Nom Wah Tea Parlor on Doyers Street is no ordinary dim sum restaurant – it's a fabled place dating back to 1920. It still retains its vintage charm, generations of loyal customers, and a menu you'll want to sample in its entirety – on repeat visits, of course.
That tall building on the Lower East Side? That's your citizenM New York Bowery hotel. Inside, it has 300 XL beds, a 20-storey Museum of Street Art, and a rooftop bar with sensational views of Manhattan. And outside? It's New York... but not quite the touristy part. Sleep here to see a different side of NYC.