Alone, Not Lonely
This is a fantastically compiled, beautifully written piece from New York Magazine about the singular joys of, well, singular pastimes in New York City. Solitude can be hard to come by in a city this crowded, but there’s an artform – and great pleasure – in being alone whilst surrounded by the constant surge of your fellow New Yorkers. The city lends itself so well to solo activity, yet many – both new residents and old-time locals alike – can find it intimidating to wander a museum alone, check out an unfamiliar neighborhood, or even pull up to a bar and treat themselves to a meal or drink with no company save for their bartender. Few better places to indulge oneself in those delights than New York, though…click on through for inspiration.