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Block Party: Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg

Unless you’ve been hiding under a cultural rock the last ten years, you’ll know that Brooklyn doesn’t play second best to Manhattan any longer. It’s its own bonafide borough, filled with more incredible restaurants, stores, and coffee shops than you can shake a stick at. If you need more proof,...

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Meet Sessanta’s New Executive Chef Adam Leonti

If you want a taste of Italy much closer to home, you’ll do no better than to embark on the culinary journey that is chef Adam Leonti’s new menu for Sessanta Ristorante. Leonti has recently come onboard as Sessanta’s executive chef, tasked by owner and restaurateur John McDonald with...

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Block Party: Kenmare Street in New York City

Not too long ago, Kenmare Street–that traffic-clogged stretch between Nolita and Chinatown–felt less like a destination and more like a place you had to briefly suffer to get from one more important place to another. In the last few years, however, the street and its surrounds have undergone a...

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Scenes from the SIXTY x ROOT Film Series

How you utilize a hotel stay says a lot about you. Are you a breakfast-in-bed-all-day kind of person? A party-until-dawn type? Or do you sensibly come and go at reasonable hours? It’s a theme we touch on in our latest film collaboration with NYC-based Root Studios. Together, with Root’s...

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Stay SIXTY with Creative Kaitlyn Mikayla

There’s been much talk these days of the female gaze–exploring womanhood and sexuality through the lens of someone who’s been there, done that. A fellow woman, in other words. It’s something you feel distinctly when looking at the work of New York City-based photographer and artist Kaitlyn Mikayla. Her...

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Your Guide to a Perfect Spring Day in NYC

In life, there are people who stand in favor of double dipping and those who stand against it. Food and lifestyle blogger Sophie Svoboda has made it her raison d’être, operating a blog named after that oft-maligned habit that stands in support of catering to life’s most decadent impulses,...

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Chef Richard Fuentes Brings the Med to Miami

When it comes to beachside fare, few cuisines hit the spot quite like the food that comes out of the Mediterranean. Its focus on fresh ingredients and zesty flavors are basically the culinary equivalent of a crashing wave, an umbrella stuck in the sand. And, fortunately for Miami, it’s...

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The Interrogator with Mimi Cheng’s

In an era where everything you could ever want–and plenty that you will never need–is available at the tap of a button, the array of choices has become a mind-numbing expanse of just-too-much. Perhaps as a subconscious response to this, there’s been a surge of restaurants designed in the...

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Josh Mannis: Knowledge of the Future Estate

The front room of Josh Mannis’ new show Knowledge of the Future Estate at the M+B gallery in between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood is full of the kind of waggishly compelling ink-on-paper drawings that have established his reputation as an artistic risk-takers to keep watching. Overcrowded with incongruously...

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The Best of Miami Art Week with SIXTY Hotels

This year marked SIXTY Hotels’ second official Art Basel Miami since our own Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, opened–and, boy, did we have fun. It was a jam-packed, art-filled whirlwind complete with art installations (a Misaki Kawai pool mural and works by Saya Woolfalk, Hayal Pozanti, and Eric Rieger), special dinners (Marlborough Gallery...

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