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Deluxe on Broadway's cooks craft homespun diner fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, skillfully blending milk shakes and whisking together house-made quiche. Outdoor seating allows diners to sip coffee without taking a break from sunbathing or snowball fighting, and other guests can take refuge behind booths or on stools before the counter. Between bites, diners can take advantage of the WiFi service or peruse the framed pictures and frame-worthy thumbtacks that adorn the Tuscan yellow walls.

2896 Broadway
New York,
NY
US

1414 Avenue of the Americas
New York,
NY
US

The licensed aestheticians at Spa Aura don't just specialize in European or Asian techniques; rather, they practice a seamless fusion of both. During manicures and pedicures, for instance, nail techs not only expertly apply eye-catching polish, but also help improve blood flow with massage and acupressure techniques. Patrons then visit the upper level's nail-drying bar, where they can watch retro films or read magazines until their colors dry.

Down in the softly lit lower level, past tiled floors lined with glowing lights, aestheticians incorporate ingredients such as coconut milk into circulation-boosting body treatments. Following one of Spa Aura?s body treatments?as well as facials and massages?clients are invited for a soothing visit to the infrared sauna. The dry sauna, lined with minerals plucked from the mountains of Asia, detoxifies bodies in a more relaxing way than trying to remove pennies stuck up the nose during childhood.

74 Hudson St
Hoboken,
NJ
US

Grab a burger and milkshake before you hula-hoop in your poodle skirt to the sock hop hand-jive dance with today’s Groupon. For $15, you get $30 worth of fine dinering at EJ’s Luncheonette, an establishment so old school they have no home on the mind-blowing Internet. It also doesn't deal with futuristic credit cards, so make sure you’ve got enough cash for a tip on your journey back in time. Your Groupon is good at both EJ’s East and EJ’s West.In a 1950s diner your server might dress as Marilyn Monroe or Elvis Presley to entertain and delight you.In an 1850s diner your server might dress as an Apache warrior to test your loyalty to your family and recruit you to defend their once vast empire.

1271 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
US

Nothing about Orion Diner makes customers feel rushed. The kitchen stays open 24 hours a day, which ensures that passersby always have the opportunity to stop and recharge with a cup of Italian Segafredo Zanetti coffee or melted-down AAA batteries for robot customers. Even the menu seems to encourage perusal and deliberation, occupying more than a dozen pages with rib-sticking comfort food that ranges from omelets and Angus hamburgers to baked ziti parmigiana and gyros.

Orion Diner's decor places it a notch above greasy spoon, but the ambiance is undeniably cozy. Brick columns appear along the wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, complementing the warm earth tones of the dark tan booths and their pendant-lamp lighting. The recessed ceiling is designed to look like a shattered roof, which encourages diners to look up and gaze through the faux skylight at clouds all of 12 feet off the floor—NASA would have saved billions of dollars by launching spacecraft from this spot.

395 2nd Ave
New York,
NY
US

HAPPY TIME! packs a lot of flavor into a small space, serving popular Asian bites along with beer, wine, and a taste of local culture. Black counters flank the narrow white-walled eatery, where bottles of American microbrews such as Flying Dog and Victory, and imports such as Tsingtao mingle with fried or steamed pork buns and vegetable egg rolls. Aside from lending the space a casual vibe, the minimalist aesthetic has a greater purpose: to draw eyes toward the stunning visual artwork from Reaves Gallery on the walls and ears toward open-mic nights, comedy shows hosted by Derik Boik, and performances by local artists, poets, independent musicians, and bands from space. Patrons can also commandeer HAPPY TIME! for private events ranging from film screenings and "breakup" parties, with custom menus and beverage selections available on request.

299 East 11th Street
New York,
NY
US