The Ultimate Guide to Lincoln Center

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After 17 years at Bryant Park, Fashion Week will stake its claim on Lincoln Center for the first time this month. The move is not without its perks: the mall-like Columbus Circle, a high-low mix of restaurants, proximity to Central Park (you know, if you feel like going for a stroll in those spike heels). But at the end of the day, it’s still the Upper West Side. We’ve charted a map for all your Fashion Week essentials, from booze to Band-Aids. Scroll below to find the top spots in a 15-block radius for free coffee, a wireless hookup, an emergency pair of ballet flats, and a celebratory glass of wine (or, depending on your day, a shot of tequila). Get to know your new week-long stomping grounds.

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