From new hotels to must-try culinary experiences, here’s what’s come this autumn.
The Best New Fall Openings in New York
Pendry Hotel Manhattan
Opening in September 2021 in the Manhattan West development as the first New York City property for Pendry Hotels & Resorts, this laid-back, California-inspired take on modern luxury will invite guests into a relaxed yet sophisticated version of New York and its infectious energy. Fusing elegance and ease, this hotel will feature 164 guest rooms — including 30 premium suites — a signature restaurant and rooftop by Quality Branded, an intimate garden lounge and a signature cocktail parlor. The Pendry Manhattan West will welcome both native New Yorkers and tourists to explore the city’s burgeoning West Side. In fact, it’s the only luxury hotel within the Manhattan West development, accompanying residential units and more than 6 million square feet of custom-designed, state-of-the-art office space already populated by a host of leading media, fashion, sports and technology companies, including Accenture, Amazon, Ernst & Young, JPMorgan Chase and the National Hockey League.
Buddha Bar Restaurant New York City
Officially launching just after Labor Day in the heart of Tribeca is Buddha-Bar Restaurant. (Good news for those who can’t wait: the restaurant had a soft opening in mid-July.) It will offer the same famed cuisine, music and experience as the Buddha-Bar Restaurant that opened in Paris in 1996 with an innovative, modernized take. The restaurant, bar and lounge sit within a historically landmarked building in a vaulted two-story space housing a custom, 16-foot glass Buddha sculpture as the focal point. General manager Franck Maucort has held leadership positions at Jean-Georges, Le Bilboquet, Central Park Boat House and was the General Manger at the original Buddha-Bar New York location. The menu, by Executive Chef Andrew Riccatelli (who has worked with Bobby Flay, Bagatelle and recently David Burke), features a fresh interpretation on Asian cuisine, including beloved dishes from the Paris Buddha-Bar’s menu. To ensure your spot, call (212) 256-0360 or visit buddhabarnewyork.com.
The Wall Street Hotel New York City
The Wall Street Hotel raises the hospitality bar in Manhattan’s famed Financial District, aiming to unify the neighborhood with an impeccably modern approach to service and hospitality. From intimate, elegant guest rooms to luxurious, spacious suites, the hotel has over 170 rooms dedicated to making the stay feel as personalized as possible, with thoughtful touches like Frette bed linens and heated bathroom floors. In true New York fashion, the hotel will house multiplerestaurants, lounges and bars, including a scenic rooftop overlooking New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan, and a welcoming lobby lounge perfect for a cocktail or coffee. To book a night full of New York nostalgia, visit thewallsthotel.com
By Adrienne Faurotefor Haute Living | September 21
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