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Biting into the Big Apple

Eateries infused with flavours from around the world and characterful boutiques – that’s just the start when it comes to New York’s hidden treasures

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Whether taking in a Broadway show, shopping world-famous fashion houses or enjoying a legendary museum, it’s a cliché but true – you can do anything in New York! Let the exquisite St. Regis New York be your base while you explore the city.

 

The St. Regis New York

Placed in the centre of Manhattan and a gateway to its multitude of attractions, The St. Regis New York is a bastion of history-steeped elegance. Whether you bed down in one of its 238 guest rooms or suites – including the rich colour palettes of the Royal Suite – you can sample the atmosphere all over, from the unrivalled glamour of Astor Court restaurant to the star-sprinkled King Cole Bar (with its iconic Table 55), all invitingly close to the heart of America’s cultural capital.

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The Grill

A New York bolthole in the Seagram Building, where diners feast against a backdrop of striking 20ft aluminum chains that act as curtains. Tuck into, for example, honey mustard duckling or the porterhouse ribeye, supplemented by one of the many cocktails. Approx. five minutes on foot from The St. Regis New York

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Amor Y Amargo

This bitters tasting bar sits in the trendy East Village. The tiny watering hole started life as a pop-up but proved so popular it couldn’t be burst – the clientele also have the opportunity to make what they swig at group classes. Approx. ten minutes by car from The St. Regis New York

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Sant Ambroeus

Marrying Big Apple flavours to Milanese styles on thronging Madison Avenue, Sant Ambroeus plates delicious treats, whether they are old-school mains (Cotoletta alla Milanese) or scrumptious desserts, such as the irresistible gelato or cookies and cakes freshly baked on-site. Approx. ten minutes by car from The St. Regis New York

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The Space

This Brooklyn venue, founded by three friends, melds industrial-sized machines to more intricate installations, and here you can see (or buy) anything from outerwear and art exhibitions across 15-ft white walls to “luxury artefacts” (a designer bike), or dine at its array of eateries and coffeehouses – alternatively, get a trim at the delightful Persons of Interest Barbershop. Approx. 30 minutes by car from The St. Regis New York

 
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Books Are Magic




Earlier in 2017 husband and wife Michael Fusco-Straub and Emma Straub started this indie store, which will delight literature fans with its more than ample selection of readable tomes (plus loads for kids). It also hosts regular launches with revered names (previous highlights include John Grisham). Approx. 30 minutes by car from The St. Regis New York

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