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The Meatpacking District - NYC at its Hottest

One of the hottest neighborhoods in New York City today, the Meatpacking District boasts some of Lower Manhattan's trendiest fashion boutiques, restaurants, nightclubs, bars, and art galleries. Spanning West 14th Street to Gansevoort, and the Hudson River to the West Village, this historic district is now a globally recognized haven for all things hip in NYC. Home to a section of the High Line, the new Whitney Museum of American Art, Chelsea Market, designer shops such as Christian Louboutin and Tory Burch, as well as wonderful restaurants like Pastis, the Meatpacking District has something for everyone, day and night.

Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg's flagship store is the cornerstone of the Meatpacking District's fashion quarter. This incredible shop, with its cool glass walls and curved façade, features the designer's famous women's wear, sportswear, and eveningwear, including wrap dresses, shirts, skirts, as well as seasonal items such as coats and swimwear. Also in stock are designer footwear and jewelry, with a hidden stairwell leading down to an exclusive VIP fitting area with beverage service. Visit dvf.com


Reminiscent of a 1930s Parisian brasserie, Pastis, opened by Keith McNally, is a lively French bistro in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. Perfect for lunch, brunch, or dinner, with indoor and street seating, the café serves hearty Provençal dishes and moderately-priced bistro fare, including steak tartar, seared tuna, oysters, sandwiches, and salads. Sit at the pewter bar and enjoy hand-made cocktails, wines by the glass, or the namesake Pastis, an anise-flavored aperitif from the south of France. Visit www.pastisnyc.com

Spice Market

A popular Southeast Asian restaurant in the Meatpacking District with unique hothouse décor, Spice Market is a must for every adventurous palate. Grab a table or sit at the cantilevered bar upstairs and dine on spicy Indian cuisine, such as chicken wings drizzled in sweet chili sauce, bowls of curried duck, short ribs, chicken samosas, and mushroom eggrolls. Visit http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/spice_market/.

Agora Gallery

Located in the Chelsea art district, Agora Gallery is a contemporary fine art space, showcasing spectacular artists from NYC and exhibits from around the world. Agora also hosts the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, as well as regular special events in support of organizations that foster social and environmental awareness. Visit http://www.agora-gallery.com/default.aspx