THE FRIDAY TOP 5 {03.13.15}

It’s safe to say that we finally put winter behind us and the weather is nice again! In honor of the upcoming spring we’ve picked a few outdoor places to go to, like this amazing outdoor art exhibition and one of the few grass terrace in town. Enjoy the weekend!



MoMA – 11 W 53rd St., Manhattan

Everyone is saying that Björk deserved way more than an exhibition at the MoMA. Still, we think it looks amazing and we’re certainly going to go take a look at all her art pieces (because no, she’s not only a musician and a singer, she’s also a writer).



Dover Street Market

160 Lexington Ave., Manhattan

Dover Street Market installed a few new things like this *almost all red* Comme des Garçons shop. If not for shopping, you can still go see the windows displays that look like nowhere else! Before leaving, don’t forget to stop at Rose Bakery on the first floor.



The Standard East Village – 25 Cooper Square, Manhattan

New York doesn’t have many  outdoor areas, and the ones we find are always packed. But this place is one of a kind, and looks pretty fantastic! Narcissa is located in The Standard (the one in East Village) and serves amazing Californian-inspired food. We are going for the donuts box to share and the vegetarian lasagna, all made with fresh products from Hudson Valley Farm.



77 Worth St., Manhattan

Atera is a brand new restaurant located downtown on Worth St. If there’s one thing we can guarantee you is that Atera is definitely worth it! The tasting menu includes 20 courses that all sound as delicious as they look. Bonus: they make their own chocolates!


Sam Falls: Light Over Time

MetroTech Center – Myrtle Ave., between Jay St. and Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn

Let’s say you want to go for a walk that doesn’t get boring at some point. Come enjoy the outdoor sculptures and colorful installations at the MetroTech Center in downtown Brooklyn. And yes these are all great opportunities to Instagram and show how beautiful the weather is in NYC!


{Images: Instagram, MoMA, Dover Street Market, Narcissa, Atera, Public Art Fund}

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