I adore restaurants that have been around forever such as Café Luxembourg and Indochine. I love the mix of people and the energy.
One of my favorite eateries as it sizzles with a throwback New York style. The red neon sign, the iconic Martinique wallpaper, the lychee martinis, and the bevy of models… A true Studio 54-era restaurant. Staples include the spicy beef salad, summer rolls, and the Chilean sea bass. A forever classic.
A true New York institution. I first went here in the 80’s and saw Sade sitting in a booth and my jaw dropped. To this day, the crowd is sexy, eclectic, and the perfect mix of New York that I love. The wallpaper, dim lights, great music, and delicious food make it a party every single time.
A favorite with New Yorkers and world travelers since its opening in 1984, Indochine is a timeless classic that combines stylish ambience, tropical décor and exotic French-Vietnamese cuisine that are perfect for intimate dinners and large groups alike.