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Oct 18

The Most Festive Fall Spots In NYC

The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and it’s finally starting to feel like fall in New York. But if nature’s just not enough for you, there are plenty of spots amping up the autumn vibes so you can take in your favorite season while dining, drinking, and, of course, Instagramming.

[Photo via @eatalyflatiron]


Tavern on the Green

What better place to take in all of Central Park’s changing leaves? From Tavern on the Green’s classic, cozy interiors, to its patio-turned-apple garden, this spot is an autumn must.

Tavern on the Green, Central Park West & 67th Street

[Photo via @tavernonthegreen]



Indulge in fresh Italian fare under a canopy of fall foliage at Eataly Flatiron’s fall greenhouse rooftop, SERRA D’AUTUNNO by Birreria. The lush decor comes complete with baskets of apples and Sidro, a build-your-own spiked cider stand!

SERRA D’AUTUNNO by Birreria, 200 5th Ave.

[Photo via @eatalyflatiron]

The High Line Hotel

The ever-cozy High Line Hotel has practically been transformed into a pumpkin patch, featuring stylishly-carved and colorful gourds and haystacks in its outdoor garden. The perfect spot to grab a coffee and strike a pose.

The High Line Hotel, 180 10th Ave.

[Photo via @april_hyorinny]


Park Avenue Avenue Autumn

Doesn’t really get more straightforward than this. Everyone’s favorite seasonal eatery, which changes everything from its decor to its name to match the season, is officially in autumn mode. Taste the flavors of the harvest, with dishes such as the Kabocha squash and ricotta, burrata and roasted grapes, and pumpkin ravioli.

Park Avenue Avenue Autumn, 360 Park Ave S.

[Photo via Park Avenue Avenue Autumn


La Mercerie

It’s amazing what some flowers can do. La Mercerie, the chic little cafe inside the Roman and Williams Guild, has taken on the colors of the season. As if the place could get any dreamier.

La Mercerie, 53 Howard St.

[Photo via @mbkimchi]


Arlo SoHo

Trendy downtown hotel and hang Arlo Soho has transformed their outdoor courtyard into the ultimate autumn destination with the help of Farm to People, an organization that supports small batch producers. Apples, pumpkins, and “fall chic” greenhouses galore. Pick your own locally-sourced apples at The Arlo Orchard, and stop by their weekly “Happle Hours” when you can take part in pumpkin carvings and sip new harvest cocktail creations like the “Orchard Thief” and the “Maple and Fig Old Fashioned.”

Arlo SoHo, 231 Hudson St.

[Photo courtesy Arlo SoHo]


Sézane L’Appartement New York

The Parisian shop and cafe has replaced its bright summer facade with garlands of rich fall florals. We’re not telling you to go there just for an #OOTD, but we’re also not not telling you that.

Sézane L’Appartement New York, 254 Elizabeth Street

[Photo via @chloejg]


The West Village

If there’s one neighborhood that embodies fall in New York, it’s the West Village. Take a romantic stroll and enjoy a stoop tour of the decked-out townhouses.

[Photo via @carlyahill]


Rockefeller Center

Who needs a giant Christmas tree when there are piles of pumpkins and scarecrows?!

Rockefeller Center, 45 Rockefeller Plaza

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Old Rose

Enjoy your pizza with a side of pumpkins, courtesy of Flower Girl NYC and Old Rose at the Jane Hotel.

Old Rose, 113 Jane St.

[Photo via @flowergirlnyc]


Written By: Stephanie Maida


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