New York City

Baccarat Hotel NY-Opulent, Sexy, Beautiful

PetiteGreek - March 14, 2016

Having a conversation and a cocktail underneath a 64-arm Baccarat chandelier, surrounded by Jouffre silk-covered walls and plush banquettes is about as sexy as you can get. I could go into paragraphs of how stunningly beautiful the Grand Salon, Petite Salon, Library and the Bar of the Baccart Hotel & Residences NYC are but as they say, “pictures are worth a thousand words” so I’ll …

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Estiatorio Milos NYC, Food for the Gods

PetiteGreek - March 12, 2016

The closest thing to a high end Greek dining experience without sitting next to the Mediterranean sea is dining at Estiatorio Milos NYC. I absolutely love this restaurant. The long, flowy white, sheer drapery against a white washed, modern setting is a gorgeous place that transports you straight to Greece the minute you walk through the door. Fresh, just caught whole fish sit on large …

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Cosme Contemporary Mexican

PetiteGreek - March 11, 2016

Don’t expect to see piñatas, colorful decor or traditional Mexican music playing in the background, this isn’t that type of Mexican restaurant. Amazing, blow your mind food and great service is what Cosme is all about. Walking in you see clean lines with a very simple decor. Concert floors but warmed with wood tables, chairs and shelving with books and wine glasses surrounding the entire …

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Fifth Avenue Creates Magic as The Winter Palace Debuts

PetiteGreek - December 30, 2015

Christmas comes to life as Saks Fifth Avenue recreates its store into The Winter Palace, a first of its kind to ever debut this 2015. A three-dimensional, theatrical light show that will give you holiday goosebumps of joy! On November 23rd, at 7 PM, this light show was unveiled staring, 200 choir members from The Oratorio Society of New York and the Cathedral Choristers of …

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NY Botanical Gardens Holiday Train Show

PetiteGreek - December 29, 2015

NY Botanical Gardens Holiday Train Show Enter into a magical world of toy trains and New York landmarks recreated from bark, wood, rocks, and other natural materials. Locomotives zooming along the Brooklyn Bridge, near the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building on nearly a half-mile of train track. You can explore a wondrous world of miniature New York through nature and the magic …

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The Magic of Christmas Windows in New York

PetiteGreek - December 19, 2015

When you think of NYC Christmas traditions, window displays are at the top of that list. Christmas windows in New York displays in major NYC department stores goes as far back as 1883 when Macy’s debuted its first Christmas animated shop window. Today the imagination and designs are far beyond anything we’ve seen in the past. With the use of Swarovski crystals, pearls, 3D images …

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