Established in 2012, Oatmeals is the world’s first oatmeal bar. Patronized by those who truly savor this flavorsome meal, Oatmeals has become widely known for its unique recipes and signature sweet and savory oatmeal bowls.
Located in the meatpacking district, this historic and once abandoned rail line is now an elevated public park. You only find elevated parks in New York, right? Wrong! Actually, the High Line was inspired by the Parisian park La Promenade Plantée, which opened in 1993 (sixteen years before High Line).
The all day brunch and lunch menu is such a crowd pleaser here at Peels, located on the corner of Bowery. You are welcomed with large open windows, two bars, and a hearty crowd. It’s country kitchen meets New York sophistication.
A social club…a ping pong social club, that is. Spin has a bar like atmosphere, but rather than billiards tables on the floor you’ll find ping pong tables.
Just two blocks from Union Square, Haven’s Kitchen is a converted carriage house turned renowned recreational cooking school, food shop, and event space. The focus here is to create amazing food while being aware of a sustainable food system.
With an eye for clean and natural designs, owner Urte Tylaite, offers carefully curated contemporary artwork and designs. You will find unique accessories, home goods, and décor in this modest East Village boutique.