Fall in New York


A few weeks ago I came to New York to speak on a panel at ad:tech. There were over 100 people in the room so needless to say I was nervous, but I managed to make the most of the trip, seeing some friends and family and squeezing in a perfect New York afternoon one day. Here are a few photos. There's really nothing like New York City in the fall.
The view from the Ace Hotel. There's a Stumptown Coffee and Opening Ceremony in the lobby, the bar is always packed and so fun. It's become my favorite place to stay in the city.
 Fall in Washington Square Park.
On my first night in New York, I snuck in dinner with one of my oldest friends at Café Select in Soho. It's just a few spots down from the always-Instagrammed Jack's Wife Freda
 My coworker Taylor strolling in Soho.
 On our one free afternoon, we took a cab downtown to see the September 11 Memorial and Museum.
 Walking through Tribeca, my coworker and I stumbled upon Tiny's and stopped in for lunch. The building dates back to 1810 and the food was delicious. I had the burrata and it's one of the best lunches I've had. Ever.

 A sliver of the Empire State Building walking back to our hotel.
Good night, New York!


Melissa Blake said...

Ohhh, I'm going to NYC next summer and these photos are making me soooo excited!!!

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Jillian said...

beautiful! i really need to take a trip to NYC soon. xo jillian - cornflake dreams