Located in lower SoHo, La Mercerie is a chic, all-day café based inside the Roman and Williams Guild boutique. It’s the first actual restaurant conceived by the designers behind R&W (who outfitted the Boom Boom Room and the Ace Hotel) and naturally it’s a mecca for design inspiration. It also has the best savoury croissants and crepes in town.
Juku’s footprint on a quiet street in Chinatown may be infamously recognisable at first glance (it was previously occupied by Le Baron), but that’s where all preconceptions end.Inside, the multi-level Japanese restaurant, which offers izakaya, omakase and a forthcoming whisky and karaage lounge in the basement, has been transformed by architect Sebastian Quinn into an experimental, abstract space that compliments the array of contemporary artworks inside that make nod to owner and gallerist Max Levai.
Manhatta is a new restaurant from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, combining sky-high views with the down-to-earth spirit of a neighborhood spot. Chef Jason Pfeifer cooks seasonal and soulful food inspired by French flavors, complemented by a wine menu deep in Burgundy. Perched sixty stories above Lower Manhattan, Manhatta offers stunning views of New York City, its bridges, and waterways.
De Maria is the ultimate Downtown New York contemporary restaurant located at the edge of Nolita; an all day hip cafe focused on delivering convivial dining with a creative atmosphere and fresh meals for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. True to Chef Camille Becerra’s trademark style, our menu is comprised of vibrant and healthful offerings.