topflight Tips for the Discerning Traveler
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Style
Meet Center44's Paul Plumadore and Jim Tindell
The founders of Center44 approach their midtown showroom -- filled with finds from the world's top antique and modern dealers -- as a "salon where people gather and share ideas."
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Museums
Charles Addams's Altogether Ooky New York

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Museums
Oh Those Wacky Victorians at the Met
Photocollages from the Upper Crust
by Karin Lipson | View Article


A Theatergoer's Guide to the Spring Season
It's all in the stars!
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Tony Shalhoub: Mr. Monk Moves On
A whole new bundle of neuroses are up for grabs as the character actor bids adieu to West Coast sleuthing and takes on Broadway in Lend Me A Tenor
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Museums
Henri Cartier Bresson at MoMA
Capturing the 20th Century and defining photojournalism
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Performing Arts
Making Magic the Metropolitan Opera Way
With nearly 100 people in the shop, the Met's busy tailors, seamstresses, drapers and milliners are often working on 10 productions at a time.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Birds and Bees, Blossoms and Bows....
Be jeweled for spring
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
The Spring Runway Report
Abstract splashes of color, short shorts, neutrals and ensembles capture the moment a new decade begins.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


He Reigns in Spain....and New York
A former ABT marquee dancer, Angel Corella, and his new company based in Segovia, perform at City Center. And don't miss Taylor 2, Ailey II, and ABT II at the Joyce.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article


New & Improved: The East Side Social Club
This family run venture that opened in November, 2009, is serving homemade Italian staples along with innovative dishes that are making a New York mark.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Promenade Picks: Uncle Jack's
What a steakhouse should be.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New & Improved: Le Caprice
This import from London -- located in the The Pierre Hotel -- opened in October, 2009.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New & Improved: Abe & Arthur's
Named for two grandfathers, the restaurant pays homage to New York dining in the '30s and '40s.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New & Improved: Tipsy Parson
This Chelsea delight opened in October, 2009.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New & Improved: SD26
Formerly the storied San Domenico, this elegant new spot -- opened in September, 2009 -- is run by Tony May's daughter and looks quite different, but tastes familiar.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


New & Improved: Cru
Renovated and with a new chef, this wine-enthusiast's restaurant reopened in November, 2009.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


'21' Club: New York's Iconic and Elegant Dining Destination

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Shaun Hergatt: Asian-Accented, Modern French and a Michelin Star
At Sho Shaun Hergatt, dining pleasure is tucked away in the Setai residence downtown.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas: Indulge

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Travel
Grande Lakes Orlando Has Great Taste
Orlando has a few easily recognizable aces up its sleeve. Fresh local fish is obviously one of them at a spectacular 500-acre luxury resort.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Luxury Living at Manhattan House
Manhattan House, the iconic luxury residential condominium on Manhattan's Upper East Side, has been impeccably re-engineered to combine its modernist heritage with the quintessential elements of contemporary living.
by Phyllis Singer | View Article

Jewelry
Promenade Hotel Concierge Night at Georg Jensen

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


A Theatergoer's Guide: A Starry Winter Season

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Seasonal Sensations

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Telepan

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Picholine

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Luxury Properties
Devonshire House
Ideally located in New York City’s historic Greenwich Village, Devonshire House, an architecturally distinctive pre-war building at 28 East 10th Street, has been transformed into a one-of-a-kind condominium development.
by Phyllis Singer | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Marea

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at David Burke

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Daniel

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Capsouto Freres

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Aureole

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Hearty Winter Fare at Aquavit

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Promenade Hotel Concierge Night at Reinstein Ross

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Rome's Intercontinental Hotel...Luxury and History at the Spanish Steps
It's a daunting 138 steps up (down is easier) Rome's renowned Spanish Steps to get to the little piazza perched on top and the Trinità dei Monti church
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Magical Montreal
On the surface, you might think Montréal has a lot in common with Gotham-both cities are islands
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
London's Legendary Langham Hotel
Opened by the Prince of Wales (later, King Edward VII), the hotel has just undergone an £80 million-pound renovation
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Virtual Voyager - Winter 2009
Topflight Tips for the Discerning Traveler
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Jan Maxwell: Broadway's Utterly Divine Un-Diva
She stays below the celebrity radar, but Jan Maxwell enjoys a much-acclaimed stage career.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Luxury Properties
Living in Gramercy Park
Quiet,urbane and rich in history, this prime area of the city offers a lovely lifestyle.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Museums
American Stories: Ordinary Life by Extraordinary Painters
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, work by the likes of Mount, Copley, Cassatt, and other famed artists, tells the story of a young America.
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Fashion
Special Delivery: Great Gifts for the Holiday...or Any Time

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Hot Chocolates!

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Mauro Maccioni: The Son Rises at Le Cirque

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Jewelry
Celebrate with Jewels in Dazzling Colors of the Season

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Beauty
Making Over Bloomingdale's Famed First Floor

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
The Holiday Shopping Markets
Every year in New York, unique shops and outdoor and indoor specialty markets pop up around the city to make the holiday shopping experience even more fun.
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Hot Spots for Chilling Out
Warm up at four luxury locations this winter.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Talking With Raul Melgoza
As Luca Luca's creative director, he has translated the sophisticated brand's signature fundamentals into his own modern style. If he could dress any star? Nicole Kidman!
by Marla J. Wasserman | View Article


Peter Gelb's Met
This season at the Metropolitan Opera is the first to totally reflect the bold aesthetic of this general manager.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


20 Years at Ailvin Ailey's Helm
On Judith Jamison's watch, the thriving company has built a glass-and-steel home on West 55th Street, revived works from the Ailey canon and has brought nearly 100 new dances into the repertoire.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Fashion
William Rondina: The Genius Behind The Carlisle Collection

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Travel
Remote Lands Luxury Trips to Asia
Remote Lands bills itself as the world's foremost luxury, custom-travel planner, with a specialty in Asian adventure-"adventure" and "custom" being the operative words
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Bulgari's Beautiful Book

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Fabulous Fall Season
A theatregoer's guide to a celebrity driven fall
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Jewelry
Wonderful Watches: Keeping Time in the Autumn Hours

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


The Virtual Voyager - Fall 2009
Topflight Tips for the Discerning Traveler
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at Opia

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at Pigalle

by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at Norma's

by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at Petrossian

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at A Voce Columbus

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at Elmo

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at The Oak Room

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Sunday Brunch at 44 & X

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article

Museums
Madeleine Albright's Brooches at the Museum of Arts & Design
The Secretary of State's pins reveal how she turned fashion into a diplomatic message
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Jewelry
Seasonal Splendor: Beautiful Jewels for Autumn and Winter
Sizzling bijoux in the colors of the season
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas...Intimate Setting/Maximum Pampering

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Museums
Madeleine Albright's Brooches at the Museum of Arts & Design
The Secretary of State's pins reveal how she turned fashion into a diplomatic message
by Kaitlin Ahern | View Article

Museums
Jane Austen at the Morgan
With the world's largest collection of the writer's manuscripts and letters, the museum shows its pride
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Museums
Vasily Kandinsky at the Guggenheim
A retrospective of the man whose work inspired the museum
by Karin Lipson | View Article

Fashion
The Fall Fashion Forecast
From Chanel to Armani, Stella McCartney to Dolce & Gabbana, the season's styles are filled with amazing grays, dazzling metallics and hot colors.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Theater
Gina Gershon: Renaissance Girl
She's one of the stars of Broadway's new Bye Bye Birdie, and she does it all: movies, TV, musicals, plays, a one-woman nightclub act, a CD and even a children's book.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Fashion
Talking With Amy Smilovic...Tibi's Founder
Tibi's designer favors a broader palette than stars like Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow wear -- bright colors that put women in a good mood.
by Marla J. Wasserman | View Article

Style
New Shops on the Retail Landscape
Vince, Zilli and F.P. Journe are just a few of the stores lighting up the retail landscape.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Ben Benson: Running a Classic Steakhouse, with Range
He's one of New York's best meat men and his steakhouse has everything you could want and then some.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Alan Gilbert Takes the NY Philharmonic's Reins

by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Travel
Everything's Bueno in Buenos Aires
Given the distance and time it takes to reach southern Chile, consider extending your trip with a few days in Santiago, or as we did, with what is known as the lake crossing.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Luxury Properties
The Flatiron District
Grand Loft Living in a Dynamic Neighborhood
by Diane Mehta | View Article


A Met Season With Fresh Perspectives and Bold Innovation
A new production of Tosca and a premiere of From the House of the Dead promise an exciting fall at the Met
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


Morphoses in New York
Taking a bold chance in tough times, Christopher Wheeldon -- with his brash new dance company -- is hoping to move ballet out of the box
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Travel
Peaceful Patagonia
Eco adventures, lush forests, exotic marine life and luxurious villas in Chile's outback
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Style Interview: Talking With J.Crew's Jenna Lyons
As creative director of the company everyone is talking about, she has shaped J.Crew's Collection, the firm's upscale line and is one of Michelle Obama's favorite designers.
by Marla J. Wasserman | View Article

Museums
Renovating the Met's American Wing
At the Met, a new flow to the historic rooms and objects, a courtyard transformed, and an exhibit never before seen in public, provide a delightful journey through the American collection.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at Pamplona
Where Spanish tradition and French flair intersect.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at Sofrito and Sazon
Sofrito, and its new sister restaurant Sazon, for fine Puerto Rican cuisine.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at Crema
Mexican cuisine with a touch of French.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


rob testing

by Aileen Jacobson | View Article

Beauty
Complexion Perfection
Four Very Different Spa Facials for a Fabulous Summer Face
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at Islero
A comfortable and chic locale for upscale Spanish cuisine.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Real Estate: Living Near Lincoln Center
Where the world-class performing artists, and the people who love them, are neighbors.
by Diane Mehta | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at SushiSamba
Where South American cuisine meets Japanese for a fabulous fusion.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at Rosa Mexicano
The menu at Rosa Mexicano is straightforward and Mexican-inspired but offers tastes, colors and presentations from all disciplines.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: Latin Sizzle at El Parador Cafe
It is one of oldest and most authentic Mexican restaurants in New York City.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Lincoln Center at 50: The Architect Explains It All
Elizabeth Diller and her company are helping to transform "the way that Lincoln Cente meets the city's edge."
by Aileen Jacobson | View Article


Michael Lomonaco--Running a Steakhouse, American-Grill Style
At Porter House, it's show-biz for a former actor and now chef/owner of this new-world steakhouse
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


The Latest From London
Before your crossing, set aside a few days’ time to first visit London.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Time Stands Still:
The Latest from Basel and Geneva
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Flower Power
Editor's Picks
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Fashion
Madison Avenue
The Best Addresses...
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Summer Theatre in New York
Anne Hathaway, Chandra Wilson, Phylicia Rashad: What's New; Who's Who -- Plus a Feast of Festivals
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Theater
Brian Dennehy: On O'Neill, Acting and a Little Sports
The veteran actor and Tony winner, who just finished his Broadway run in "Desire Under the Elms," is considered the foremost interptreter of the playwright's work. And he's a Yankee fan too.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


From Russia, With Passion
Becoming a principal dancer with ABT was a long time coming for the glamourous Veronika Part
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Theater
The Divine Faith Prince
Faith Prince, one of New York theatre's most celebrated stars, is back on Broadway creating havoc under the sea
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Beauty
Luscious Lips

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
On the Queen Mary 2: History, Luxury, Culture, and Advanced Computer Courses
This fabulous ship harkens back to a bygone era… but is ever so updated for the 21st-century traveler
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Behind the Scenes
Ruined, which kicked off its mind-blowing award-a-rama with this year’s Pulitzer Prize for Drama, has since picked up just about every applicable 2009 Off-Broadway trophy there is....
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article


Blog Portlet

by Phyllis Singer | View Article

Fashion
Spring Fashion Forecast: Recurring Themes

by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Beauty
Day Spas....Indulge!

by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Fashion
The Rykiel Collections

by Christine Tarulli | View Article


Dining: The Interview: Donatella Arpaia & Michael Psilakis –– reshaping Greek cuisine

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: Penny Glazier -- Strip House, Michael Jordan's The Steak House

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: Marc Murphy -- Landmarc at the Time Warner Center, Landmarc Tribeca, Ditch Plains

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: Dr. Rohini Dey -- At Vermilion

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: Richie Akiva and Scott Sartiano -- Butter, 1Oak

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: David Burke -- Fishtail, David Burke Townhouse
David Burke is, without a doubt, one of the most oft-spoken names in upscale cuisine. His creativity and willingness to push the envelope in the kitchen is evident in dishes like his Cheesecake-Lollipop Tree and Angry Lobster Cocktail.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: William Jack Degel -- Uncle Jack's Steahhouse

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs: Jeffrey Chodorow -- Center Cut, China Grill, Asia de Cuba

by Ellis Whitman | View Article


Dining: The Restaurateurs -- Emmanuel Verstraeten/Rouge Tomate

by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


Turkish Delights
Exotic markets, ancient ruins, marvelous palaces, and sumptuous spas await in this crossroads of civilization.
by Ruth Katz | View Article


On the Upper East Side, The Gilded Era Endures

by Diane Mehta | View Article

Style
The Great Valentina in Print

by Karin Lipson | View Article

Fashion
Valentina: Three Decades of Couture and Celebrity
At the Museum of the City of New York, the mysterious, tyrannical and stunning designer -- whose clients included Garbo, Hepbur, Dietrich and various Astors, Whitneys and Vanderbilts -- gets her first retrospective.
by Karin Lipson | View Article


The Artistic Director: Todd Haimes
Under Haimes' smart direction, the once-itinerant Roundabout Theatre has another star-studded season -- Nathan Lane,Cynthia Nixon,Matthew Broderick, John Goodman and Mary-Louise Parker are a few of the celebrities gracing its stages.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Fashion
Talking With Catherine Malandrino
She designs clothes that define a woman's body-- and are meant for men to remove!
by Marla J. Wasserman | View Article


The Muti Moment
The inspiring virtuoso of the baton returns to New York for a spring stay at the Philharmonic. And next season, he makes his long-delayed debut at the Met.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article

Beauty
Haute Gratification: Spa Hopping in Manhattan
Three of New York City's most exquisite spas.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Museums
Then Meets Now at the Met
In its stunning Greek and Roman galleries, the Met has captured time and history in a remarkable way.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Sightseeing
The Smithsonian of Sports
The Sports Museum of America.
by Kristopher Carpenter | View Article


The Chelsea Boom
Some of the best architects are making their mark in Chelsea, where real estate has been on a rapid rise.
by Laura Koss-Feder | View Article

Jewelry
The Best Faces to Watch
For the collector or the curious, the most astonishing timepieces are here.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


American Beauties
Born in the USA, these two American Ballet Theatre supermen have made it to the top of the ballet world.
by Sylviane Gold | View Article

Travel
Waltzing on Water
An unforgettable voyage on Silversea's exquisite Baltic cruise.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Two Architects of Change
A profile of two of New York's most prominent and visionary architects who are slowly changing the face of the city.
by Ariella Budick | View Article


Theatre Preview 2009
Preview of this season's Broadway shows.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Beauty
Shear Perfection
Two of New York's best hairstylists give their tips to healthier, beautiful summer hair.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Travel
The Royal Treatment...on The Royal Scotsman
A journey through the heart of Scotland on the luxurious Royal Scotman train. Also the finest cuisine and shopping that Scotland has to offer.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


TriBeCa: A Small City Within the City
Tribeca's booming cultural and real estate development.
by Diane Mehta | View Article

Art Galleries
Galleries: A Glimpse of the Unusual
Some of New York's most interesting galleries, showcasing unusual and unique modern art.
by Ariella Budick | View Article


A Tale of Three Divas
A profile of New York City's top opera divas.
by Martin Bernheimer | View Article


The Producer: Jeffrey Richards
An interview with Broadway producer Jeffrey Richards, as well as a look at current and upcoming Broadway productions.
by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor | View Article

Style
Beautiful Books: For Lovers of Glamour and New York
A selection of books which represent the essence of New York City, its zeitgeist and history, and go way beyond coffee table decoration.
by Aileen Jacobson | View Article

Fashion
Talking with Liliana Casabal
The Argentinian-born designer of Morgane le Fay talks about fashion, design and her clothing line.
by Marla J. Wasserman | View Article

Jewelry
Mad for Madison
Manhattan's finest luxury jewelry stores and rare pink diamonds.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


London: Catching Up with the City’s Hottest Spots
A traveler's guide to London's fine cuisine, shopping, and theatre scene.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


West Side Stories: The Luxury Boom Keeps Booming
A look at the recent real estate boom on the Upper West Side.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Beauty
Magical Medical Makeovers - In Minutes
A beauty update on current cosmetic procedures and anti-aging products.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article


Eastern Europe’s Enchanting Duo: Budapest and Prague
A detailed traveler's guide to Budapest and Prague; a journey through the cultural and historical signposts of each city worthy of Sebald.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

Jewelry
Fifth Avenue
A Sample of Fifth Avenue's finest fashion and shopping destinations.
by Ruth J. Katz | View Article

This Week in NYC

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