On occasion, walking through the city can be overwhelming. While there’s truly a plethora of lovely sights, it can also be impossible to walk freely. There are millions of people that, just like you, are rushing to their lunch breaks, or to be home with their families after a long day… Continue reading Village Secrets 1/Hidden Gardens
It’s a typical New York City day. You’re taking your daily walk around the park, or to work, and, unbeknownst to you, there is a storm brewing. Suddenly, dark clouds begin their treacherous journey into Manhattan… Continue reading Ombrelli
The warmer weather in NYC means shorts, sun glasses, and ice cream. A lot of ice cream. There are many great shops here in NYC, and we happen to be close to quite a few of them. Allow us to take you on a tour of West Village (and surrounding) ice creamy bliss.
Ah, vacation season. The escape from cold weather to white sand and golden sunshine. The salty taste of ocean water. Time spent with family and friends. It’s the best. At least that’s what we think here at NW, and since our Spring/Summer 2017 Collection is centered around California, we thought we’d create a fun vacation guide for a delightful trip to the golden state, put together by our own native Californian on the NW team. Continue reading Goin’ to California- a Vacation Guide
Our NYC location provides us with the opportunity to be supportive of the arts in our community. Broadway is just a few subway stops away, and we enjoy the privilege of attending and supporting Broadway shows. We also recognize that there are amazing local theaters all around our neighborhood that are doing exceptional work. Here are some of the theaters that we are excited to have close by to the NW shop. Continue reading West Village 3/Local Theatres
California is home to some of the most spectacular sunsets in the world. Continue reading California Sunset
For tourists and locals alike, one of the greatest charms of the West Village is its history. So many of the institutions surrounding our shop are iconic, important pieces of New York City, its development, and its compelling story. So, naturally, when we heard that a historic speakeasy was about to reopen, our interest was piqued.