When you think magic, you may think of Siegfried and Roy flanked by giant tigers, Criss Angel levitating in a Vegas hotel atrium or David Blaine being buried alive.
Much in the style of Daniel Boulud's DBGB nearby, L'Apicio is a modern, lively, vast restaurant at the base of a glass-facade condo complex in a neighborhood that, until recently, was rough around the edges.
This cozy Nolita boutique is outfitted with sleek wood floors and stocked with body-inspired knitwear, dance clothes and workout goods that keep you en pointe both on and off the ballet bar.
Kingsley is the new restaurant from chef Roxanne Spruance, with a focus on seasonal, local, market-driven, contemporary French-American cuisine.
A restaurant named the Black Ant is the first clue this will not be your traditional Mexican experience.
Beacon's Closet is a home grown and locally owned operation. we are a 100% brooklyn based, female founded company, that embraces sustainability and ethical business practices.
There's a reason that every time you pass by Café Mogador it's buzzing with people whose college degrees have led them into the creative world, not the sort to keep conventional hours.
For fresh, traditional sushi, you can either hop on a plane to Japan or head down to this East Village eatery (we recommend the latter).
For many new immigrants, the Statue of Liberty was their first glimpse of the United States—a powerful symbol of the opportunity waiting for them in the land of the free.
Minus the booze, Crocodile Lounge might remind you of a fantasy you had when you were 10: Skee-Ball, arcade games and—get this—free pizza.
Jazzing up Curry Row is Malai Marke, a sleek spot with copper pots pinned to brick walls and a chandelier of upside-down champagne flutes.