Tag Archive: new york

Spotted / New York City / Shinola

During my trip to NYC a few weeks ago, I made it a point to stop by the Shinola flagship store in TriBeca. Shinola is a Detroit-based company that has been making quite the buzz… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / Bellocq

One of the highlights of my day in Brooklyn was discovering this gorgeous little gem in Greenpoint. I was once gifted a silver canister of Bellocq’s English Breakfast tea and I’ve loved seeing… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / One Girl Cookies

On my first night in town, I decided to forego dinner entirely and headed for dessert instead at One Girl Cookies. I didn’t make it over to their original shop in Cobble Hill,… Continue reading

Spotted / New York City / Joseph Leonard

If I lived in the West Village (or NYC in general), I would be frequenting this place quite a bit. It is uber darling and uber good, too! The space is tiny and… Continue reading

Spotted / New York City / Smith & Mills

I was wandering around Tribeca when I stumbled into this quaint and oh so lovely little space. Every detail is exquisite—from the tufted seating to the industrial elements throughout. I tucked myself into… Continue reading

Spotted / New York City / The Butcher’s Daughter

* I just got back from another week in NYC, so I’ll be posting some great NYC spots all week long. * This is a cafe and juice bar I’ve been meaning to… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / EAT

What I thought was a pottery shop in Greenpoint also turned out to be a sweet little restaurant specializing in simple, healthy, and delicious farm-to-table meals. After days of indulgent eating, this was… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / Kill Devil Hill

I love finding shops like Kill Devil Hill in Greenpoint: part antique and general store, a denim repair shop, and a tailor for custom aprons. So many nifty little goods to peruse and… Continue reading

SPOTTED / NEW YORK / BROOKLYN / ODDFELLOWS ICE CREAM

I was wandering around Williamsburg along Kent Ave. when suddenly I see this large circus monkey with cymbals staring right at me through a window. Instantly I froze and stared right back at… Continue reading