Moono means “gateway” in Korean, and Michelin starred chef Hoyoung Kim of Jua hopes his second, more casual Korean restaurant in NoMad will be a gateway to Korean culture through food. The bi level space is stunning, located in an historic Romanesque Grolier Club building, with a seven seat green marbled bar, warm wood tones, and soaring ceilings. The mural on the hemispheric domed ceiling is drawn in the style of Minhwa traditional Korean folk art, and the menu will challenge your palate with dishes you probably haven’t tried before, like uni sotbap rice, foie gras noodles with anchovy dashi, radish kimchi buckwheat crepes and mung bean jeon Korean pancakes. 29 E 32nd Street,


Brooklyn based multidisciplinary architecture and interior studio JAM has opened JAM Shop in the firm’s spacious Dumbo studio, offering one of a kind vintage furniture, lighting, décor, and art by appointment only. As longtime lovers of vintage finds and travel, JAM co-founders and principals Joe McGuier and Megan Prime have spent years cultivating and refurbishing personally sourced, highly sought after pieces exclusively for JAM clients. As their inventory expanded, so too did their vision for a shop and its potential to serve a wider audience of design lovers. “JAM Shop is more than just a trove of vintage and antique treasures,” Prime said. “It’s a reflection of our design ethos and an essential part of JAM’s voice.” 20 Jay Street, Suite 436, Brooklyn,

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Environmentally conscious travel brand 1 Hotels is not only ecofriendly, but pet friendly, too. The brand is elevating the travel experience for pups with new special amenities and packages for your furry travel companions, available at both 1 Hotel Central Park and 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. Partnering with holistic pet care brand Nonipup and dog influencer Doug the Pug, the hotels will pamper your fur babies with custom toys, leashes, bowls, and dog beds along with organic local treats. Nonipup soothing nose and paw butter and lemongrass or lavender shampoo will leave your pet feeling extra adored, and the concierge will provide a map of the best dog runs and parks in the city. 1414 6th Avenue and 60 Furman Street, Brooklyn,


Legendary Japanese sushi chef Eiji Ichimura returns to New York for his final act and magnum opus: a ten seat sushi counter in Tribeca where loyal followers jockey for a chance to enjoy his 20 course sushi omakase. Sushi aficionados recognize Ichimura’s talent from two Michelin starred Uchu and Ichimura at Brushstroke, and his signature house made mochi rice cracker filled with Hokkaido uni and Kaviari caviar remains a menu staple. Ichimura’s precise touch with aging fish and delicate neta sushi toppings elevate his nigiri and temaki to ethereal new heights in a city saturated with sushi. An impressive list of sake, grower champagne, and chilled Japanese teas accompanies your meal, and sumptuous velvet chairs, Japanese silk textiles, and an antique gold leaf covered 16th century Japanese screen transport you to a world of serene sophistication. 412 Greenwich Street,


The first installment of the hospitality giant’s new contemporary lifestyle brand, Tempo by Hilton Times Square made its debut in TSX Broadway, a mixed use high rise in the heart of NYC’s sleep evading action. The 661 room hotel sports expansive views of the famous square, a buzzy craft cocktail lounge with an open air terrace, top end fitness center, and signature wellness rooms stocked with Peloton bikes and Theraguns. Rooms are sleek and modern, outfitted with oversized windows, wooden floors, brass and leather accents, and automatic lighting that dims at sunset. There’s a variety of suites on deck, including a Ball Drop View Corner with a front row seat on NYE, and a palatial Presidential Suite, featuring a stylishly decorated living room, full dining room, and kitchenette. Rooms begin at $301 per night. 1568 Broadway,