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Sean Langton



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Brooklyn-based.  Co-Founder of Lokely, a mobile app that connects travelers to locals for real-time, personal recommendations

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QSan Diego: Best coffee shops downtown?

Favorite coffee shops in downtown San Diego Area  See More

ANew York City: Best places to eat solo in Greenwich Village/SoHo and in Midtown?

The Spotted Pig​ in West Village is a really good gastropub, can sit at the bar and eat / drink so it's a good solo spot in my opinion.  Enjoy! See More

ANew York City: Restaurant recommendations for Upper West Side?

Jacob's Pickles is a cool, rustic-style space with a creative menu of comfort food and craft beers.  It's one of my favorites!   See More

ABrooklyn: What are some nice places for Designers to visit in Brooklyn or NYC?

For coffee shops, you should check out Devocion​ in Williamsburg.  Beautiful interior that I'm sure you'd appreciate from the design perspective!  Really good, strong coffee too.  Hope that helps! See More

ANew York City: New Cool/Hip/Good food?

If you like Thai, check out Uncle Boons​ in Nolita which opened a couple years ago.  Creative menu with nice selection of small plates, large plates and sides to share.  Pretty funky and unique inside too. Enjoy! See More

ANew York City: Best Brunch in Flatiron district in NY?

Tartine​ and Grey Dog​ are both good.  Also a big fan of a place called Guilty Goose​ on W 23rd, really good coffee and great brunch food (and brunch cocktails).   See More

ANew York City: Cocktails in the flatiron district in NYC?

Raines Law Room​ (flatiron location) is a great cocktail lounge / speakeasy with an upscale vibe. Check out their website depending on the night you're going because they take reservations at beginning of the week but not end of week / weekend. See More

ANew York City: Transportation! What's the smartest and most affordable way to get around?

Depending on where you're staying in Brooklyn​, there's plenty of subway options that honestly will probably be quicker (not to mention cheaper) than cabs / Ubers.  There are shuttle options to JFK which you could take from Manhattan​... See More

ABrooklyn: Non-touristy places to go, to eat and things to do in Brooklyn!

Sabine - I'd recommend staying in either Greenpoint​ or Williamsburg​ (both in Brooklyn).  I lived in Williamsburg for the last year and recently moved to Greenpoint, so know both areas well.  If you want to be relatively close... See More

ABrooklyn: Best Boutique Shopping in Brooklyn?

Abby - for best shopping in Brooklyn, I'd check out Williamsburg​ and Greenpoint​ in Brooklyn.  In Williamsburg, if you walk around Bedford Ave between North 1st and North 10th, you'll find a lot of shops in that surrounding... See More

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