Dark, sexy hotel with black-and-white decor befitting a vampire.
Japanese futuristic hotel located in Times Square with a “space age minimalist” and “futuristic technology” feel. Cabins have motorized beds that can change into sofas, and a techno wall with a flat screen TV.
More like a museum you can shop at, this high-end antique and curiosity store sells paintings, furniture, skulls, and taxidermy, among other things.
The “most romantic restaurant” in NYC that consists of the carriage house and accompanying barn that used to belong to Aaron Burr. If this name sounds familiar to you, it’s because he had a famous duel with Alexander Hamilton (of ten dollar bill and musical fame) where he, well, killed him. The duel pretty much ruined him and he lost most of his New York property, including this building. It contains a tunnel that is said to have been used as part of the Underground Railroad, but nobody knows who built it or why it was originally built. At one point it was also used as a house “of ill repute.” As an added bonus, it is said to be haunted, one of the ghosts being Aaron Burr himself.
Dine in the dark and enjoy every small subtlety of flavor at a unique, typically randomly-selected venue. All servers are blind. Next location TBD.