29.6.09

F-Yeah

I'm going to be in NYC from the 6th to the 16th. . . so psyched (unlike mk in this pic).  

any amazing places i can't miss??  Specifically sick second hand stores, places to find jewelry supplies, amazing eateries, locations i might run into Wasson. . . .

I'm also wondering if anyone knows of good places to pick up wireless in the East Village area. . . I don't wanna leave you guys hanging while i'm gone! 


15 comments:

Lori said...

I just came back from there today, I miss it already.
for jewelry there was tons of shops around time square, I wish I could remember the street names but they were around the borders of time squares, away from the lights.
don't know if that will help you lol but have fun anyways!

Tuco and Blondie said...

There's a jewelry supply store called metalliferous (http://www.metalliferous.com/), that truly isn't to be missed.

F Blog said...

my fav place is called freeman's.. it's a restaurant in the les.. it's in an alley (freeman's alley) it is the sickest place ever.. you will def love it.. it's your style i think haha poss google it?? anyways its my fav and i go there everytime i go to nyc!
and so jealous that you are going!
xx

C.Chico said...

anywhere here in les. there's a few vintage stores too in e. village!

Anonymous said...

If you want to party I hear 'Lit' is the place to be, the music is known to be piercing and the air is thick with grossness. ha. It's a good go-to spot for late night shenanigans.

burnthesebones said...

as mentioned above, i think you would really enjoy Lit. Wednesday night is the the prime time for Harley V.N. and co. sightings. same goes for Smith night, which is on sunday at Sway.


as far as jewelry supplies- bead world on broadway and 37th, and toho shoji on 36th and 6th ave.

Miranda said...

i know erin wasson buys supplies at bead world and metalliferous..i bet you could find awesome chain there :)

and i would check mason de reveries blog for great restaurants, bars etc

and chelsea has the best vintage and flea markets

Ashley said...

Man you are so lucky!!! I was there in April and I am dyyyying to go back. Go to Serendipity 3 on the UES..fabulous food, great setting and their frozen hot chocolate is beyond words.

http://fashionroadkill-halifax.blogspot.com

reid.damnit said...

Hit up Williamsburg - it's where I live and you should visit it.
Beacons Closet
Buffalo Exchange
Atlantis Attic

Then go eat at Marlow & Sons, favourite restaurant without a doubt.

Rebecca said...

The Lower East Side is filled with vintage stores, clubs/bars lounges, restaurants and celeb hotspots. Erin Wasson shops at Narnia (vintage store on Rivington St in the LES). Rivington, Orchard and Ludlow each have a few vintage stores on them. Beacon's Closet in Williamsburg has good deals so def check that out if you're willing to scour for them. If you want more suggestions message me

Liz! said...

In EAST VILLAGE got to:
SUPPER: Italian food, good wine. 2nd btw A&B
MAMA'S: Mac'n cheese, house infused vodkas at Mama's bar, cute dirty boys
TOMPKINS SQUARE PARK: Best people watching, skaters,hipsters, etc.
CARACAS: Arepas, best food.7th @ 1st

...and yes, you would certainly like Freeman's so you should go there, as well as to the Sporting Club, 8 Rivington St., nr. Bowery

have fun

Jane said...

If you go on a Brooklyn excursion go to the Vinegar Hill House (it's by the same people who made Freemans, commented above). It's new and it's a celeb spot (including Wasson). Cool places to go out are The Box (a burlesque club with a show, hard to get into but worth it), B.East (a club inside Broadway East, a really good vegan restaurant in Lower East Side/Chinatown, Above Allen (the LES version of the 60 Thompson hotel), The Eldridge, Chloe- really now places with a good crowd.

Quantum Leap on 14th/1st is a GREAT vegetarian restaurant, it's casual and cheap but REALLY good. I'd also recommend seeing an independent movie at the Angelika theater on Houston street if you have time.

Hope you have a great time!!

xx

Jane said...

OH! and go to Tokio 7, it's the best consignment store in NY hands down. It's has all designer in really good condition, it's like 7th st and 1st ave. Also check out Open Ceremony! The meatpacking has all the stores and a Margiela store that's def worth checking out!

Kathryn Proulx said...

L'asso pizza in the LES... so many cute boys work ther eand the Margherita DOC pizza is amazing!

Anonymous said...

you could probably pick up wireless at think coffee, there's one right by NYU.