New York store's grand interiors and stunning vintage collection certainly do justice to its name. A stroll through the gorgeous space is basically a lesson in fashion York Vintage, 117 West Street (between Sixth and Seventh avenues);
300 square feet (and how an NYC editor makes the most of it!)
Grand Central Oyster BarTucked under the Guastavino-tiled arches of Grand Central Terminal, the Oyster Bar remains one of those classic spots that still draws crowds of people, from neighborhood locals to travelers passing through the station.
In New York City, you’re never more than a block away from a Starbucks; they are as bountiful as pigeons in this city. But, if you’re willing to look, there are also loads of independent cafes out there — warm, cozy spaces that smell like heaven