The perfect pre-game routine that I have come up with over the years is to brunch and make sure there are bottomless mimosas. I am so excited for the boys to be back in town on Wednesday. Baseball season is my absolute favorite season and I can’t wait to slide into home alongside the … Continue reading Which Season is It?
After the party, it's the after party...and that for me is a stroll down to Shake Shack for a juicy burger and some golden-Yukon fries. A big saving grace for me in D.C. when I was stressed or when Founding Farmers was completely booked up, was Shake Shack. Nestled in the train station and surrounded by blurred … Continue reading After the Party
I thought about opening this post with the lyrics from Hawaiian Roller Coaster ride, because it is after all, a post about Disney’s Polynesian restaurant, Ohana. Then I saw the lyrics in it And if I only had my way, I’d play til the sun sets beyond the horizon And it really spoke to … Continue reading And If I Only Had My Way
As you know by now, I was in Austin for an overnight before heading back to Florida. I so wish I had more time in that wonderful city, but any moment with my bestie is not wasted at all. We always go to Gueros whenever I’m in town, but I had just been a … Continue reading I Heart Halcyon
I was off spending the weekend in Washington, DC with one of my closest and sweetest friends, my Little, and today I am off to Texas for some low-key family time! I was so excited to be back in the land of four seasons and where all of my favorite restaurants are! And yes, the … Continue reading Tea is my Therapy
“The best blush in the world is a sip of champagne.” After starting the morning with a mimosa brunch at The Contemporary, I decided with my sister and her fiancé in tow, we would finally kick off the Food and Wine Festival! And I am so excited to share it with you all! There … Continue reading The Best Blush in the World
I think the top three worst things about moving to a new city/state as a single female are the following: learning the dating scene, trying to make new friends, and looking for brunch spots and coffee shops. All three of those are very, very important to me. Where I’ve made one friend, started dating a … Continue reading There’s a New General in Town
There’s a majestic little restaurant right down the cobblestone way from The Green Dragon called Ye Olde Union Oyster House. The Oyster House is over 250 years old and holds all of the charm that an old family member would. Fun Fact: the first toothpick, yes all of you Texans read that right, was first … Continue reading Well Shucks!
As promised, I am back on schedule (whoo-hoo) and ready to dig into the fish and chips with you. About halfway through The Freedom Trail, you come along a narrow street that holds a real gem…the oldest tavern in the United States. The entire tavern is full of Irish immigrants who know the ends and … Continue reading Green Dragon. Not Dracarys.
Austin, TX has such a sweet place in my heart. It's where I had my first date ever in 2014, it's where I first lived completely by myself, it's where I fell in love for the first time, also where I had my heart completely shattered for the first time and fully understood losing someone I … Continue reading Hermosas before Manmosas