I am a West Village gal. I love its quietness, the village vibe, the leafy streets. Here I am on Perry Street, oh yes exactly where SATC was filmed and where Miss Bradshaw had her pad. www.newyorkpass.com
Stroll around LES Lower East Side and the Bowery to get a glimpse of wonderful street art
Little Italiana in Little Italy on Mulberry Street. Just a few Italian places are left, as Chinatown devoured it all but still it’s nice strolling around for a good espresso and some tiramisù!
Me and my boobies ready to fly to the most electric entertaining exciting city in the whole world. And may I add, in the whole universe too. the Big Apple. My favorite airline flying from Dubai and Milan is www.emirates.com with the A380 the double-decker jumbo!
Always find a lovely coffee place where to hang and recharge your batteries. NY is tough! Caffeine is a must. Mine is Cafè Panino Mucho Giusto on 551 Hudson Street.
Waiting to taste one of the most delicious burgers in town at PJ Clarke’s on the Upper East Side. The corner where I am sitting is where the Kramer VS Kramer scene with Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep was shot. www.pjclarkes.com
One of my fav spot in Central Park. You get the fountain, the lake, the Boathouse, the opera singers, the New Yorkers, the tourists, the lunatics…
Sipping prosecco in Central Park (very unlawful!) with a dear friend on our movie night in the park. The movie was The Way We Were with Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand www.centralparknyc.org
NY is a fast pace city. Run baby run. And in Central Park it is pure bliss!
Ready to rock my running along the mighty NY streets
Take a subway ride all the way to Coney Island for a summer day at the beach. Coney Island Baby!
Wear glasses, play it up and treat yourself to the best lobster roll ever at Pearl Oyster Bar owned by the mighty chef Rebecca. On Cornelia Street, West Village www.pearloysterbar.com
And when you don’t feel like going out, just stop by at the Lobster Place at the Chelsea Market and grab a lobster to go! www.lobsterplace.com
Another night out on the town, another smart outfit to show around. The Prada clutch inspired by Schiaparelli is a must
Always boost American economy by shopping like there’s no tomorrow at the fabulous Century 21 outlet at Ground Zero. Do your part, be patriotic. SHOP UNTIL YOU DROP! www.C21stores.com
Never forget to walk those street in comfy shoes. Mine are the new Ultra Boost sneakers by Adidas (Flagship on Broadway and Houston)
My fav dumpling place in Chinatown: DimSumGoGo in Chatam Square. Always deliciously tasty, super clean and very nice. PS best ones: the Duck Dumplings! www.dimsumgogo.com
Just go a little nuts around the many vintage stores around the island!
Never forget to do some kinky shopping. If you cannot afford Kiki de Montparnasse’ lingerie or La Perla’s, check out Victoria’s Secret. Now out with the new Boudoir Collection. www.victoriassecret.com
Take the L train to Brooklyn, get off at Bedford Avenues, walk a few blocks and look for Fiore_Brooklyn. Wonderful and tasty Italian spot managed by the talented Carlo Stanisci. www.nuovo-fiore.com
My fav speakeasy in town is EO, Employees Only on 510 Hudson. Great hook-up place and divine cocktail lounge. People drink so much they even lend you their bikes! www.employeesonlynyc.com
Straight the pose bitch!
Never forget to selfie yourself around town!
Tight on cash? Tired of fancy scenes? Hungry as a wolf? Don’t miss the delicious pizza slice by Joe’s. Different locations around town. My fav is this one off Bleecker Street. www.joespizzanyc.com
Here I am on the Upper West Side visiting St.John’s The Divine the greatest Catholic Cathedral in the world. Amazing and eerie as there is a sculpture of the Twin Towers getting bombed. The sculpture lies on the outside of the church and it was made in late Nineties… www.stjohndivine.org
Go seriously kinky, dress up as a flapper, wear a wig and shake your bootie until dawn in NYC’s sleaziest venues. Here at THE BOX on LES. Incredible show and debauchery! www.theboxnyc.com
Work that outfit girl! I am a clutch lover. This one is the fabulous clutch by Stella McCartney. PS always have a lover paying for expansive gifts! www.bergdorfgoodman.com
Broken sandal? No worries, we are in New York. And particularly in Chinatown. Three dollars!
Treat yourself to a delicious flowery aperitif at Piccoli Piatti by Palma’s on Cornelia Street. Palma’s roses are unique
ROBBIE DOES VENICE
I particularly love Venice during the winter season when early in the morning you have the mighty Palazzo Ducale enwrapped by mist. And none around!
Early winter morning bliss in Piazza San Marco
Treat yourself to a delightful decadent breakfast/aperitif in Europe’s oldest café Florian
Always remember to dress in style during your Venetian staying. After all, you are walking around the most beautiful city on earth. Be respectful!
Once in Venice, fall in love and make love
Another delightful and sweet option is this charming Venetian patisserie called Rosa Salva
Embrace your being a tourist by sitting in a touristy spot with the amazing view on Rialto Bridge.
If you need a quiet upscale historic place to work with free wi-fi just sign in at the this majestic library called Querini Stampalia
Take a tour of the Grand Canal by vaporetto (public transportation) or if you want to feel like a diva book a taxi boat. Fancy!
The Venetia aperitif is obviously the SPRITZ cocktail. Here I am sipping one facing the Grand Canal at Osteria Biancogiro
The legendary Harry’s Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy an ice cold Martini cocktail and check out the crowd
I simply love running through the narrow streets and then to reward me a ‘scartosso di pesce’ the fried fish and vegetable take-out from the renowned restaurant Vecio Fritolin.
In Venice walk, smile, drink, eat and love. This city was made to enjoy life pleasures at their most.
Visit the Old Jewish Ghetto area, located in the Cannareggio district. And enjoy some delicious kosher meal at Gam Gam restaurant.
Go to the renowned Rialto Fish Market, look around and play with the catch of the day!
A must-see in Venice is this crazy wonderful bookshop owned by the peculiar and witty Luigi Frizzo. He gives you discounts if you allow him to feel you up!
In Campo San Margherita, lovely little square close to Campo San Polo, you will find plenty of little bars to enjoy an aperitif/breakfast. This is my favorite. The red bar.
In Calle Lunga de San Barnaba you will find the deliciously small slow-food osteria called La Bitta. No fish served. Just meat. A must-try. Reservation necessary.
Another beautiful setting to enjoy aperitif and tartine is at le Zattere beside the canal. Try the Osteria Al Squero.
My favorite museum space is by far the former residence of Peggy Guggenheim, the notorious patron of the arts.
Art and culture in Venice are spread everywhere. Here I am at Punta della Dogana. Call me Blue Roby! Or simply bluetiful
If you are a runner, you will love running along the narrow streets, passing bridges while watching the most beautiful scenery on earth! Just beware of the water canals!
Il Ponte delle Tette, basically the Tits Bridge, is where local easy ladies used to show their bosom to lure clients. Everytime I pass through it, I show my merchandise!