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Tips and Articles in Manhattan

Start with an early gem: Clifford Brown, New Star on the Horizon (Blue Note 5032), from the Modern Jazz Series. Brown is cropped close against the record album's left-hand border, natty in a loose-fitting houndstooth jacket. The gleaming brass tru...
Mexico City: Enrique Olvera For the scoop on where to eat in the Distrito Federal, T+L caught up with one of the city’s top chefs. Renowned for modernizing Mexican cuisine with his signature restaurant, Pujol (dinner for two $145), Olvera is exe...
The Hotel Americano, the first U.S. outpost of the splashy Mexican hotel chain Grupo Habita, recently materialized on Manhattan’s West 27th Street. It’s situated between 10th and 11th Avenues, at the northern frontier of the Chelsea art district, ...
Performing arts enthusiasts can rejoice with the opening of the Atrium at Lincoln Center on November 12. The visitor’s space offers for the first time a one-stop box office for same-day tickets—some discounted—to all the performing arts organiza...
It may not have a fleet of 14 bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms like its legendary 1928 namesake in Hong Kong, but the Peninsula Beverly Hills, designed by James Northcutt, prides itself on extraordinary service just the same. Like the monogrammed pill...
Back in mid January, a month before the new Ace Hotel & Swim Club, in Palm Springs, officially welcomed its first guest on February 12, the owners held a two-day “job fair” to staff the completely refurbished five-acre property on the eastern leg ...
At New York’s Queen Sofía Spanish Institute, “Balenciaga: Spanish Master” (spanishinstitute.org; through Feb. 19) shows the late Basque couturier’s avant-garde pieces, including gowns worn by Spanish nobility. This season, Louis Vuitton celebrate...
There’s a new maestro at New York City’s Lincoln Center—Jonathan Benno, the former chef de cuisine at the Michelin three-starred Per Se. Lincoln, housed in a glass-encased space designed by architects Diller Scofidio & Renfro, is amping up the app...
What do Nigerian-British fashion designer Duro Olowu and New York–based contemporary painter Kehinde Wiley have in common? Their works, along with pieces by South African collective Ardmore Ceramic Art and more than 100 other African artists, make...
Once a 1930’s hangout for the likes of Fred Astaire, Irving Berlin, and John Barrymore, the Lambs Club, originally designed by Beaux-Arts architect Stanford White, has been reinvented as the new 83-room Chatwal. A decade in the making, the hotel i...
Who He Is: A serial digital entrepreneur who launched his first start-up at the ripe old age of 26, Lewis has long viewed the Internet as a vehicle for empowering consumers. It was only a matter of time before this road warrior turned his sights ...
America has always liked its public sculpture big. Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 1960s and 1970s (Princeton Architectural Press; $45), by Jonathan D. Lippincott, takes a close look at how 30 postwar artists were able to realize their g...
Travel is a powerful engine of change: It can protect environments, preserve cultures, and transform lives. Once again, Travel + Leisure honors the companies and organizations that are harnessing travel to positively impact our world. With the hel...
“My luggage was once lost and I had to attend a meeting in a Delta Air Lines T-shirt,” says Pierre Antoine Dourneau, general manager of Soho House New York. Not exactly appropriate business attire for a man who is also working on the British hotel...
New York’s Eataly—a vast emporium dedicated to all things Italian and delicious—gathers a transatlantic all-star team of pizzaioli, gelato-makers, brewers, bakers, wine experts, pasta artisans, and a certain red-ponytailed chef you may have heard ...