Best Places to go in New York

Shanghai Mermaid

MOMA

Oculus

High Line

Brooklyn Bridge & Dumbo Park

Guggenheim

iPic Fulton Street

HBO Summer Film Festival

Shanghai Mermaid

The most spectacular of vintage and secret parties - Shanghai Mermaid is a top @globalnewyorker NYC pick. This mysterious and magical event happens every few months and transports your into the 1920s/30s of places like Paris, Mexico, Cuba, Harlem, China and more. Many travel from all around the world to just attend this spectacular party, so if you're planning your trip to NYC in advance - check out the website and try to coordinate your dates accordingly. Location of the event if often not disclosed up until the night before the party. Buy your tickets in advance and prepare to be well dressed up for a swift entry.

MOMA

The ever-chic MoMA boasts one of the world’s best modern and contemporary art collections, and so much more.  Come see the art, wonder through the picturesque sculpture garden, stop by the fabulous MoMA store, then stay for a meal at the Modern, one of NYC’s chicest culinary destinations. Order the citrus carpaccio

Oculus

Created as a token of rebirth and revival for the tragic events of the area - the shopping center slash transportation hub is a dynamic new piece of architecture definitely to be added to any landmark sightseeing list.

High Line

A remarkable project executed by the EDC to transform a syringe-filled abandoned rail line bridge into a modern exposed overground park was a phenomenal success. As tourists to locals alike flock to the Highline in any weather to soak up the sun, get snowed in, or simply get an espresso or a gelato at this magnificent rail line bridge phenomenon. If you venture out enough, you will discovered steel rail lines still buried under the grasses of this concrete jungle park. This also happens to be one of the best spots to see an unobstructed sunset in the city!

Brooklyn Bridge & Dumbo Park

Arguable the most beautiful bridge in the world - Brooklyn Bridge is one you should definitely walk across with a loved one. Cross into the notoriously expensive Brooklyn neighborhood - Dumbo - to find some of city’s best sunset-skyline views. Snap a few “Once Upon A Time In America”esque shots on the cobble stones and grab an ice-cream from the ice cream factory by the water. Sit down and take it all in at the Brooklyn Bridge park situated between the two bridges like by-standing nucleus of the city. Another amazing spot to catch an outdoor flick in NYC (check the nycgo.com for showings).

Guggenheim

The world’s most instagrammed building, the Guggenheim is a must for anyone visiting NYC, art lover or not.  Take the elevator to the top and walk down the spiral rotunda to the bottom.  Roller skates optional.

iPic Fulton Street

First class movie experience anyone? Flat beds and champagne? Oh and cutting edge sound and video system to boot. Waiter service with an American-classics selection. Order meat lovers pizza and shut the fuck up.

HBO Summer Film Festival

Mondays are for work blues? Who says? If you happen to be in NYC in the Summer - you are in luck! Monday nights HBO hosts a free open-air huge screen movie night at none-the-less but across from their Manhattan offices in Bryant park. Movies are well curated and schedule can be previewed in advance on their website. Bring food…and booze. It’s a movie picnic!

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