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What’s Hot in New York Isn’t Just Hot in New York

Familiar but fresh attractions in six other cities.


You’re Into …
sampling obscure whiskeys at Highlands.

You’ll Also Like …
Tokyo, where you can try out Japanese single malts while watching silent American films at Shot Bar Zoetrope (81-03-3363-0162) or attempt to nab one of the dozen-odd seats in the basement Campbelltoun Loch (81-03-3501-5305).


You’re Into …
drooling over the renderings of the forthcoming Renzo Piano–designed downtown Whitney.

You’ll Also Like …
Los Angeles’s impressive new Piano wing at LACMA (lacma.org), currently housing Picasso and Matisse installations.


You’re Into …
browsing Isabel Marant’s and Jérôme Dreyfuss’s side-by-side boutiques.

You’ll Also Like …
Paris’s ever-hip Marais district, with the cool new concept store Merci (merci-merci.com), Florian Denicourt’s recently opened leather-goods flagship (floriandenicourt.blogspot.com), and Acne Studios, opening in early December (acnestudios.com).


You’re Into …
watching Al Pacino and other big-screen stars do Broadway.


You’ll Also Like …
London’s winter theater roster, highlighted by Rebecca Hall’s National Theatre debut in Twelfth Night, directed by her father, Sir Peter Hall (January 11). In March, America Ferrara and Julia Stiles are set to star in Neil LaBute’s Reasons to Be Pretty.


You’re Into …
eating your way through the Eataly megaplex.

You’ll Also Like …
Las Vegas’s latest zillion-dollar entertainment compound, the Cosmopolitan (cosmopolitanlasvegas.com), featuring two restaurants from molecular master José Andrés, one from Blue Ribbon brothers Bruce and Eric Bromberg, and a new Scarpetta from Scott Conant, among others (opens December 15).


You’re Into …
 admiring Lincoln Center’s new face-lift.


You’ll Also Like …
Miami’s New World Symphony concert hall (nws.edu), courtesy of Frank Gehry. The glass façade reveals practice rooms stacked like blocks, while video art is projected onto the building’s exterior (opens January 25).




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