Weekend Series: New York City

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

I'm a city girl and even I find New York City slightly overwhelming. The city is on a frequency that I haven't experienced anywhere else, nor do I care to, as I'm certain NYC is the only place on earth that can pull it off without its population spontaneously combusting from being permanently on overdrive. I should have prefaced this post with the obvious statement: I can't image myself living in New York City, I'm not a robust enough human for life in the super-fast lane; however, on the flip side, I cherish every {temporary} trip to the Big Apple and fall slowly more in love with the city a little more every time I go. My sister moved there 5 months ago, and given Austin to NYC is considerably closer than Brussels to Perth, it's safe to say I plan on making regular visits to see her in the City. Thus, assuming this won't be my last trip {based on the hopes that my big sister will indeed have me as a lodger in her home} I've decided to start a NYC mini-series on here for all the delightful spots I encounter on each visit. Starting with this post, I hope to grow this little series with every trip to NYC and share how I spend my time wandering the city like a local with locals. 

Brunch in Nolita
Oficina Latina, 24 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012

Williamsburg Bridge

 Drinks at the dog-friendly Luck Dog in Williamsburg
Lucky Dog, 303 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Kinfolk Coffee
Kinfolk, 90Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11211

Strolls through Washington Square Park

Gasoline Alley Coffee
Gasoline Alley Coffee, 325 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012

Grand Central



1 comment:

  1. Although this place is probably not cheap, but they are centrally located, have fabulous staff and delicious food, and most importantly, the best views of the city. I would definitely recommend these venues Chicago for any kind of fancy event – all my friends talked about throwing parties here only.

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