I had read about The Smile for a while. So when Laurel came up to visit last weekend, I couldn’t think of a more perfect excuse to check this this place out. Tucked away off of a picturesque cobblestone street in Soho – Bond Street to be exact – this local hot spot was as cozy and quaint as described online. A relaxing atmosphere. Delicious food. Bold Stumptown coffee. Yep, we couldn’t have really asked for much more. Ah, I can still taste those blueberry buckwheat waffles…yum.Read More
Historic cast-iron architecture. Charming cobblestone streets. Darling bakeries & cafes on basically ever corner. These are just a few of the many things I adore about the quaint neighborhoods of SoHo & Nolita. To me, these two areas are some of New York’s finest. And cutest. From chowing down at unique [and delicious] brunch spots, to marveling at all the local art lining the streets, these neighborhoods give off such a vibe that will keep your excitement and curiosity thriving. But enough of me yapping away. Check out this city guide for yourself!Read More
On the corner of Lafayette & Spring Street in Soho, there lies the cutest little brunch spot. We’ve walked past this place probably hundreds of times. I just love the name, Jack’s Wife Freda. Sunday, we decided it was time to try this joint out.Read More
Located in the heart of Soho on Elizabeth Street, Tacombi has become my most favorite Mexican restaurant in the area. Not only is it the home to the best crispy fish tacos around, and my most craved dish – corn-in-a-cup, but this place has such a cool vibe about it. When you’re here, it doesn’t feel like you’ve got the crazed city life outside the door. This place takes your mind to the beach-side lifestyle we all dream of living!Read More
I never imagined myself entering a store just for the purpose of washing my hands, but that’s exactly what happened after reading about Sabon in Soho.Read More
One of my favorite things about living in New York has to be the amount of exploring you can do — you know, as if you couldn’t already tell! From new neighborhoods to new shops and restaurants, you never know what you might walk upon next.
Case in point was about a week ago when Derek and I stumbled upon the Chobani cafe in the heart of Soho. Who knew this yogurt company had an actual sit-down cafe?!Read More