MATTEO FENAROLI’S TOP 3
His eagerness to strive and entrepreneurial eye have cemented Matteo Fenaroli among Italy’s top young marketing strategists. Based in New York since 2012, he collaborates with up and coming fashion brands. Always in the know, he shares with DATS his top 3 places to eat, drink and much more, in the city he loves the most in the world.
Where to start a fun night with friends, great food and amazing ambience. Must try: the French Onion Soup Burger.
A laid back Moroccan restaurant. Very chill ambience, perfect for a sunny Sunday lunch with some friends.
This place yells America! There’s a big American flag as soon you walk in, live country music, and the best BBQ in the city. A true American experience.
Quickly becoming a classic in the NYC Jazz scene. Bring your date there for an unforgettable night.
If you wanna party and sip cocktails with NYC socialites and celebrities, The Blond is the place for you.
Sunday Funday is only at Felix. Go there for brunch and spend all afternoon drinking mojitos and dancing to Latin hits.
The most advanced and modern shop experience you can get. They stock an amazing selection of the best street wear brands.
Jeffrey New York
An establishment in the city. You can find exclusive pieces from both famous brands and up-and-coming ones.
A revolutionary concept store that drags you, each month, into a different story. To be more precise, every 4 to 8 weeks, this magical places completely reinvents itself (from the interiors to the products it sells) in order to bring to light a new theme.
Go to this hotel for an extraordinary night out. “Sleep no more” is a must experience, but very hard to describe. They call it an “interactive play” but you are not allowed to speak. Wear their signature mask and follow Shakespeare’s masterpiece "Macbeth" steps.
New Museum of Contemporary Art
Probably the most modern museum in the city. Mostly up-and-coming artists transmitting a new vision on art.
Spring and Summer Saturdays are meant to be spent in Williamsburg at Smorgasburg. You’ll find food trucks with any kind of culinary experience; from lobster rolls to pizza, from donuts to Japanese Water Cake!
A former 1901 factory with brick walls and a rooftop bar with breathtaking view on Manhattan. It doesn't get better than this.
The Bowery Hotel
A home away from home for a lot of LA celebrities. It's an establishment in the upcoming Lower East Side; full of art galleries and so many little unique restaurants and bars. Leave your luggage in the room and get lost in the little streets of LES!
Built in 1908 as a home for sailors, this landmark building in the West Village is inspired by luxury ship and train cabins. A old school atmosphere that makes any person that walks in, falling in love with it (I’m sure Wes Anderson would particularly appreciate it!).