I Heart NYC
I miss New York, I think it’s a small part of my constant being. Luckily I get to visit a few times a year for work and manage to cram in everything personal at the same time.
I never seem to get a view, but for this trip I was on the 23rd floor and it was a beautiful sight.
No trip is complete without popping into Fishs Eddy, and as luck would have it they were having a big sale! I picked up a little something for myself and a small Brooklyn themed gift for a friend who was moving out of town to remind her of her time here.
I love finding new gems in a city that’s forever changing. This time a few friends and I stopped by Rye House to catch up. I had the most delicious sweet potato perogies and will definitely be back to try more of the menu (and cocktails!).
I had a chance to grab brunch at Tipsy Parson with a new friend I’d met in Austin. We walked around Chelsea a bit and did a little shopping, and when we came across this on the sidewalk Amber couldn’t resist jumping inside!
I stayed in the Flower District and couldn’t help but feel giddy each morning as I walked the streets. They were bursting at the seams with flora and fauna of all varieties, I wanted to make a massive bouquet to take home.
Madison Square Park was showing signs of spring – the trees were filling in nicely and it seemed like a million people were out and about enjoying the beautiful weather.
As I walked across Manhattan Sunday morning I came across a few hidden nooks and crannies.
A few hours before leaving town I grabbed one last brunch at Resto with another friend. Until next time New York, I’ll be thinking about you!Posted In my life
joannaMay 3, 2013 at 9:56 am
LOVE fishs eddy! looks like a great trip.
CiaoChessaMay 3, 2013 at 10:40 am
I feel this way about Paris. NY will forever be my home town and all-time favorite city but there are so many places around the world that just stay with you. For me that place is Paris. It was also just such an important time in my life…so much transition.
On another note, I LOVE Fishs Eddy. My sister’s neighbor works there and I’ve picked up so many beautiful things over the years.