Prince Harry‘s trip to Las Vegas was unforgettable – for perhaps all the wrong reasons – so when he makes his expected way to New York City on Monday evening, here’s hoping he can remember his trip for only a royally-good time.
Check out PEOPLE’s picks below for hot spots fit for a prince to eat, drink and be merry in The City That Never Sleeps.
• Bounce Sporting Club
Prince Harry may be able to get into the sporting spirit with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill or Marc Anthony, who are all fans of the high-end sports bar, which boasts truffle mac and cheese, along with tuna nachos – and special guest deejays.
“As an athlete, it is a perfect place for Prince Harry to enjoy the evening dining on gourmet food while watching his favorite sporting events,” partner Cole Bernard tells PEOPLE. “There’s not a bad seat in the house, but even in the VIP area where you have your private TVs, you still don’t miss out on the fun and entertainment going on in the venue. You get the best of both worlds – royal treatment with a taste of the hustle and bustle of N.Y.C.’s riveting nightlife scene.”
In case the prince is feeling a little homesick or simply just wants to take a breather from partying, DavidsTea (there are three N.Y.C. locations) offers more than 150 blends of fresh, unique flavors including forever nuts (made with almonds, apple bits, cinnamon and beetroot turns) and lime gelato – along with traditional flavors he’s probably used to like English breakfast.
“NYC is too fast-paced for the traditional British teatime, but that doesn’t mean New Yorkers can’t enjoy an amazing cup while they rush to their next appointment,” co-founder David Segal says. “If Harry is looking to bring back any souvenirs … our Big Apple tea is a must-have.”
• Beauty & Essex
This Essex street locale is known for its lively brunch and around-the-clock menu created by Chef Chris Santos, which features decadent dishes like Asian spice rubbed pork ribs, salt and vinegar fries, grilled cheese, smoked bacon and tomato soup dumplings. Beauty & Essex hosts everything from big events to birthday parties. After a late night of partying, this hotspot is a perfect stop for Prince Harry – the kitchen is open until 1:00 a.m. nightly.
“On any given night, Beauty & Essex houses Hollywood royalty like Tom Cruise, Jay-Z and Beyoncé,” the venue’s general manager Jared Boles tells PEOPLE. “It would be a natural fit that Prince Harry would make a stop here during his New York visit.”
• PH-D Rooftop Lounge
The luxurious penthouse of the Dream Downtown hotel is not only where Robert Pattinson partied with his Cosmopolis cast in August, but also where Cameron Diaz and Diddy have sparked dating rumors.
“Prince Harry might want to start his evening at PH-D,where he can enjoy cocktails on the terrace and can have a nice conversation while taking in the view of the Empire State Building,” Rich Thomas, partner at Strategic Group, tells PEOPLE of the 1500 sq. ft. outdoor terrace. “The world’s hottest deejays spin a variety of today’s most sought after tunes at PH-D every night.”
• Marquee New York
As one of the nightlife staples in N.Y.C., recently reopened Marquee has been home to many stars over the years, including Adam Levine and Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Since its January renovation, it has hosted some of the world’s biggest deejays, including David Guetta.
“Prince Harry would probably enjoy a nice night out dancing and letting loose after what’s already been a demanding year for him, [including his] deployment to Afghanistan,” says Thomas of the venue, which has a Las Vegas counterpart. “Marquee has brought back the large dance club which has been missing from N.Y.C. for quite some time.”