The runway isn’t the only place to see this season’s best looks. With New York Fashion Week underway, we rounded up the the city’s newest hot spots to catch the industry’s most fashionable in their down time. Enjoy and follow us on Instagram for all the latest news out of #NYFW!

Where to Power Lunch:

De Maria
Although De Maria was founded by the ultimate girl squad, the food is adored by everyone regardless of gender. Chef Camille Becerra, formerly of Cafe Henrie and Navy, brings her colorful bowls and unique style to the new Nolita cafe.
19 Kenmare Street, open for breakfast and lunch

Potato Crisp, Endive & Chicken Salad, and Chili-Turmeric Bone Broth via @meghanmcneer of @dominomag

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Union Square Cafe
The Manhattan landmark restaurant has re-vanmped and found a new home on 19th and Park. With bites like oysters and pappardelle with duck confit, USC is perfect (and central!) for a power lunch between shows.
101 East 19th Street, open for lunch and dinner

The calm before the storm. #unionsquarecafe 📸: @rockwellgroup

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Where to Get Dinner:

4 Charles
Owner of Chicago’s famed Au Cheval recently opened this steakhouse with a prime rib that’s to die for. You’ll definitely find us curled up in their cozy underground space after hours.
4 Charles Street, open for dinner




Chinese Tuxedo
Tucked away on Doyers Street, Chinese Tuxedo is a modern day Indochine. The drool-worthy noodles and incredible ambiance are worth the trip down to Chinatown.
5 Doyers Street, open for dinner 

That Mapo Lo Mein Snapped By @evansungnyc #chinesetuxedo

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Where to Drink:

Paul’s Casablanca
Paul Sevigny’s latest project has be called “the nightclub NYC has been waiting for” by W Magazine and for good reason. Although every night is filled with people and great music, Sunday nights have become their trademark for oldies music and an easy drink.
305 Spring Street, Thursday-Sunday 10pn – late


Ducked Up
Perched high on top of the new Ludlow House, Ducked Up’s asian-fusion menu and open rooftop space has made the newest Soho House a staple in New York nightlife. Although the club is exclusive to members, Ducked Up is open to the public. Come for dinner, stay for the afterparty.
139 Ludlow Street, open for brunch, lunch, and dinner 

Dinner time at #Duckedup 🍃🍗 #sohohouse

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