Nyc

Sunday, 21 October 2012
 both images from fashiontoast
I'm going to New York very soon, and my list of recommendations is already as long as my arm, but I would love to know some more. If anyone has any suggestions, stuff to eat/buy/see/do a comment would be super appreciated. Any links to blog posts about NY too, thank you in advance. Definitely ready to fall in love with the city. 

17 comments

  1. wish I could help but sadly this gal has never been to new york - I feel so deprived

    xx

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  2. I hope you have an amazing time when you go, I've always wanted to go to New York!

    http://emilylikessmakeup.blogspot.co.uk/

    xx

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  3. definitely take a visit to Bleecker Street Record shop, absolutely amazing! here's a post i did about my visit to New York, there's a few photo's on there of the record shop :) http://0hlordy.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/new-york-baby.html
    xx

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  4. Totally agree about Bleecker Records, just up the road from there is the famous Magnolia Bakery, and on Perry Street, just round the corner, is Carry's stoop from SATC. For $12 you can hire a rowing boat at the Boathouse in Central Park too, which is so much fun and so cheap! Also, go to Bubba Gump's for food at Times Sq, the Forest Gump restaurant - it is SOOOO much fun! Also, the Staten Island ferry is free so you can go to Staten Island or just go there and back to see the NY skyline. Ohh, and Katz Deli in the Lower East Side is the diner used on When Harry Met Sally where she does the fake orgasm. There's a plaque above the table! Sooo yeah, hope that helps! Have fun xx

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  5. Buffalo Exchange in Chelsea for good shopping, Union Square for somewhere just to take it all in, West Village for wondering cus it's nice.xx

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  6. Take me with you haha... I'm sure you'll have an amazing time!
    Kaz x

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  7. definitely chinatown for food, which is within walking distance to soho, amazing for shopping. the met in the upper east side is definitely worth the visit also! if you go to union square try max brenner, aka chocolate heaven!

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  8. chinatown for food, which is within walking distance to soho for shopping. the met in the upper east side is worth the visit also! you could check out brooklynflea.com for the flea markets if you like that, a bunch are still open!

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  9. They are some amazing pictures!

    Love Roza
    http://alittlebitofroza.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Apart from the obvious Times Square, Fifth Avenue, Statue of Liberty - try to get to Greenwich Village, it's got an awesome atmosphere about it, particularly Washington Square Park, and the Friends apartment! There's loads of cultural connections there too - hundreds of authors, artists, musicians lived there, or places where Jimi Hendrix played. Strawberry Fields in Central Park is lovely. It really helps to do your research before you go since there's soo much to see!
    http://www.travel-studies.com/content/greenwich-village-literary-guide
    xx

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  11. soho is heaven for shopping! pop to Tao it is a great chinese restaurant! and make sure you take a visit to top of the rock, you get much better views then the empire state building but of course I know that is a must also.

    Alex
    x

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  12. I'd definitely recommend a cafe called Serendipity. They do amazing burgers and the best/biggest ice cream sundaes ever! They get a lot of famous people in there, I was sat on a table right next to Jude Law! Have a great trip :)

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  13. If you have seen "Friends With Benefits" then go to the cafe they are in at the end for breakfast! They have the best food and service ever!! It's right outside Grand Central Station. Have Fun!! New York is amazing and I want to live there one day :)

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  14. If you have seen "Friends With Benefits" then go to the cafe they are in at the end, I can't remember the name! But it is the best breakfast you'll ever have!!! It's also just outside Grand Central Station!! Have a great trip!!! :)

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  15. You are so lucky to be going to NYC! I grew up there and it is my favorite city in the world. I would recommend Marc Jacob's bookstore, Bookmarc for a fun shopping experience. 5th avenue is an obvious choice but incredibly fun for both food and shopping. Have a wonderful trip, dear!

    xoxo, Meera

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  16. I've never been there before unfortunately. Have fun!

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  17. I love your blog and it inspires me so much! i wish you could add new posts! Kiss x

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