The Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, filled with neon lights, hustle and bustle, a place to see and be seen. So much to do, yet so little time. Here are three neighborhoods to consider for your next trip.
[LUPE’S EAST LA KITCHEN]
SoHo is home to some of our favorite stores, beauty hubs like Sephora and athleisure delights like Adidas. After a long day of shopping, grab a bite at Lupe’s, serving tired and true Mexican dishes, from rice platters to burritos, organic coffee, and Mexican hot chocolate.
[IL PICCOLO BUFALO]
Little Italy on Mulberry Street offers endless souvenir shops and Trattorias. At Il Piccolo Bufalo, choose a number of gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian dishes. There’s brick oven pizza and pasta for days. Try their Naples styled Linguine al Pescatore, al dente linguine topped with mussels, shrimp, and clams in a savory tomato sauce with fresh garlic and white wine.
[DOMINIQUE ANSEL BAKERY]
At the center of SoHo is Spring Street, and there’ll you find delectable treats from French pastry chef Dominique Ansel. If you’re in the mood for a campfire in your mouth, ask for frozen S’mores, torched marshmallow goodness packed with vanilla ice cream, and chocolate wafer on a stick.
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