The unique style of a legendary Knick is embodied in this trendy spot featuring a free-throw court and serving salmon with vanilla-bourbon butter. L & D (daily).
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Up to half of this shop's merchandise comes from its in-house lines, which boast tailored items with an American-meets-British influence in style.
The subterranean nightclub/restaurant below Studio 54, with up to three shows nightly and a late-night cocktail lounge, is New York's newest hot spot. Headliners include the best of Broadway talent. Highlights: Oct. 21 & 28: Jazz Brunch with Barbara Carroll. Oct. 16-20, 23-27: Sherie Rene Scott. Nov. 1-3 (early show): Melissa Errico. Nov. 2-3 (late show): Michael Cerveris. Nov. 4: Alison Fraser. Nov. 5: Debbie Grevitte. Nov. 7-11: Liz Callaway. Nov. 12, 19, 26: Len Cariou. Nov. 13-17: Leslie Uggams. Nov. 25: Roz Ryan. Times vary. Cover charges $30-$70, food & drink minimum.
East meets West in a sleek, modern gastropub featuring dishes such as espresso-glazed pork ribs with pumpkin seed brittle and goat pot pie with massaman curry and warm roti. D (Wed-Mon.)
Located in the heart of Orlando, the Radisson offers spacious rooms for families and business travelers alike to enjoy. Less than a mile from the Orange County Convention Center, steps from I-Drive shopping and minutes from some of the area's best attractions, the Radisson features wifi, shuttle access and well-equipped rooms.
DJs, dancing and drink specials high above Las Vegas on the 25th-floor pool deck. F, doors open at 9 pm. Free admission. 21+. Through Aug. 31.
Offering the best and freshest premium olive oils and balsamic vinegars from all over the world.
Named by 'GQ Magazine' as one of the top 10 restaurants in the country in 2012, this trendy spot operated out of the former Lung Shan serves up fiery Szechuan-influenced Chinese food from rock-star chef Danny Bowien. The music is loud, the servers are cool, and the Ma Po Tofu is deliciously screaming hot at this popular alternative to 'traditional' Chinese food. Expect a wait, but the food is well worth it.
A neighborhood spot featuring a raw bar and dishes such as braised veal with parsnip puree; seafood stew with red fish, clams, mussels, shrimp and monkfish; NY strip with shallot-butter and mashed potatoes. Lunch, dinner daily. AE, D, MC, V; $$
Have a Napa and Sonoma wine experience without ever leaving the city. Learn about the history of winemaking in San Francisco, sample vintages from three urban wineries and tour historic Treasure Island for gorgeous photo opportunities. Underage tasters can sample non-alcoholic beverages, so bring the whole family. Pick-up in Union Square.