Truth be told, planning dates are not my strong suit! I prefer to follow lead, get lost in the delight of surprises, and leave unscripted hours to our whims and spontaneity… still, I’ve tried to curate some experiences that would excite me in the city.
I suggest centering a date around one experience and a meal (that will likely require reservations!). Shopping never fails to make me happy, coffee + tea breaks keep me warm inside, casual strolls fill me with delight, and spa appointments are a fantastic way to start the day, unwind, and recover from one too many wine glass clinks.
Museum of Natural History – Fotografskia – Cooper Hewitt – The Met – The Whitney – MoMA
The Greenwich Hotel – The Carlyle – The Baccarat – The Pierre – Lotte Palace – Four Seasons – 1 Central Park – The Ritz-Carlton – The Dominick – St. Regis – Equinox Hotel – The Beekman
Jungsik – Jean-Georges – Noda – Cote – Le Bernadin – Sushi Noz – Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare – Daniel
MARCH – The Orchid Show — APRIL – Basquiat Art Experience — MAY – Aman NYC opening — MAY – Frieze Art Fair – SUMMER — Gustav Klimt Art Experience
We arrive at the Met steps at midday and fall into the beauty of history-riddled art. After an afternoon coffee and Madison Ave stroll, our minds buzzing, we unwind at Aire Ancient Baths. Freshly bathed, we dress in suits & silks before heading out to a gorgeous dinner in the city. We retire to moonlit skyline views
A shopping day at Bergdorf’s… not complete without a dressing room rendezvous and a bite in their cafe!
Daring stops on Soho strolls…
“What’s the use of a great city having temptations if fellows don’t yield to them?”
― P.G. Wodehouse
Now that I’ve given you a peak into the details… gander through my general interests: