3 Days in New York City
A Wine Sisterhood guide to a short trip to NYC from an insider’s perspective. Get your steps in with this explorative guide to the city that never sleeps.
Embrace your inner uptown girl and start your trip in Upper Manhattan. Check out Central Park and the art venues that line its sheets, including The Guggenheim Museum and The Met. Make your way to Harlem and get a bite to eat at Red Rooster Harlem, serving comfort food that celebrates the neighborhood’s diverse culinary traditions. To wet your whistle, check out Vanguard Wine Bar, the wine list is accessible; it’s broken up by color, body, and taste.
Live your Warhol Factory Girl dreams with a visit to Chelsea. Spend the day strolling the world-famous galleries and take a walk on The High Line, the elevated greenway created on a former rail trail. Venture to Chelsea Wine Co., Set in Chelsea Market, this wine & spirits store hosts frequent seminars & tastings. Put together a vintage look at Chelsea Flea and finish your day at La Noxe, the speakeasy hidden in a subway station.
Your trip is coming to an end so go Downtown! Start in the LES (Lower East Side) and satisfy your sweet tooth at Economy Candy. Make your way through Chinatown and stop for photo ops at The Brooklyn Bridge and Wall Street Bull. Experience an inventive Tuscan gem in Etrusca, found on the cobbled Stone Street at the edge of the Financial District (aka FIDI). For a nightcap, head to Le Dive, a French Tabac-inspired natural wine bar in the middle of Dimes Square, the Lower East Side micro-neighborhood.
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