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Because it’s all we do…

When you lose track of the times people ask you for dinner and drinks recommendations, it’s blog post time!

There is nothing we love more than a Saturday funday that starts with brunch, turns into day drinks and ends with dinner. With the holidays around the corner, December is the ultimate month to eat and drink your way through NYC - below are our favorite spots and why.

Sanctuary T: cute and quiet with lots of natural light, great for a quick brunch - get the kale salad with grilled chicken

RW Guild (La Mercerie): go for the gorgeous furniture and flowers, stay for the fancy cocktails and french pastries - (we also love the filet mignon dish for dinner)

Raouls: grab a seat at the bar, order the burger and a bottle of red (everyone else will be doing the same thing) - it's dark and cozy in here so you can indulge without judgement

Tacombi: if you follow our insta story - we are here every Saturday for brunch, quick and casual Mexican food where they make the tacos inside the VW van parked inside this garage turned restaurant - get the corn and the vegetarian quesadilla (bottles of wine are also only $40) Elizabeth Street location/ Nolita

Il Mulino Prime: note: only on Saturday's, Il Mulino had a 3 course brunch that is filled with delicious Italian food in a bright, white and modern space - sit at the bar for extra large pours of wine

Little Prince: cutest French cafe with the famous french onion soup burger and yummy salads - get the tuna salad and a side of fries

Felix: European cafe vibes on a cute corner, steak frites, salmon and the burger are all great choices

The Dutch: great raw bar, fun space - great to sit at the bar and people watch out onto the streets of SoHo

Lure Fish Bar: it's like your dining inside of a ship - cool decor, fun bar, great sushi and also non seafood dishes, also great martinis

Cafe Altro Paradiso: one of my favorites - cool, fun, young scene with super fresh Italian food

Sola Pasta Bar: best cacio pepe in NYC (close second to Via Carota in the West Village) , the center of the restaurant is the kitchen where you get to watch the chefs make your pasta and sauce in wok pans right in front of you

Buddakan: featured photo - the best dumplings in the most magical setting

Rolf’s: go for the insane holiday decor - only stay for one drink

Antique Garage Tribeca: best martinis and live music - love the chandeliers

Restaurant Inside Restoration Hardware: grab a glass of wine and shop around if you have to wait

Tippler: underneath Chelsea Market

Spring Lounge: warning: dive bar - but a right of passage

Oficina Latina: best margaritas and malbec served in cute little wine glasses, ask for Luis