Hanok Village

Sep 11, 2014


If there's anything I learned in Korea, it's that the country is brimming with beautiful things: beautiful places, beautiful people, and above all- beautiful architecture. The buildings all exist in harmony with nature, and it all really just is beautiful. In particular, I thoroughly enjoyed wandering up and down the winding roads in the hanok village I visited. I stumbled upon an acapella group and a cat among the throngs of couples who were all apparently as interested in the architecture as I was. 

The First Meal

Aug 27, 2014


Bossam, because why not? My stomach was very pleased.

Meet Yomi

Aug 20, 2014


I like dogs, and they like me! I think. At least Yomi does.

Sweet Summer

Aug 6, 2014


I ate a lot of stuff this summer. An unhealthy portion of the stuff I consumed falls under the category of 'sweets' (my personal favorite category as you will soon learn.. if you didn't already know). Enjoy the photo vomit taken mostly with my phone (for which I apologize).

*MOMOFUKU MILK BAR cereal milk + soft serve with crunch


* MAGNOLIA BAKERY chocolate pudding pie


*SPOT DESSERT BAR Vietnamese Coffee Cupcake


*MAST BROTHERS stumptown coffee chocolate bar


*MAX BRENNER fondue for 2


*BIG GAY ICE CREAM SHOP salty pimp + rock roadhouse


*GEORGETOWN CUPCAKES birthday cake(?) + key lime pie


*PEOPLE'S POPS


*LA NEW YORKINA pink lemonade

ALRIGHT you caught me. This was a lazy post. If you follow me on instagram, you're probably shaking a finger at me. And if you don't, you're probably wondering why all these pictures are all so conveniently square. Not to worry. I'm off to Korea in a few days, which means I'll probably be chipping away at a backlog of Korea-photos for at least half of September. Stay tuned for the many travel/food posts coming your way.

Brunch At Buvette

Aug 3, 2014

Brunch. Brunch. Brunch. Brunch. I've said it before, and I'll say it 'til I'm old and gray: I love brunch. There's something seriously magical about slow weekend mornings that I can't quite put my finger on. If you're a regular visitor, you've already wrapped your mind around my rather loud infatuation with the hybrid meal that is "brunch". Recently, I expressed my love for the meal at Buvette, a quaint little restaurant reminiscent of some of the French cafes I walked past instead of going into in Paris (nooo!).
First of all, it's incredibly beautiful. A bicycle with a basket full of corks stands propped up right outside the restaurant. A box of oranges here. A basket of bread there. Mirrored tiles on the ceiling and lights strung across the outdoor seating area. A hipster's paradise! Top it all off with small delicious plates of food and you have Buvette. We ordered croissants with raspberry jam (omg so good) and butter, fresh squeezed orange juice, a cr'q monsieur (a classic ham and gruyere toasted sandwich), and steamed eggs with prosciutto and toast. Sounds like there was a bit of a redundancy with our order but there are no complaints here. Hope you all get a chance to go!

P.S Expect to get real cozy with your neighbors.