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SOHO GRAND x THE ACADEMY: WE ARE NEW YORK

Soho Grand has partnered with The Academy to co-curate an ongoing art series for 2016. The exhibition looks to explore a series of artists, photographers and illustrators living and …

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ACME RESTAURANT REOPENS WITH EXECUTIVE CHEF BRIAN LOIACONO AT THE HELM

ACME has reopened its doors under the watchful eye of three esteemed team members. Executive chef and partner, Brian Loiacono, has reshaped the restaurant into a contemporary bistro. Building upon the …

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Frank Stella Retrospective

Frank Stella is universally considered one of the most influential painters of his generation. At a time when everyone was praising abstract expressionism, Stella was pioneering the minimalism movement. It’s …

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SoHo Scents From BYREDO

 Byredo – It comes from Old English, redolence, which might even be Shakespeare, meaning sweet smelling perfume and reminiscent of redolence or redolent” – Ben Gorham, Founder. With …

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New Years Eve at Soho Grand

New Years Eve was once again celebrated in true style this year with our annual Black & White Masquerade Ball. With a curated soundtrack from some of the city’s talented DJs and …

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Raoul’s Celebrates 40 Years in Soho

After being in Soho for almost 20 years, we have seen many places come and go in our ever changing neighborhood. Raoul’s, one of our favorite restaurants, proves that when you …

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Top Five New Restaurant Openings

This season we’ve seen several great new additions to the downtown dining scene.  Click through for a round up of our Top 5 Picks. Wildair It was …

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Six Places to Shop This Holiday Season

Christmas is fast approaching but there are still a few days left to get unique gifts from some of our favorite places in New York. 1. Sincerely Tommy – …

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The Annual New Years Eve Black & White Masquerade Ball

2015 is coming to a close which means that our annual Black & White Masquerade Ball is just around the corner. Inspired by Truman Capote’s legendary 1966 dance in honor …

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Aurel Schmidt

There’s nothing like art with a sense of humor, and that is something New York artist Aurel Schmidt has in spades. To wit: her brand new exhibit at Half Gallery, …

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Mudd Club Rummage Sale

Thank you to all who came to last night’s Mudd Club Rummage Sale to support The Bowery Mission Women’s Center. Special thanks to hosts Glenn O’Brien, Maripol, Paul Sevigny and everyone …

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Pressed Juicery now in New York City

Bi-coastal types rejoice! LA’s favorite cold juice vendor Pressed Juicery has opened its first stand alone location in New York City, and in a very convenient location at that. The Lafayette Street …

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The Museum of Modern Art Has Made It More Comfortable For Visitors To The Picasso Sculpture Exhibition

The New York Times called it a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ event, so it stands  to reason that the Picasso Sculpture exhibition has been inundated with visitors wishing to view the …

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Emmetts

New York is known for its pizza slice, but as a native Chicago-an, Emmett Burke missed his hometown’s deep dish style. Unable to find anything in NYC that floated his thick crust-loving …

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My Personal Hell Halloween 2015 at Soho Grand: Hosted by Alexa Chung, Fiona Byrne, Christian Siriano, and Bianca Bianconi

A Picasso, gorilla, and Courtney Love walk into a bar… Take a look inside the Club Room at Soho Grand’s Halloween party! #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item …

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Halloween Playlists from GrandLife DJ’s

Three of our GrandLife DJ’s share some favorite spooky tracks to get your Halloween going. You’ve got the tunes, now get to the party! Happy Halloween! …

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Flinders Lane

Australia’s cuisine is much like the country itself, a blend of nationalities from Southeast Asia, Greece, Italy and Britain and it was with this in mind that Chris Rendell …

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Totokaelo

A former artist’s studio, brand new Soho store Totokaelo still has something of an airy gallery feel, which is apt considering the clothing that hangs from the rails. Rick Owens, Margiela, …

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Tacombi Bleecker Street

Ever since Tacombi opened its first location in Nolita a few years ago, New Yorkers have been flocking to the space for insanely good Mexican food and a chilled atmosphere.

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Day Tripper: Top 5 Autumn Destinations To Explore in Under 24 Hours 

Longing to take in Autumn’s crisp air and colors but only have a day to do so? We take you to five destinations that don’t require weeks off to feel …

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Andrea Mary Marshall’s Pirelli-Inspired Feminist Calendar Exhibition Is Now Open At Garis & Hahn

Andrea Mary Marshall’s The Feminist Calendar 2016 exhibition is quite timely, considering Pirelli recently announced it would be featuring accomplished, influential women for its new calendar, as opposed to …

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SPiN Ping Pong

Bowling? Been there. Karaoke? Done that. Ice-skating? The rinks aren’t open yet! So what’s one to do if one is seeking a fun evening activity in New York that’s somewhat …

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A Clockwork Orange a play by Anthony Burgess

When we first heard about the Hubris Theatre production of A Clockwork Orange at the old Sage Theatre space, visions of bowler hats and black eye makeup immediately popped up, …

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Exhibition: Rebecca Dayan “Assumption”

As if being a successful model and actress wasn’t quite enough, France native Rebecca Dayan has now proven herself as a wonderfully talented painter, too. Her exhibition at the Catherine Ahnell Gallery …

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Eastward Bound: Best Stops For A Long Island Weekend

While the injection of New York City culture can be overwhelming at times, don’t worry – we’ve carved out the must-see stops for a perfect weekend away.

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The Top 5 New York Cookies Worth Traveling For

Cookies have become an important part of New York City's culinary landscape, and as lovers of this delicious treat, we're perfectly fine with that.

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