Places I Like: Best Made Company

Best Made Company, made in the US of A . . . Located at 36 White Street in New York City, Best Made Company is not to be missed. It’s a cozy space that acts as a brand headquarters, a fully-functional workshop and a beautifully merchandised storefront. Though Best Made Co. is widely known for…

Read More

The Streets of NYC (part 5)

Christmastime in NYC.  It’s hard to compete with New York City when it comes to celebrating the holidays. The cheer is contagious and the decor is festive–they really know how to do it up right. From ice skating in Rockefeller Square to sipping frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity 3, I couldn’t imagine a better way to…

Read More

The View from Pier 25

Sailboats, tugboats and the Hudson River . . . A brisk walk west through Tribeca leads to Pier 25. It’s home to local fisherman, a charming oyster bar, Tribeca Sailing and a big city skyline as far as the eye can see. On sunny days, the pier is the perfect place to picnic. Grab a blanket and pick…

Read More

The Streets of NYC (part 4)

NYC, a city deserving of countless snaps . . . Each time I’m in New York City, I can’t help but find something new to capture. Architecture, street art or happy moments caught while taking walking breaks–these photos are my souvineers. I’m slowly adding to my collection of ‘Streets of NYC’ posts. Take a peek at…

Read More

Insta Life: New York City

Snaps from our time in New York City . . . Commuters at Grand Central Fried Chicken and Waffles Changing Leaves in Central Park Weekend Donuts Hudson River Views Lybbert Boys on a Menswear Safari Washington Square Park A Stop at Shinola Cliche Big City Scene photos via @findingbeautifultruth on Instagram.

Read More

Fried Chicken + Waffles

Comfort food at it’s finest . . . A stop at Amy Ruth’s was a must on our NYC to-do list. It was my first fried chicken and waffles experience, and it definitely won’t be my last. There’s just something about their extra crispy, fried batter. It’s thick and rich in seasoning, perfectly complimenting the sweetness of…

Read More

Washington Square Park

Pull up a park bench, and enjoy the scene . . . What started out as an mid-morning walk ended up being an afternoon tour through New York City’s beloved Greenwich Village. Over the years, ‘The Village’ has been the stomping ground of many cultural greats–singers, song writers, activists, artists, poets and playwrights. Today, the neighborhood is still buzzing with…

Read More

Places I Like: Shinola in Tribeca

 Handcrafted and American-made . . . While in NYC, we made a stop at Shinola to see what was new. The storefront is cozy yet industrial, with a coffee shop up front and neatly curated displays that show off signature watches, leather goods and bicycles. Lucky for us, the space also doubles as an acoustic concert venue–and the Steep Canyon Rangers happened…

Read More