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Support Local

As the city recoups from the past two years of shutdowns and reopenings, businesses are ramping up and finding new ways to connect with their customers and community.  Restaurants have upped their outdoor dining game with astroturf, heated igloos, and twinkling lights galore and retailers are leaning on loyal customers to return while adapting their storefronts to make visitors feel safe in an indoor space. Local shops and restaurants are what brings personality and culture to New York City and we can’t let them go. To get the journey started, a few businesses we love and support.

Mȗre + Grand

With a mission of “Kind. Love. Celebration”, it only inspires us to step into a store to soak up all the good vibes. Find jewelry, sunnies, clothing, hair accessories, and home goods. Think Anthropologies in boutique form with “one-of-a-kind handmade items”.

Artist & Fleas at the Chelsea Market

What started out as a temporary pop-up in Chelsea Market, Artist & Fleas turned into a full-time stay for “tastemakers, experience creators, designers, collectors, and curators”. While they may not all be local to New York City, these makers are working hard to thrive and find their homebase (maybe near you?).

Joe’s Coffee

Everyone needs a local coffee shop to serve up their perfect cup of ‘joe’. Joe’s Coffee has 21 locations in New York City valuing ethical, green coffee practices with a welcoming community feel in each of their cafes. Moving away? Not to worry, get your favorite beans shipped to wherever you land to keep your coffee roots planted in New York.

Fancy Apple

Fancy Apple for the ‘Big Apple’ - a perfect name for bike rental in Manhattan. Zooming around the city has never been so easy and convenient (especially if you’re staying at Park Central Hotel). Rent a scooter, electric bike, pedicab, or OG bike to explore the city or get from point A to B. Free ride or hire them for a guided tour


Off-Broadway, off-off Broadway…all of them. The return of Broadway was only a couple of months ago but don’t forget the smaller theaters and performers in the Theater District.