The Mill House Inn Bed & Breakfast In The Hamptons

(Photo credit: The Mill House Inn)

Photo Credit: The Mill House Inn

If you are searching for the perfect getaway in the Hamptons, look no further. Located walking distance from the center of East Hampton, while still being tucked away in the forest, the Mill House Inn is the ultimate bed and breakfast experience. In countrified luxury with a […]

Beacon Bar Opens In New York City

Beacon bar

Photo Credit: Randi Roberts

There’s almost nothing better than a smooth cocktail or chilled wine on a hot day in New York City. Tuesday night, June 25, an intimate crowd cooled off with drinks to celebrate the opening of the Beacon Bar on 75th and Broadway on the Upper West Side. The Beacon […]

Interview With Robert Rechtermann General Manager Of Conrad New York

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Robert Rechtermann General Manager of the Conrad New York (Photo Credit: The Conrad New York)

It’s been a year since The Conrad New York roared into Lower Manhattan, and they’ve already taken the city by storm. If you’re looking for luxury at it’s best, the Conrad New York is the only hotel for […]

Recap: Conrad New York Reopening Of The Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar

The Prosecco and popsicle combination at the Loopy Doopy bar

Patrons enjoying the rooftop in nice weather

As the weather warms up in New York City there are telltale signs all around us. Flowers are in bloom, the sun is shining and the must have staple of New York summers is finally upon us: the reopening of seasonal rooftop bars. This past Tuesday, […]

Bar 44 At Manhattan’s Royalton Hotel

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On the street of West 44 between 5th Avenue and Avenue of the Americas lie Ivy League Clubs and swanky hotels. One in particular that is close to my heart is the Royalton Hotel and its upscale lounge, Bar 44. Modern, art deco, and definitely cozy, Bar 44 is one of those hidden treasures […]

The Living Room at the Maidstone Hotel in East Hampton

The Maidstone Hotel in East Hampton (Photo Credit: Luxury Travel Magazine)

The term “slow foods” is clearly over used these days. Often times and in order to stay A-listed within the eco-friendly movement, the concept gets frivolously tossed around like its predecessor catch phrases; comfort food, artisanal; even farm-to-table. How pretty and politically correct it all sounds but sadly, and all too many […]