Tourist Attraction in New York City, NY, United States
The womens store next door and this masculine counterpart were originally opened together under the same management. The shops have since split ways but are still going strong. I found a great selection of both business and non-business attire here, definitely worth checking out for guys who attend looking to overspend on clothes.
Brazilian Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, United States
Pitchers upon pitchers of caipirinhas is the best way to enjoy this establishment. Get the passion fruit version if you're curious enough to try something other than classic lime, it's just as delicious! The authentic Brazilian cuisine is also phenomenal; just be prepared to eat while other patrons are dancing in very close quarters.
Thrift / Vintage Store in New York, NY, United States
This thrift shop isn't anything close to a Goodwill, the clothes are all high quality and seem like old inventory that didn't sell in their original store. The mark-down scheme is interesting, the longer an item doesn't sell, the more it gets marked down. I chatted with the ladies on staff and they move through product pretty fast and that's the goal. No men's clothes though :(
Japanese Restaurant in New York City, NY, United States
It's a very well hidden restaurant on the ground floor of a much larger building that doesn't house any other restaurants or retail spaces. The sushi was delicious and quite cost-efficient while the buckwheat soba tasted unadulterated and refreshing. The staff is very attentive and genuinely seem to benefit from the no-tipping policy.