Chelsea holds a dear place in my heart. Not only is it the home of my school, FIT, it also has the most darling side streets, both my favorite French restaurant, La Grainne Cafe, and my favorite bakery, Billy’s Bakery, and of course Chelsea Market (though that may be Meatpacking technically).
apricot jam crepe from La Grainne Cafe, perfection
protection from windy 10th ave.
here comes the sun
lipstick all day, every day
dilapidated empire diner
one of my favorite bookstores
i love doors...
baby gated door next to the one above
i showed this same apartment building months ago. the red door draws me in. i need to live there.
how does this happen? what French maid is running around the city without their feather duster?
slider at popburger
I like to walk, a lot. I also love to take pictures of what I see, as you can tell from previous posts. It seems like every weekend I am now exploring a new part of this amazing enchanting city I live in. Two weeks ago I wandered around The Village and SoHo. There was brunch, chalked up sidewalks, and beautiful architecture.
the best brioche French toast I have ever had, in one of the most darling restaurants in the West Village, Elephant & Castle (click on the picture if you don't believe me).
The plates at Elephant & Castle (with eggs benedict on the side!)
Greenwich Village, I love these quiet almost European side streets
Heading into Nolita now, such a French building
my favorite street in New York, Elizabeth St. in Nolita
open air restaurant in Nolita
coming here next, Nolita
Washington Square Park
how adorable is the little green bridge
little baby building
most amazing bread at Eataly
sweets and treats