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20 of the Most Instagrammable Places in New York

It’s New York Fashion Week we are loving seeing our social feeds filled with upcoming fashion trends. We’re also pretty excited to see shots of one of our fave cities all over Instagram. Last year NYC was been named as the most Instagrammed city in the world, and with spots like these, it’s easy to see why…

1. Rockefeller Center

Impressive in summer, and even more so at Christmas.

2. Brooklyn Bridge

 

3. Coney Island (Nathan’s Famous)

 

4. Bakeries in the Upper East Side

If you don’t post a dessert pic, are you even in New York?

5. Waldorf Astoria Hotel

6. Love Wall

The perfect backdrop for your outfit photos!

7. The High Line

8. 66 Perry Street

Because it’s Carrie Bradshaw’s house!

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9. While We Were Young

Impossibly pretty bar. Even prettier brunches.

10. Bow Bridge

Central Park has many Insta-worthy spots and we’ve picked out just one of our faves.

11. Grand Central Oyster Bar

Grand Central Station is famously instagrammable, but don’t forget to check out the Oyster Bar there too.

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12. Times Square

…especially at night

13. The Palm Court at The Plaza

So glam, it’s the sort of interior that dreams are made of.

14. The Met Cloisters

15. Taiyaki NYC

This Japanese dessert is totally trending in NYC right now! #foodporn

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16. New York Botanical Garden

17. Gallow Green

Hidden rooftop gardens = city goals. 

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18. Stone Street

The oldest street in New York is always worth a photo.

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19. Grand Banks

An oyster bar on an actual fishing boat!

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20. Cantor Roof Garden

Rooftop art installations + impressive views = yes please!

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We’ll be checking all these off our list next time we visit!

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Instagrammable places in New York

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