Discoverable Casual Friday.

        New York City is a playground for any fashionistas and lifestyle lovers. From the very conservative and elitist world of the Upper East Side to the artsy and trendy Soho, everyone can find their own atmosphere. As I am back to the big apple for two weeks, here are some good addresses to enjoy your time in the city that never sleeps!

       For shopping the best place to go is the department store Barney’s on Madison Avenue, really close to Central Park. They have high fashion and affordable brands. The best time to go is during the sales throughout the year where you can find for example Chanel shoes for less than 400$ instead of the extravagant full price!

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http://www.barneys.com

Feeling a bit hungry? The company Juice Press are the healthiest places in the city. They make fresh food and fresh juices daily for the best of your health! You can find them in Midtown and Upper East Side.

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https://www.juicepress.com

In the district of Hells Kitchen really close to Time Square, there is a few restaurant worth your attention. One of them is the Hummus Kitchen, specialised in the Middle eastern/Israeli cuisine. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.

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http://hummuskitchen.com

A little bit classier is Beautique. Right next to the Plaza Hotel and Central Park, the french and italian dishes are delicious as well as the service. It is really a cosy and classy place to hang out for a drink or a nice dinner!

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http://beautiquedining.com

       Two museums are the absolute must do’s of the city. The MET museum or one of the biggest museum in the world has a huge range of collections for every passionate of art. Adding to the wonderful and rich collections, the rooftop terrace has an amazing view over Central Park and the buildings surrounding the park.

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http://www.metmuseum.org

       The newly reopened Whitney American art museum hosts the best collection of Andy Warhol and many other American artists.

http://whitney.org

       If you like to walk around, the High Line, from Midtown to Greenwich Village will give you a green break in your city adventures, just to relax. Along the promenade (which is an old outside subway line transformed into a garden), you will find art galleries and at the end you will end up in the best shopping streets of the city with young as well as established designers. This part of the city is the best to get lost and discover downtown!

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