Chef Tadd Johnson, formerly of The Smile and The Standard East Village, serves French-Cajun tapas at Canary Club.
Bohemian energy and live jazz music radiate through the Canary Club, a space full of saturated colors and quirky details. Owners Ryan Chadwick and Emily Frantz brought New Orleans to NYC with a multilevel French cafe, avant-garde lounge and a funky disco club. 303 Broome St., canaryclubnyc.com
American luxury brand Mark Cross unveils its first location in NYC with a plethora of women’s, men’s and boutique-exclusive goods in a space highlighting emerging artists. 667 Madison Ave., markcross.com
Inside the Loews Regency Hotel, Julien Farel Salon & Spa merges beauty and fitness with personal trainers, Pilates and yoga classes, acupuncturists and steam rooms focused on restoring the body. Memberships from $2,500, 540 Park Ave., julienfarel.com
Dorothea Lange, “Tractored Out, Childress County, Texas” (1938, gelatin silver print), 9 5/16 inches by 12 13/16 inches, on view at MoMA.
Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures at MoMA displays 100 loosely organized photographs spanning 50 years of the artist’s life, ranging from her lesser-known street photography to criminal justice reform projects. According to Lange, “All photographs—not only those that are so-called ‘documentary’... can be fortified by words.” 11 W. 53rd St., moma.org
Photography by: Canary Club photo by Heidi’s Bridge; Dorothea Lange photo courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, New York