Satiate the Senses at Asiate

By Hillary Latos Perched in the sky above Columbus Circle with a 180-degree view of Billionaires Row, Central Park and Fifth Avenue, Asiate is one of Manhattan’s best-kept secrets on the 35th floor of the five-star Mandarin Oriental. Though the million dollar views in a breathtaking setting are enough of a reason to dine here,…

Williamsburg’s Dolce Vita

By Hillary Latos As Williamsburg is becoming a foodie destination luring Manhattanites across the bridge, one place that put the scene on the map is Roman import Antica Pesa . The restaurant has already gained a loyal following of celebrities, A listers and moguls. Just like its sister property in Italy, this Brooklyn outpost pays…

From the Mediterranean to Madison Avenue

By W. A. Muller Iconic Upper East Side restaurant Amaranth continues to thrive – even after 15 years in the business. Owners Paola Pedrignani and Francois Marchand, who recently marked the Mediterranean Bistro’s Anniversary with a glamorous celebration for over 500 of their most loyal customers, attribute its long-running success to “staying true to their Mediterranean roots and never compromising on quality.” Located just…

Ultimate in West Coast Glamour

By Norah Bradford

The Four Seasons Los Angeles, known as the epicenter of West Coast glamour and luxury, is the perfect place to stay in Southern California for business and leisure travelers alike. Recently renovated, this five-star luxury hotel is nestled in a vibrant and leafy residential enclave between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. During the early year awards season and later in the year for The Emmy TV Awards the Hotel transforms into a focal point for celebrity guests and media.FPO_LAX_236-620x428

Quintessential English Hospitality in New Orleans

By Norah Bradford

A short walk from the famed French quarter, home to Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana is a hotel which to paraphrase war poet Rupert Brooke “is a corner… That is for ever England”. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary this establishment began as the vision of New Orleans entrepreneur and Anglophile James J. Coleman, Jr. who thought a location just north of the French Quarter was the very place to build a grand hotel inspired by England’s Windsor Castle, complete with classic art and high tea.Windsor-Court-Hotel-Exterior-620x348

Elegant Parisian Getaway At the Hotel de Vendome

By Norah Bradford

Though Paris is home to many fabulous hotels, Hotel de Vendome’s charming and convenient location make it a standout choice for visitors to the City of Lights. This exclusive boutique hotel perfectly embodies the notion of Parisian chic. Located in the heart of Paris’s most fashionable district at 1 Place Vendome, this elegant five-star luxury hotel features attentive service, fine cuisine, and a discreet atmosphere around the corner from the Ritz Hotel, which will open in 2014.jpeg-620x310

Resident in the city

Every month, Resident Magazine either hosts or atends the most fabulous parties in New York City, if you would like Resident to attend your event or you would like us to help you throw your own, contact us at: [email protected] Isabelle Cajfinger of CASHMERETOUCH held a premiere private viewing on Nov 14th at The Palm Too for…