Given its address is 53 West 53rd Street, there was really only one name for the new contemporary Asian restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred Singaporean chef Akmal Anuar. Open now is 53, a pristine space from design firm Icrave, located in the Jean Nouvel–designed residential building above the newly expanded wing of the Museum of Modern Art. Given its arty surroundings, the restaurant rises to the challenge with wood-paneled walls, undulating ceilings, and a landscape mural. On the menu are Chinese- and Japanese-influenced dishes with other elements borrowed from Southeast Asian cuisine. This is a restaurant reservation worth dressing for: Take cues from the gilded color scheme and go for muted metallics. A fringed top from Loewe pairs well with a pleated organza miniskirt from Givenchy. Accessorize with Tibi’s embellished pointed-toe slides and a pair of baroque pearls adorned with Champagne-colored diamonds.
Thirty years after setting up shop in Manhattan, Blue Ribbon Sushi, helmed by chef-owners Bruce and Eric Bromberg, is re-creating its magic in Boston. Open now is an outpost in the city’s Kenmore Square, situated on the ground floor of Hotel Commonwealth. Restaurantgoers can take their pick between dinner at the 14-seat mahogany sushi counter or in an oak-paneled dining room anchored by a harbor scene hand-painted by Katherine Meredith. Fashion-wise, there’s no need to overdo it with your ensemble when checking in for your reservation. Staud’s spaghetti-strap maxidress is easy, breezy, and elegant; pair it with Tory Burch’s gold Capri sandals and further accessorize with a woven Bottega Veneta bag and dangly Missoma bracelet.
Those looking for a tranquil scene wouldn’t immediately think of Montauk—a town celebrated for its day-party scene—but Marram is a haven by the sea. With a peaceful pool deck, firepit lounges, and a standout all-day café, Mostrador Marram, this hotel welcomes relaxation with the sound of crashing waves and a wellness program that includes salt-cave therapy and tarot readings. New to the property this summer is a cocktail program: Sip a lemony gin cocktail beneath Marram’s burnt orange parasols, and you’ll want for nothing. In your suitcase, pack a dazzling two-piece set from Tongoro—the muted colors will echo the calming hues of your hotel room. Accessorize with carefree slides from St. Agni, Prada’s woven raffia bucket hat, and a dainty yet beachy pearl necklace from Cult Gaia.
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