Lifestyle Things to do in NYC this summer: The most fabulous picks by the 'Secret Guide to Fabulous' By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated May 25, 2016 12:50 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Your summer is about to get so much more fabulous. Four times more fabulous, in fact. All of your favorite TV shows may have wrapped up, and it's time to get out in the city. In honor of their Logo TV special (OK, we know, every season is TV season), the men of the "Secret Guide to Fabulous" John Gidding, Ronnie Woo, Theodore Leaf and Rob Younkers, have shared their picks for NYC's most fabulous spots in summer. And for more fabulousness, tune in to Logo's "Secret Guide to Fabulous: Summer" on Monday, May 30 at 10 p.m. Most fabulous spot to grab drinks outdoors Photo Credit: Soho House New York via Facebook Theodore Leaf was full of recs for outdoor drinking. Some of his top picks include The Hotel Americano Rooftop (518 W. 27th St.), Central Park Boat House (E. 72nd St.), The High Line Hotel (180 10th Ave.) and, if you can get in, Soho House (29-35 9th Ave.). Most fabulous place to lay in the sun Photo Credit: <a href="http://bit.ly/1UbR2Lm">slgckgc via Flickr (CC BY-SA)</a> Leaf recommends laying out by the Hudson River or in Washington Square Park. And of course, if your apartment has a rooftop, grab "a great outdoor chair." Gidding is a fan of sunning in Brooklyn Bridge Park, facing Manhattan, of course. Most fabulous summer sushi Photo Credit: <a href="http://bit.ly/1TqcdcC">debbs via Flickr (CC BY-SA)</a> Yonkers says Momoya (185 7th Ave.) has the best sushi, noting that the wait is worth it. "If you can get a table near the garage-style doors they open in the warmer months, you are dining al fresco," he said. "The crispy rice with spicy tuna is INCREDIBLE!" Most fabulous place to find your summer outfit Photo Credit: Scotch and Soda Leaf heads to the men's floor at Bloomingdale's SoHo for shoes, Scotch and Soda (273 Lafayette St.) for "the best shorts" and the basement of Flatiron's Club Monaco for "really cool stuff." Supplement with picks from Steven Allen (230 Elizabeth St.) and Parke and Ronen (176 9th Ave.), where Younkers says is the "best place to buy a men's swimsuit, they have something for everyone and are super sexy!" And to get dressed up, Gidding recommends the Italian fabrics (and the styles) from Suitsupply (453 Broome St.). Most fabulous place for a last minute date Photo Credit: <a href="http://bit.ly/1TKsv1q">marco via Flickr (CC BY-SA)</a> If you want to secure your right swipe for the night, grab a last minute reservation at Lafayette (380 Lafayette St.), The Dutch (131 Sullivan St.) or French import Le Relais de Venise De l'Entrecôte (590 Lexington Ave.) which serves its famous steak, salad and fries for $30 per person. If you can snag a seat, try and get a spot at the chef's table at Foragers (300 W. 22nd St.) or grab a drink and dinner at the bar at Hillstone (378 Park Ave. S.). If you're really last minute, swing by TKTS to grab tickets to a show and stop at Marseille (630 9th Ave.) for a bite after. Most fabulous day Photo Credit: Billy's Bakery via Facebook Woo has the perfect day planned for when the weather is just right. Grab a picnic from Dean & DeLuca, head out for a walk on the High Line and enjoy the views with your food. Grab a quick sweet at Billy's Bakery and treat yourself to a delicious dinner at Cookshop. Younkers also loves the ice box cake from Billy's, especially if you're going to a party. "Everyone loves it and it's affordable," he said. "It's usually gone in 10 minutes and you'll be invited back again and again." Most fabulous out-of-NYC adventure Photo Credit: Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture via Facebook Skip the Hamptons (or just take advantage of a summer Friday) and get a day pass ($20) to Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture (630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills). "It's worth the 45-minute ride just for the Stone Barns jams," Younkers said, "And make sure to grab a pastry in the Blue Hill Cafe and Grain Bar." Details at stonebarnscenter.org By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.