Spring in New York City is the f*cking best; you’re basically pregaming for Summer the entire time! There’s so much to do, places to go, and food to eat. Here’s my ultimate guide to having a fun, unforgettable experience.

Rooftop Bars:

Spectacular views, refreshing cocktails and delicious food! What more can you ask for? The weather this spring has been so perfect that I’m wearing dresses, and it’s only April. Once my legs are out and I’m wearing heels; it’s officially Rooftop Szn’

 

Elsie Rooftop and PHD Terrace are currently my go to rooftops! A couple of my other favorite spots you guys should check out: The Fleur Room, Refinery Rooftop, Monarch Rooftop, Magic Hour, Haven Rooftop and Mr. Purple.


Hop On Hop Off – Tour Bus & Cruise!

If you want to see all of New York’s famous attractions, this is an awesome adventure for you. I do the hop on, hop off tour bus and cruise, at least once a year! It’s such a fun experience; whether you’re a tourist or New Yorker.

 

The Empire State Building, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square & more.


Spring Markets and Festivals:

Looking to try new food or just relax? I got you! There are tons of fun markets and festivals you can enjoy, without having to feel like you need to get dressed up!

 

Smorgasburg is a massive food market in New York! They have a variety of yummy and “instagram-able” worthy food. Every Saturdays on the Williamsburg Waterfront, Sundays in Prospect Park and Fridays at One World Trade Center.

 

The Governors Ball Music Festival is held on Randall’s Island from May 31st – June 2nd! I’ve always had a blast going with friends and the lineup this year looks insane. The 1975, Louis The Child, Florence + The Machine and so much more!!


Hudson Yards:

Hudson Yards in Midtown Manhattan opened last month on the 15th, and if you’re looking for a new hangout spot, this is the hottest place to be. With a ton of new restaurants, shops, art installations and FINALLY a Neiman Marcus in New York City; the flagship location with three large floors — Hudson Yards is basically a playground for adults!

 

The Vessel (TKA), being the remarkable centerpiece of Hudson Yards is their main attraction! It’s a spiral staircase comprised of 154 interconnecting stairs, 2,500 individual steps and 80 landings. Yes, your legs will be incredibly sore tomorrow… but the view is so breathtaking, the pain is worth it (sorta). If you’re up for it, reserving tickets is easy and complimentary; just book online here!


Baseball Games:

Whether you’re a Yankees or a Mets fan, a baseball game with friends, food and drinks is an ideal spring activity. I grew up going to Yankees games and it’s the best!

Photo by Sarah Stier (Getty Images)

Stay fabulous! 💋

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