You already know that the fashion crowd loves hotspots like the Standard Grill, Le Baron, and Da Silvano, but we’ve rounded up New York City’s latest “it” spots the fashion crowd is sure to love this New York Fashion Week. Warning, if you haven’t scored a coveted reservation yet, you are probably out of luck.
From the Upper East Side’s The East Pole to the karaoke “it” spot Maison O (yes karaoke is apparently in this season), this is where to be seen this fashion week.
You already know that the fashion crowd loves hotspots like the Standard Grill, Le Baron, and Da Silvano, but we've rounded up New York City's latest "it" spots the fashion crowd is sure to love this New York Fashion Week. Warning, if you haven't scored a coveted reservation yet, your probably out of luck.
The Details: Located just a stone's throw from the tents at Lincoln Center, this Italian restaurant that also specializes in hefty cuts of USDA prime, has been making waves since it opened its doors in July. Expect it to be one hot New York Fashion Week destination.
Insider's Tip: The restaurant's "it" dish is its $58 chicken parm for two served on a tin pizza tray.
57 West 58th Street; qualityitalian.com.
The Details: Double 7 is re-opening this fashion week in a new incarnation—Bar Nana. Prabal Gurung chose this spot for his New York Fashion Week after-party happening this weekend.
Insider's Tip: This is going to be fashion week's model hangout. If you are on the hunt for the likes of Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls, head here.
63 Gansevoort Street.
The Details: Sean MacPherson, who co-owns New York City's Bowery Hotel, and the Jane hotel, is behind this refurbished hotel that was built in 1900. AnOther Magazine is throwing their annual fashion week party her next week.
Insider's Tip: Jack Kerouac was a frequent guest of this hotel during his heyday. So you never know what literary ghosts you might run into here.
5 West 8th Street; marltonhotel.com.
The Details: Housed beneath the chic King and Grove Hotel in Williamsburg, the long tables at this restaurant are perfect for big group dinners. If anything could make the fashion week crowd head to Brooklyn this season, its The Elm.
Insider's Tip: Billed as a DIY tasting menu—there are just 16 menu items to choose from here.
160 North 12th Street, Brooklyn; kingandgrove.com.
The East Pole
The Details: The newly opened restaurant from The Fat Radish guys, this Upper East Side spot is primed to be a hangout for the fashion week jet-set.
Insider's Tip: The bourbon-champagne cocktails here aren't to be missed. You can thank us later.
133 East 65th Street; theeastpolenyc.com.
The Details: Part sushi restaurant, part cocktail den, part karaoke bar, this spot is poised to be New York Fashion Week's "it" destination. Suno is hosting their after-party here.
Insider's Tip: Be sure to explore the various private rooms including one that is a Japanese classroom (desks and all).
98 Kenmare Street; maisononyc.com.
The Details: Housed in the former Abe & Arthur's space, La Cenita from the EMM Group, is a Mexican fusion restaurant. The space is hosting Elie Tahari's after-party, among others.
Insider's Tip: Come for dinner, and stay late for star spotting.
409 West 14th Street; emmgrp.com.
The Details: This West Village split-level restaurant, is one of the hardest reservations in town at the moment. Expect the fashion crowd to head here in droves.
Insider's Tip: Chef and co-owner Ryan Hardy, a four times James Beard Award nominee, was also the former private chef of Jay-Z and Beyoncé.
5 King Street; charliebirdnyc.com.
Standard East Village
The Details: The hotel formerly known as the Cooper Square Hotel has gotten a makeover from hotelier André Balazs. Where Balazs goes, so does the fashion crowd. Next week, Pharrell Williams is even hosting a party here.
Insider's Tip: Head to the penthouse for some of the best views of the city (and one of the best sunsets around).
25 Cooper Square; standardhotels.com.