Now that Mercedes-Benz Fall Fashion Week has officially moved out of Lincoln Center and into three different venues across the city, it’s hard to know where to eat and grab a drink before and after the shows. We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite places that are all near Skylight Clarkson Square, MADE at Milk Studios, and Skylight at Moynihan Station. By Carly Petrone.

(credit: Porchlight)

(credit: Porchlight)

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Porchlight is celebrating NYC’s Fall Fashion Week as well as the historic No. 7 Subway Line Extension (which debuts on Sept. 13)! From Sept. 10-17, you can order up fashionable cocktails like the stylish Gun Metal Blue – Mezcal Vida, Blue Curacao, Peach Brandy, lime, and cinnamon ($14). For those on the move, Executive Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois has created light bites to keep you nourished all week long. Vegetarians can nosh on their rendition of a meatless Po’Boy called the Mean Green Poor Boy Sandwich – mustard and collard greens sautéed with onions and garlic, together with smoked cheddar cheese, pickled peppers, creole mustard, and crispy tobacco onions. Those looking for a true Po’Boy should definitely get The Peacemaker – half of a Leidenheimer French bread loaf that has been dug out and filled with flash-fried oysters, tomato slices, and a generous slathering of dill pickle tartar sauce.

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(credit: Facebook/ToroNYC)

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Stop into Toro for a cocktail and a bite to eat at the end of your day over in Chelsea. Sip on a refreshing North By Northeast – Greenhook Beach Plum Gin and housemade lemon tonic – or try something stiffer like the La Ciudad Vieja – Celestial Tequila, crushed red pepper, cinnamon, and orange bitters. Before placing your dinner order, snack on Datiles Con Jamon – Medjool dates filled with marcona almonds and cabrales blue cheese, wrapped in jamon Serrano. Definitely try one of their many Paella dishes like the Paella Longostino, which is made with lobster and black summer truffle. You’ll be ready to call it a night but at least our belly will be happy.

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Grab a strong cup of coffee at the Stumptown Coffee counter inside The Ace Hotel. When it’s time to unwind head back over for a pre-drink cocktail at their swanky lobby bar. A cocktail will cost you about $20 but the atmosphere, and library-like environment make up for it. Plus, there’s almost always a DJ spinning music by 8 p.m. Sip on craft beers or grab a drink with a twist, like their Dorothy Parker Iced Tea – Dorothy Parker gin, earl grey, fresh lemon, and orange bitters. Make a reservation at their restaurant, The Breslin, and let chef April Bloomfield cook up a hearty meat-centric menu using only artisanal and seasonal ingredients. A few favorites on the menu include the Chargrilled Lamb Burger with feta, cumin mayo, and thrice cooked chips ($23) and the Terrin Board ($34) that comes with guinea hen, rustic pork, rabbit & prune, head cheese, and liverwurst. If you have time to grab breakfast before your first show, definitely order the Full English Breakfast – fried eggs, pork sausage, blood pudding, bacon, tomato & mushrooms ($23). You’ll be ready to tackle all of your favorite shows.

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(credit: 1oaknyc.com)

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Step into nightclub 1Oak and you’ll probably run into a few familiar faces. Known for its exclusivity and high-end clientele, you’ll most likely see the models and designers who were busy walking the runway earlier that day. This avant-garde space caters to those with a sophisticated eye. The lengthy ostrich-leather banquettes that line the chevron floors are a nice juxtaposition to the raw oak ceiling. Their small menu is also a heightened version of traditional bar food. Nibble on chicken tender fritters or empanada wraps – both good options if you’re going to be wining and dining all night. If you can snag an invite to one of the after parties, chances are it will be here. The name of the club, which stands for “one of a kind” certainly lives up to its name.

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(credit: Locanda Verde)

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Those looking for a delicious dinner after a long day or hearty mid-day meal should head to Locanda Verde inside The Greenwich Hotel. We suggest starting out either meal with the Sheep’s Milk Ricotta sea salt & herbs ($15). It comes with warm rustic bread and let’s just say you could make this your entire meal it’s that good. The Shaved Porchetta Sandwich with grilled onions and provolone ($19) will keep you full until dinner while the Broccolini with toasted garlic and pepperoncino ($9) is a refreshing side that’s big enough to share. In regards to dinner, the Wood-Fired Chicken for Two ($29/person) is almost too good to share. It’s juicy and filled with herbs, making it easy to slurp up with a side of Crushed Potatoes with shallot butter and grana padano ($9). Pair your meal with a nice glass of wine or try one of their tasty cocktails like the Verde – Greenhook Ginsmiths Gin, Dimmi Di Milano Absinthe, Cucumber, Lemon, and Spring Bitters.

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Carly Petrone is a freelance writer living in New York City.