Garbstore's Guide to New York

Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York
Garbstore's Guide to New York

Garbstore's Guide to New York

Shop - The Quality Mending Co. - 15 Prince Street, New York, NY, 10012 Started in 2003 by Irish-born vintage aficionado Oliver Harkness, The Quality Mending Company is a treasure trove in the truest sense. Stocking only the very best in vintage menswear, you are sure to find a rare piece from the carefully sourced and curated selection of American and European heritage garments. Eat - Cafe Habana - 17 Prince Street, New York, NY, 10012 Also in NoLita and across the road from The Quality Mending Company, is the perennially popular Dominican diner, Cafe Habana. Celebrities and locals alike squeeze into the booths surrounded by colourful murals for a quick lunchtime bite. Inevitably, a queue forms in peak hours, but the wait is well-worth it for their speciality: queso fresco covered grilled Mexican-style corn, no trip to New York is complete without one. Drink - The Wren - 344 Bowery, New York, NY, 10002 For those who have been walking around the blisteringly cold winter streets of New York, this cosy bar on Bowery serves as a welcome respite. With the best hot toddies in town and hearty pub fare available until 1am, this is your go-to easy-going bar. Visit - The High Line Part 3 - Gansevoort Street to West 34th Street The High Line is a much-lauded civic project - a public park built on a rail line elevated above the West Side of Manhattan from the Meatpacking District all the way up to West 34th Street. The third, and most northern section that has been re-developed opened in September 2014 and curves around the Rail Yards of Pennsylvania Station. With artists' installations, film screenings and glass viewing platforms above the streets, the High Line is a perfect walk for a sunny afternoon.