NYC Itinerary Weekend Guide

There are so many NYC weekend itineraries out there, but as someone who works in NYC, I know some of the best spots. This is a mix of more local spots and tourist spots, a lot of them are super fun and photo worthy.

Friday night

Dinner at Hotel Chantelle

Enjoy dinner on the rooftop! The vibes here offer a Parisian garden, where you can get a creative cocktail or a glass of champagne. The menu here is French and has items from Truffle cacio e Pepe, to Short Rib.


Coffee at the famous Cafe Leon Dore

You all know me, I am a sucker for a good café. This coffee shop is inspired by Greek coffee and pastry culture, located in downtown New York. The menu features the Freddo espresso and Freddo Cappuccino also known as the TikTok famous “whipped coffee” as well as an assortment of pastries and other items.

Shop and take photos in Soho

Soho is a really cool area to spend the morning. There are tons of high end shops and more local, NYC shops. There are also tons of photo worthy spots in Soho. Some of the best photo worthy locations in this area are Nomo Soho and the Ralph Lauren store.

Brunch at Lamia Fish Market

Lamia is an underwater themed restaurant and has a killer brunch. The décor here is stunning! When I went for brunch they had a DJ, it was so much fun. The brunch menu items include lobster rolls, seafood omelet, and blueberry French toast.  The drink options our Sake Bloodily Mary’s, Rose Sangria, Bellini’s and Pear-tini. Each cocktail was great and the food was fabulous.

Grab cookies at Funny Face Cookie

This small hole-in the-wall bakery was opened by Sarah Silverman. The cookie spot started with cupcake but shortly after designed the now famous cookies.  You can cookies with famous memes, celebrities and much more. I got a double chocolate gooey cookie and was probably one of the best cookies I’ve ever had.


Eat at Noir NY Restaurant

The gold décor combined with the red dimmed lights gives the space, gives grown and sexy vibes. Noir is an upscale restaurant which also turns into a party dinner at night.  The dinner menu is sophisticated and ranges from high quality steak options, Pork Chops, Sushi, Tuna Cakes, Caviar and more.


Museum of Ice-Cream

This is a total photo worthy spot! Tickets are 48$ per person. There are tons of interactive exhibits throughout the museum where you can play and take photos. You can also try a bunch of different ice-cream flavors throughout the museum.


Lunch at Serra by Bierra at Eataly

Serra is a Seasonal rooftop restaurant that offers rustic and “down to earth Italian dishes” and hand crafted cocktails. They change their decor seasonally, and it definitely worth stopping in. Afterwards, you can go downstairs and shop at their market.


 The Summit is one of the top 30 tallest building in the world and offers stunning views of NYC from the top.  Tickets cost $59 for adults and $53 for children. They have an interactive art exhibit and the best time to come is during sunset on a weekday.






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