October 2014

Last seasons pants

October 29, 2014

Estela- Estellar

buttons bursting open

47 East Houston Street
(212) 219-7693

The highest Pants praise! You'll head home to stretchy-pants bliss.

pants at a glance

  • scene: Cramped chic; cozy yet bustling with exposed brick and candles
  • sip: Anything if you can get the bartender's attention
  • savor: Mussels Escabeche; Burrata; Arroz; Ricotta Dumplings
  • sit: With foodie friends from out of town; With another couple before you go out for some drinks; date night
  • stilettos: Estela is pretty hot right now, but still casual; rag and bone skinnies, a flannel shirt and moto boots would look right at home
  • spend: $$
  • address: 47 East Houston Street
  • phone number: (212) 219-7693
  • website: www.estelanyc.com

pants picks

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Did you hear the one about the President whose card got declined at a trendy NYC eatery? Yeah, well we did too ( He should have used Cover, but I digress)… Presidential seal or not, Estela is worth a visit, but it takes a little patience. Estela is very small; Actually not really small as […]

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October 16, 2014

Azasu- Cups Runneth Over

buttons open

49 Clinton Street
(212) 777-7069

Excellent. You'll consume more than your skinny jeans will allow.

Azasu NYC

pants at a glance

  • scene: Lots of shiny metal, but not cold; simple mixed with some whimsy
  • sip: EVERYTHING! Frozen shochu cocktails, Hoppy with Shochu, cup sake
  • savor: Fried chicken; ham katsu sandwich; pork dumplings
  • sit: With several friends who need to unwind; with anyone who wants to try something different than the usual bar
  • stilettos: LES...funky sneakers and a Kenzo sweatshirt and you are all set...
  • spend: $
  • address: 49 Clinton Street
  • phone number: (212) 777-7069
  • website: www.azasunyc.com

pants picks

The first time I ever had sake it was in college, it was in the form of a “bomb” and it was disgusting, but  I probably didn’t even realize because I  plopped into a giant mug of beer and sucked it down as fast as I could.  I tried sake again intermittently throughout my twenties, […]

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