Favorite NYC Coffee Shops

Two Hands

A few Australians come to NYC open a coffee shop and BAM huge success.  Two Hands is a breath of fresh air amongst the crowded Little Italy/Chinatown streets.  Stop in for their famous avocado toast and some of the best coffee in town.

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Happy Bones

If you walk too fast you'll miss this quaint coffee shop.  It's a small place on Broome Street with only three small tables, however, if you're looking for your daily cortado this is the place to go.  

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Ost Cafe

This East Village Cafe looks like a New York café manufactured for a Hollywood soundstage: Charming exposed brick walls, pressed tin ceilings and vintage velvet armchairs.  What more can you ask for with a great cup of coffee.

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Maman/Toby's Estate

Want Paris in New York?  Look no further then Maman in SoHo.  All coffee comes from Toby's Estate, one of the best coffee shops in NYC.  While the food at Maman is all influenced from the south of France with a vegetable focused menu. This place is perfect for a catch up, lunch date or work time.

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GQ x Jimmy Choo Event

We're co-hosting the GQ x Jimmy Choo event for the new men's fragrance by Jimmy Choo. The event will take place on Thursday November 6th from 6-8 PM.

Where: Bloomingdale's - The Beauty Studio

                                          59th Street & Lexington Avenue

Details:

Gift With Purchase: Copy of GQ Style with any Jimmy Choo Man or Montblanc Legend Fragrance purchase

Service: Free fragrance engraving with any purchase of Jimmy Choo Man or Montblanc Legend

Sweepstakes: Drop and entry card in the box for (5) lucky contestants to win a $500 Bloomingdale’s gift card. 


We hope to see you there!

 

Back to Basics

All Photography by Marcel Dutch

www.marceldutch.com

Contact: info@marceldutch.com

Isaiah's Outfit: Hat: En Nior,  Jacket: ZARA , Shirt: Topman, Pant: All Saints, Loafers:  Doc Marten

 

Isaiah Notes:  As much as I travel, there’s nothing like that feeling of going home after a long period of time. Washington DC is always changed each time I come back to visit whether it’s more expensive transit or new restaurants and coffee shops  getting built in my neighborhood.  Amara forced me out in the city on this beautiful sunny day to rekindle the relationship with me and the city I was born and raised in. It’s something about home that always influences me to dress preppy, I don’t know if it’s the political setting or the historical landmarks but school boy chic was the look I was pushing for that day. I just purchased that En Nior cap which was kind of pricy but sometimes it’s essential that you add those new investment statements to add to the wardrobe to keep you evolving and I’m absolutely obsessed. It matched perfectly with my biker Zara jacket and my go to edgy but polished doc marten loafers.

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Collegiate Lifestyle

All Photography by Andrew Tinari

Robert's Outfit: Pants: Club Moncao  Jacket: J-Crew , Shirt: Calvin Klein, Shoes: Cole Hann

Miguel's Outfit: Shoes: Cole Hann, Pants: ASOS, Shirt: H&M, Scarf: ZARA

This shoot took place at the well known LaSalle Academy which is currently owned by St. John's University.  This is one of the oldest estates on Long Island, dating back to 1900.  The models, Robert Sagel and Miguel Ray hail from Michigan and Nevada but play Division 1 soccer at Temple University in Philadelphia.  The style of this photo shoot was to portray a simple collegiate look that you'll find on many prestigious university around the world.  What better way to represent this look then two current student athletes.