Overview: Last spring, Amy Sacco opened No. 8 as a clear nod to the late Bungalow 8, and it has since become the go-to Chelsea spot for New York's coolest kids. We think Sacco put it best when she told the Times,
"The powerful and pretty have been coming ever since [its opening] for early dinners, late-night revelry or both. They’re tickled. 'It’s like Bungalow, but not quite,' one guest squealed at a pre-opening."
Location: 357 W. 16th Street
Team: Amy Sacco, Bobby Rossi and LDV Hospitality
Insider's Scorecard: The gastro-pub is located in the heart of Chelsea's nightlife district, but it still manages to stay one step ahead of the rest of the bunch. Maybe that's due to the No. 8's loyal following of A-listers, which was proven true by the number of parties held there this fashion week. The Courtin-Clarins girls, Derek Blasberg, Nicky Hilton, and the Brant brothers were just a few of the names who hit up No. 8 for fashion week festivities.
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Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.