New York City Guide

New York is one of those cities, like Paris or Rome, that I get absolutely high on. The atmosphere, the people, the diversity. And, of course, all those places I’ve seen a million times in films and TV shows. It’s packed with amazing coffeeshops, restaurants and things to see/do, and I don’t think I’ll ever feel like I’ve seen/tasted everything there is to see/taste in the city = always a reason to go back! I...

Greenwich Village Stationary Paradise

You should’ve seen my face when I stumbled upon this place on our stroll through Greenwich Village (my favorite NYC neighborhood). I was “summoned” by the beautiful notebooks, pens and general interior of the McNally Jackson Store as we passed by, and I fell even more head-over-heels in love as I wandered around the store, mesmerized. I regret not spending more time there, though (then again, I could’ve spent hours...

5 New York Specialty Coffeeshops

When traveling to cities, I always spend a great amount of time visiting specialty coffeeshops: in Paris especially, but elsewhere too. While in New York I managed to drag Carina along to so many New York specialty coffeeshops that she might never set foot inside a coffeeshop again. Nevertheless, one of the results of my many coffeeshop-visits is this post, in which I’ll share 5 of my favorite New York specialty coffeeshops: Dansk: Jeg tilbringer...

Dinner at Café Henrie, New York

Sponsored. On my trip to New York I had the pleasure of testing Café Henrie’s new dinner service. Café Henrie has long been a favorite amongst bloggers and instagrammers – but mostly for their picture-perfect brunch. So when I was invited for dinner in the café I didn’t quite know what to expect. The place is absolutely adorable: kind of diner-inspired, pink and retro. Perfect for Instagram, really – but...

Buddha Bowls on the Upper East Side

Two of the things I enjoy most in cities are (1) specialty coffeeshops and (2) vegan/vegetarian restaurants! So I was particularly excited about my visit at By CHLOE and, of course, this gem! Le Botaniste, located a few blocks from Midtown and a stone’s throw from Central Park, is all about healthy, plant-based, organic food. Carina and I chose to share a buddha bowl (the Tibetan Mama Rice bowl, to be...
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