New York City Travel Guide | Food & Drink

Travel Guide NYC from LE TOTE

We recently took a trip to Manhattan for FashTechNYC. It was full of hectic last minute event planning, brunch, and lots of exploring. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite places we stopped, ate, and drank! Click the photos below for a slideshow.

1. Head to The Harlem Tavern on Sundays for a jazz filled brunch on their, huge, covered outdoor patio! If you’re in the Upper West Side it’s a quick walk up to 116th and Frederick Douglass Blvd.

2. In Brooklyn? Pies ‘n’ Thighs is a must. The LT gals on this trip were Southern Natives, so the search for the best sweet tea and fried chicken was without a doubt a mission. Surprisingly enough, being based on the West Coast does have its’ downfalls!

3. Macarons. We love them too. Coffee? We love that even more. Chocolate? Okay just stop. Pop into The Bakeshop By WOOPS (Williamsburg) for a tasty mini fudge brownie that melts in your mouth! Driggs & N. 7th off Bedford, Brooklyn.

4. We reign from SF, where more vegans reside than techies. Well, that might be a lie, but when we saw Vegan Ice Cream, we had to stop and try! Vanleeuwen Ice Cream Trucks are sprinkled all over the city: Bedford Ave and N8th St, Brooklyn. 
Prince and Greene, SOHO.  Bleecker & Perry, West Village.

5. The Meatpacking District – is full of delectable and fashionable pit stops. Sampling Amy’s bread at Chelsea Market is a requirement before you head into the shops. Grab a Coffee from Le Pain Quotidien or Blue Bottle when you need that afternoon shopping pickmeup.

6. Olio e Piú. If you’re craving delicious crust and prosecco you need to stop by the West Village and visit this restaurant. With an ambiance straight out of Italy, you’ll love sipping away on bubbly and gabbing over paninis.

7. The all-white decor over at The Bakeshop By Woops in Brooklyn is just so on trend.

8. We’re coffee connoisseurs hailing from SF, so we judge our joe pretty sternly. Coincidentally Joes, over in SoHo passed our taste test with flying colors. But that’s probably because of their adorable marquee sign and proximity to Beacon’s Closet with a clean bathroom.

Last but not least! Beco Bar, 45 Richardson St, Brooklyn, NY. We’re not featuring this quaint and busy restaurant/bar because it was a runner up… the food was just too good to even capture on film! You must must must must must, yes we really mean it, must go! Go with the steak sandwich – Bauru: Sliced filet mignon w/queijo prato & tomato on baguette.

Take a look at the FashTechNYC Launch

FashTech New York – Launch from FashTech on Vimeo.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s