Rooftops, Frosé, and Central Park. What’s not to love about summers in New York? I love to spend my time in the city in the summer when it’s not nearly as crowded as other seasons. In case you’re in town a have a few spots you have to get to before that chill in the air makes a routine appearance!
First off, I literally have to share one of my favorite (and newly discovered) boutique hotels: The Marcel at Gramercy. The decorating style here is so modern chic I was obsessed. Not to mention the views of their outdoor terrace (shown above). I was pleasantly surprised with finding this hotel and recommend if you’re staying around Gramercy.
Another one of my favorite spots for the summer was a little farther south into Manhattan at Beaubourg in Le District. Of course I have a soft spot for French cuisine but more importantly, who doesn’t have a soft spot for Frosé? I personally identify as a Frosé connoisseur after this summer and this spot was one of my favorites for it.
And naturally, how can you not spend time in Manhattan without going to Central Park. The best place for a summer to fall transition. The best place to be for some down time as I’m sure you tri-staters know.
And in case you were wondering what to do in a city that never sleeps (and wondering where I was going in a dress like so), I’d head over to PHD Terrace at Dream Midtown for more great views and a good time. Why waste a single second of rooftop season, right?
Anyway, I’m off to unpack my fall clothing while dreaming of warmer days.