Cool Guide New York

“New York is the meeting place of the peoples, the only city where you can hardly find a typical American” D.Barnes

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Morning views in New York city
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StreetArt in New York city
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Postcards in New York city
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StreetArt in New York city
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StreetArt in New York city
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Surfboards at Pilgrim surf + supply in Brooklyn
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StreetArt in New York city

 

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Views & climatized pool at Hotel Indigo
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Mr.Purple bar & restaurant at Hotel Indigo
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StreetArt in New York city
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StreetArt in New York city
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Reformation store front door
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Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn
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StreetArt in New York city
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StreetArt in New York city
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Lunch at El Rey
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Robataya’ sashimi
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New York skyline from Brooklyn
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The One trying on hats in Goorin Bros.
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Chrysler building in New York city
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Typical New York buildings

New York truly is a BIG apple. You really feel that while walking on the streets and talking to people -from anywhere in the world except NYC- in the subway. Outside each district is connected to the next one by magic, everything has 24/7 spirit, the city is sexy! and does everything well. About this trip, separated by neighborhoods, these are the Cool places that have caught my attention: Soho (The Butcher’s Daughter/ El Rey), West Village (SaturdaysNYCby CHLOE). Chinatown (JING FONG), Williamsburg-Brooklyn (La Esquina / DEVOCIÓN) and the smallest of all: Little Tokyo (ROBATAYA / Decibel). Must See: Patricia Fields, Reformation, Anine Bing, Nu New YorkMr.Purple in the very last floor in the recently open Hotel Indigo, WARM, Assembly, the spectacular hat shop Goorin Bros., the vietnamise restaurant An Choi, Matcha bar for japanese green tea lovers like me, Rice to Riches  in case you would like to try the typical spanish ‘arroz con leche’ in every single flavour, the mytical Papaya King (in which since 1932 they serve papaya juice and hot dogs only). And do not forget WORTH&WORTH, The Fat Radish, Andy Lifschutz, ACMEIndochine… To finally end your trip with an Umeshu on the rocks in the Sake bar Sakamai. New York, New York… Now I do understand Sinatra.


Verdaderamente New York es una gran Manzana. Te das cuenta de ello caminando por sus calles y hablando con gente -venida de cualquier lugar del mundo menos de NYC- en el Metro. Cada barrio se comunica con el siguiente -como por arte de magia-, tiene de todo las 24 horas al día, es sexy y todo lo hace bien. En este viaje y separados por barrios, estos son los lugares Cool que más me han llamado la atención: Soho (The Butcher’s Daughter/ El Rey), West Village (SaturdaysNYCby CHLOE). Chinatown (JING FONG), Williamsburg-Brooklyn (La Esquina / DEVOCIÓN) y el pequeño barrio Little Tokyo (ROBATAYA / Decibel). No dejes de visitar: la alocada boutique de Patricia Fields, Reformation, Anine Bing, Nu New YorkMr.Purple en el último piso del hotel Indigoles, WARM, Assembly, la espectacular sombrerería Goorin Bros., el restaurante vietnamita An Choi, Matcha bar para los amantes del té verde japonés, el curioso concepto de Rice to Riches donde degustar arroz con leche pero en cualquier sabor imaginable, o el mítico Papaya King (que desde 1932 prepara zumo de papaya y hot dogs). También WORTH&WORTH, The Fat Radish, Andy Lifschutz, ACME, Indochine y acabar el viaje con un Umeshu on the rocks en Sakamai. New York, New York… Ahora entiendo a Sinatra.

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