Craig Van Den Brulle

Hailing from the concrete jungle, Craig Van Den Brulle has taken the world of furniture design by storm. In 2007, he opened the doors to his famed furniture gallery, a gallery that consists of 20th century designed furniture. It features a broad range of artfully curated furniture that can be found in the homes of those who are fans of Craig. The gallery also features his own collection, which has gotten the likes of interior designers Kelly Wearstler, Noel Jeffrey, Sandra Nunnerly, Victoria Hagan and celebrities like Tom Ford, Anna Wintour, Helmut Lang, Oprah Winfrey, Kate Hudson, Gwenyth Paltrow, Chole Sevigny, and Susan Sarandon. Today, Craig Van Den Brulle is considered to be one of the most renowned designers. His store has been featured in several publications and been the focus for dozens of stories.

Where were you born ?
Los Angeles
How long in New york:
23 years
My home, Upper West Side. My gallery is in Nolita.
20th Century Gallery Owner & Furniture Designer
Favorite Restaurant:
Cafe Luxembourg
Best Sushi:
Sushi Damo Damo
Best Ethnic Food:
Cafe Habana
Best Italian:
Convivio Restaurant
Best place for late night dining:
DBGB Kitchen & Bar
Best dessert:
Sabarsky at the Neue Galerie
Best place for a romantic date:
Best Sunday brunch:
JoJo Restaurant
Hautest Club/Lounge:
Best place for a power business meeting:
Anywhere but the boardroom.
All-around favorite spot in New york:
If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend?
The Crosby Hotel
Favorite shopping venue/boutique:
Best place to buy Jewelry/Watches:
Best Spa:
Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, Connecticut.
Best Aspect of New york:
It's cultural diversity.
Best Steakhouse:
Porterhouse in Time Warner Center
Best Pizza:
Ray's Pizza on Prince St. in
Best Lunch:
BG Restaurant
Best Gym/Athletic Facility:
Best Massage:
Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, Connecticut.
Best Limousine/Driving Service:
Gotham Limousine
Best Museum/Exhibit:
Picasso at the Metropolitan Museum
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore:
Cloisters Museum
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