Lower East Side Manhattan City Guide

I’m back in one of my favorite cities for fashion week, and I’m so excited to be here (even though it’s a little chillier than LA). I’m staying in the Lower East side this trip, so I thought I would look back at my city guide last year for a refresher. I’ve been building up a little collection of city guides (click here to see them all) but so glad to be back in New York for now! It’s been too long.

Mr Purple Rooftop Bar

Mr Purple: The main thing I love about Mr. Purple is the gorgeous rooftop views! I think New York is one of the best cities to view from up high, and I don’t mind sipping on a yummy drink at the same time!

Sixty Hotel: I stayed at this one during this past trip, and it is one of my new favorite places to stay! They also have a gorgeous rooftop view, and the rooms are so luxurious and comfy. Plus, I just love that it’s right in the middle of everything on the Lower East Side!

Sixty Hotel Rooftop View Lower East Side Manhattan Ice Cream


10Below: This ice cream shop has become one of my favorite places! They have Thai-style ice cream rolls made with fresh ingredients on the spot! I may or may not be officially addicted.

The Meatball ShopAt the Meatball Shop, you can create your own bowls by choosing a sauce, your favorite veggies, eggs, etc. I really like places like this because you can pick and choose to get exactly what you’re in the mood for. This one is a pretty frequent stop for me usually!

Pizza BeachWhen it’s warm enough, I always like to eat outside here by the pretty, turquoise walls and beach vibes. They also have amazing rosé.

The Meatball Shop NYC

Ludlow Hotel:  I’m staying at this beautiful hotel again this year, I think it’s becoming a tradition. I borrowed these photos from Always Judging (because she captures the hotel so well!) – The hotel is known for it’s marble countertops and vintage gold hardware, and has amazing views. So glad to be staying here again!

Ludlow Hotel, Lower East Side Manhattan Tijuana Picnic


Tijuana Picnic: I think Tijuana Picnic is probably my very favorite in NYC (not sure why I haven’t taken photos there yet! These are from here and here). They obviously serve Mexican food, and they have amazing, really, really spicy jalapeño margaritas ( I love anything spicy). They also have a really fun night scene so they get really busy as it gets later.

Whynot CoffeeWhynot is another new one on my list. They kind of remind me of Stumptown in LA, because of that pretty, hipster feel and really good coffee. Photo on the left is from here!

Whynot Coffee Lower East Side Manhattan Assembly NYC Store

Assembly: I love Assembly in LA, and the NY location is equally beautiful! They’re store layout is dreamy for the minimalist in me and they have a lot of cute clothes.

Kiehl’s: Keihl’s is a really nice all natural skin, body and hair care place. Their products are amazing, and believe it or not they’ve actually started 165 years ago!! Crazy.

ReformationI always look forward to seeing this store because they have a little sign out front with cute phrases that they change every so often, like “Stay warm but look cute” or “More trees, less walls.” There’s also one of these in LA!

These photos are from 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Keihls NYC Reformation NYC

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