The Chicest Places To Dine In Manhattan For NYFW That Will Always Be On Trend

From stylish downtown spots to luxurious midtown destinations—Haute Living is giving an inside look into the most fashionable restaurants in New York to dine at this week for NYFW—that will of course always be on trend.


Located on Park Avenue in Gordon Bunshaft’s modernist midtown skyscraper Lever House, is SA hospitality group’s Casa Lever. The dynamic space merges the rich history from the original designer Mark Newson with a modern look restyled by William T. Georgis. The walls, adorned with contemporary artist Damien Hirst’s works of art. Casa Lever is the perfect backdrop for a stylish crowd. 390 Park Ave.


Little PrinceFollowing a brief closure due to the pandemic, co-founders—and the masterminds behind another New York staple, Lola Taverna—Will Makris and Cobi Levy are reopening this downtown institution. Just in time for NYFW. 199 Prince St.


Lola TavernaLittle Prince’s sister spot, Lola Taverna brings the greek isles to Soho. The restaurant has quickly become an “it-spot” among a very fashion-forward clientele. In between shows, enjoy fresh greek-fare blanketed under a lush arrangements of florals. 210 6th Ave. 


Sadelle'sBrunch downtown? Sadelle’s is the answer. Start your morning off right with the iconic tower filled with an assortment of smoked salmon, whitefish, fresh bagels, cucumbers, tomatoes, and more that will keep you fueled for a full day of shows and presentations. 463 W. Broadway 


La MercerieLocated inside the stylish furniture store Roman and Williams Guild in Soho sits La Mercerie. The luxe cafe, helmed by Chef Marie-Aude, offers a classic assortment of French fare. 53 Howard St. 


The Winter Garden at The Standard, East VillageAfter a long day of back-to-back shows, cozy up at The Winter Garden at The Standard, East Village. Enjoy a heated drink and fondue under twinkling lights or snuggle up and shed some layers in one of the heated alpine yurts. Not to mention, it’s super close to the shows. 25 Cooper Sq. 


The GridLocated in the heart of NoHo sits Manhattan’s first and only legal whiskey distillery since the Prohibition era. The massive space offers tours, a working distillery, tasting room bar, speakeasy, and retail space. In between shows swing by The Grid, a chic eatery offering a modern approach to American cuisine led by Executive Chef Adam Raksin. Designed by the Groundswell Design Group, inspired by old New York with leather booths and wood-paneled walls, The Grid is a beautiful spot to dine during NYFW. 686 Broadway.

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