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A New Year, A New Beginning

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The new year has come and gone, and New York is slowly but surely making a comeback. With pandemic restrictions changing regularly, businesses are making extra efforts to cater to the city that never sleeps in these unprecedented times. From luxury salons to restaurants, New Yorkers still have plenty of things to keep them busy.

For a Makeover

When people come to Angelo David Salon, they can expect to leave with hair they never thought was possible. As owner and creative director of Angelo David Salon, Angelo David Pisacreta is a hair illusionist. Located in an open space overlooking Madison Avenue, the salon boasts a team of highly-trained staff members dedicated to making each client feel welcome and appreciated. angelodavid.com

For French Cuisine

Family-owned and -operated bistro Demarchelier Restaurant has officially opened in Greenport, New York, bringing a taste of France to the North Fork. Situated in the charming village, the new incarnation of the Upper East Side classic is called Demarchelier Bistro. The Greenport location is more casual and extremely cozy, with marble top tables, an antique bar (lovingly relocated from the former location), outdoor seating and colorful paintings by owner Emily Demarchelier’s father (famed artist Eric Demarchelier). demarchelierrestaurant.com

For the Perfect Thank You Gift

There is no better way to enjoy the new year than treating yourself to chocolates from Maribel Lieberman of MarieBelle New York. From the New York City-themed ganache to its famous Aztec hot chocolate and signature truffles, MarieBelle New York offers many favorite chocolate delicacies. MarieBelle’s newest New York shop is located in Midtown Manhattan’s Kitano Hotel. mariebelle.com

For a New Take on Fried Chicken

The owners of Southampton Social Club, Union Burger Bar and Union Sushi & Steak are bringing a new concept to Southampton. Restaurateurs Ian Duke and David Hilty opened Southampton’s first ghost kitchen called The Coop. As Duke put it, The Coop will serve “heavenly fried chicken that will put your taste buds on cloud nine.”

The Coop will be operating out of Southampton Social Club, which is closed during the off-season. The ghost kitchen concept will enable customers to order delivery as well as curbside pick-up. While there will be no indoor or outdoor dining at The Coop, it will be available for catering small gatherings and events. thecooptogo.com

For Traditional Italian Comfort Food

Il Gattopardo serves traditional Southern Italian comfort food that has been adapted for the contemporary palate without compromising the authenticity of the cuisine. The restaurant uses authentic ingredients and keeps to traditional Italian culture and hospitality. Located in the renovated Rockefeller Townhouses, Il Gattopardo boasts a large indoor dining room, an outdoor garden and extra outdoor seating. ilgattopardonyc.com

For the Steak Lover

Bobby Van’s Steakhouse New York, located at 54th Street, is notable for its prime selection of steaks, chops and seafood. Situated in a building once frequented by Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, this is the quintessential place for the New York steakhouse experience. With its richly handcrafted wood walls and well-stocked bar, Bobby Van’s Steakhouse offers both private and conventional seating. Diners can enjoy the award-winning wine list and spacious dining area. bobbyvans.com/steakhouse/54th-street

For a Taste of Greece

Nerai will transport you from the bustling streets of New York City to the shores of Greece. The restaurant sources the freshest and finest ingredients from around the world to offer a contemporary twist on Greek dining. Nerai features a lively bar, elegant dining rooms and intimate private event spaces. Its fresh, seafood-focused dishes and layered cocktails are stripped down to their simple essence and presented beautifully. nerainyc.com

For Something Sparkly

Italian jewelry creator Michela Bruni Reichlin is inspired by her travels to China. Her passion for precious stones has moved her to create a fusion of Eastern and Western taste. All earrings are composed of two pieces: a top and an interchangeable pendant available in a variety of colors and semiprecious stones. Her collection also includes rings, necklaces and bracelets. Design and production are done in Italy.

michelabrunireichlin.com

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