Bailey's 360 View of New York

Bailey's somewhere to drink, shop and visit in New York


Blue in Green hidden away in Soho is THE place to find hard to find Japanese brands coveted by Bailey. They also champion cult up and coming brands like Chimala, Kapital, Monitaly, 


Blue in Green soho New York | Brix and Bailey Review


C’H’C’M’ started out as an online store and has progressed into a great Bond Street bricks and morter location to find minimal pieces you can't live without. 2 Bond Street, New York

Kith from Ronnie Fieg, a prominent figure in the footwear industry, is the place to find limited edition sneakers you can't live without. If streetwear is your thing then this is the place to shop.

Self Edge  originated from San Francisco and now in NYXC since 2009. Again, those hard to find Japanese brands favoured by Bailey are always available here. Other interesting brands include The Flat Head, Iron Heart, Sugar Cane, Yellow Rat.

Zoe Based in the rapidly developing Dumbo neighbourhood, Zoe packs a punch with an amazing array of handbag brands that we covet. 

Dover Street Market New York This is a Bailey top spot. Comme Des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo’s at its best. Also stocked are Comme Des Garçons, Supreme, Gucci, Sacai, Undercover, Brain Dead, Vans. 

Dover Street Market New York | Brix and Bailey


Red Hook Tavern opened in 2019 and is already a favourite place to grab a bite fro Bailey. Great wine list! 329 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn; 00 1 917 966 6094 

NR Bar based on 75th street comes from the clever people that run ROKC and if you are looking for a great cocktail bar then this is your spot. 339 E. 75th Street

Brooklyn's Bushwick on the Upper East Side is a grerat place to eat and rink, but recently Greenpoint has popped up on the B+B radar. 

Baker & Co An absolute favourite place to find Mac N Cheese on a busy day. 259 Bleecker St, New York

By Chloe Super healthy, plant-based lunch on the go. 185 Bleecker St, New York

Barney Greengrass Old school deli style eating at it's best! The go-to place for breakfast.


Situated between Central Park and lower Manhattan, meaning that location-wise it gives you the best of both worlds – uptown and down and surrounded by clubs and hot restaurants, B+B love to visit The Ace Hotel in New York. It's quirky and filled with retro inspired furniture. "Normally, it would take years for one neighborhood to develop such a diversity of attractions. But the Ace is like a hot-neighborhood starter kit." -The New York Times Magazine The Ace New York, 20 West 29th Street; (212) 679-2222;