April 7, 2017


Nothing beats a trip to New York. Although Alicia Keys claims it is the "concrete jungle," the only animals I saw were pigeons (rats with wings). Anyway, after distancing myself from the pigeons, I went shopping. I don't know who decided that America's favorite pastime was baseball, but I think it should be shopping. My go-to shops are Bloomingdales, Saks, Barneys. . .honestly this list could go on forever. I got this purple suede jacket from Free People, which is prefect for spring and transitioning your winter wardrobe. I also got this All Saints star cami from Bloomingdales; if there are stars on it, I'm buying it! While shopping is my favorite pastime, eating is a close second, especially in a city filled with wicked cool restaurants. If you find yourself in the city, you have to try Beauty & Essex, Vandal, Scalinatella, and Serafina's. Serafina's is one of my favorite lunch spots for some good Italian food. If you're looking for Italian for dinner, Scalinatella is the place to be. It's a crowded little restaurant with the best tartufo. Now if you are looking for something trendy and some killer atmosphere, head to Beauty & Essex and Vandal. Beauty & Essex has a pawn shop in the front of it, and a secret door that leads to the dimly lit restaurant. 10/10 would recommend! Vandal is a flower shop in the front, and the restaurant is covered in cool street art. Both have tapas style dining, which, in my opinion, is the best way to eat. After all that eating, I love to go to the Guggenheim and MoMA. I also went to see Hamilton, which contrary to popular belief is NOT a play about the guy that invented ham. It did not disappoint after all the hype! It's safe to say that I gained at least five pounds in food, and my suitcase gained 5 pounds in clothes. I'll NY-SEE you guys next time.



























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