Make the most of your visit to the Herman Miller Pop-Up Shop in New York City’s Soho neighborhood by stopping by some of these local favorites.
New Museum: Take a 15-minute walk from the pop-up shop to the Bowery and then spend a few hours in Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum. 235 Bowery (at Prince Street), 212-219-1222, newmuseum.org.
The Daily: Stop by for a drink at this well designed new bar and restaurant, which showcases a different cocktail and dining menu every day. 210 Elizabeth Street (between Prince and Spring Streets), 212-343-7011, thedaily-nyc.com.
The Dutch: Hitting the shop early on a weekend? Call ahead to book a table for brunch at this hotspot and order its unforgettable hot fried chicken and honey-butter biscuit combo. 131 Sullivan St (at Prince St), 212-677-6200, thedutchnyc.com.
Boqueria Soho: If you’re shopping with a group, drop into this spirited spot on Spring Street to share some tapas (and perhaps some Sangria). 171 Spring Street (between Thompson Street and West Broadway), 212-343-4255, boquerianyc.com.
Saturdays Surf: Mix up your shopping day with a stop at this buzzy store filled with summer-ready clothes and accessories, art, gifts — and one of the best espresso bars around. 31 Crosby Street (between Broome and Grand Streets), 212-966-7875, saturdaysnyc.com.
Housing Works Bookstore: If you like the style of the vintage books filling the pop-up shop, swing by this destination to find some tomes to help you replicate the look at home. 100% of the profits from its donated book, music, and movie selections help people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. 126 Crosby Street (between Houston and Prince Streets), 212-334-3324, housingworks.org.
The Herman Miller Pop-Up Shop is located at 68 Wooster Street (between Spring and Broome Streets) and is open Monday through Saturday, 11 am to 7 pm, and Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm, through July 1.