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New York Guide: The High Line, Meatpacking & Greenwich Village

Travel Guides Sep 20, 2018

By: Geneva

New York Guide: The High Line, Meatpacking & Greenwich Village

You guyyyyys. I’m excited to share with you another of my guides for New York.

When you think of New York, what do you think of? Chances are it’s the brownstones of Greenwich Village, or a cupcake from Magnolia bakery. In a nutshell, this unique, iconic and utterly romantic area of New York is known the world over. And with good reason! It’s somewhere you can get truly lost, and by simply walking the streets for a whole day, experience so many historic and gorgeous parts of New York.


Make sure to check out our other NY guides – Brooklyn and How to Plan Your Trip.

New York Guide: The High Line, Meatpacking & Greenwich Village

Stay

Take a load off at infamous The Jane hotel – I love the vintage style!

Go luxe with a room at The Standard.

Modern, minimalist and great for its city view go for Hotel Americano.

See & Do

The best way to see this area is to just get walking! I would set aside a day to explore, starting up around Chelsea at the start of the High Line, then working your way down and jumping off now and again to see and eat. Once you reach the end of the High Line in the heart of the Meatpacking district, explore the shops and restaurants of this area and then head over on to Greenwich Village for the gorgeous cobbled lanes and boutique shops. What a day!

The town planner in me never fails to marvel at the gorgeous High Line Park. A disused subway line converted into a stunning, green linear park is a mustn’t miss.

Drop into The Whitney Museum of American Art.

Check out the Comedy Cellar… I honestly loved our night there soooo much!

Shop up a storm in the luxury stores around the Meatpacking District, or wander the pretty boutiques in the West Village.

People watch at Washington Square Park.

Eat & Drink

Eat and shop till you drop at Chelsea Markets.

Stop in at hip hotel The Standard’s restuarants including The Standard Grill and Café Standard.

Looking for a healthy breakfast? Check out The Butcher’s Daughter.

Tartine Café makes an ideal Sunday brunch spot. It’s just soooo cute!

Check out The Spotted Pig, an iconic spot for a hearty lunch.

Have a laid back, gastro pub style lunch or dinner at Hudson Clearwater.

Come back again and again for the quesadilla’s at Tacombi.

Grab a banana pudding at Magnolia Bakery in the West Village and eat it across the road in the park.

Have yummy middle eastern at 12 Chairs.

Have dinner and drinks at The Dutch.

Satisfy all your pavement brunch urges at Rosemary’s. Perfect for afternoon drinks too!

Have sunset cocktails at the top of The Standard.

Feel free to pin this map to plan your trip!

Chelsea Market

The incredible views from the High Line are to die for.

Exploring in a fave DIY dress!

An incredible sight around every corner.

It’s amazing to see a city from this perspective!

Wandering the Meat Packing.

Ben checkin out the Meat Packing

Exploring with this guy!

Getting green.

How beautiful is this brownstone?!

Always exploring in my nude simple sandals!

Red-dy for lunch.

Gorgeous street corners.

Brunch at Butcher’s Daughter.

DIY decor ideas all around!

Ya know, just pretending I live here.

BYO your 3 fave gal pals and talk relationships.

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