We knew we were in for a treat when we stepped inside this beauty. We sat down at the bar and ordered a few cocktails while we waited to be seated. These creative seafood dishes kep surprising us bite after bite. Make sure you stay for dessert!
- Downtown Savannah
- 307 Bull St
Stop into this swanky cocktail bar for some exceptional creative cocktails. The marble bar and the decor will bring you back to another time. Grab a seat at the bar and let the bartender guide you through their menu to make the perfect cocktail selection.
If this is what a true southern brunch is like, then we need it in our lives every weekend! We couldn't get enough of the delicious food at The Collins Corner. So much so, that we were thinking about ordering even more food after our brunch, because everything was just too freaking good! We highly recommend ordering the 'Tag this Hash" and the 'Swine time Beni'.
- Downtown Savannah
- (912) 257-4050
Sooooo, obviously staying in a mansion has been on our bucket list for some time now. So, when we walked up to our "home for the weekend" while in Savannah, we were beyond excited! And even more so in love once we opened the doors and took a tour of this beautiful place. This beautiful home was so inspiring words and pictures don't do it justice! Here are a few of our favorites.
We're constantly discovering new places in this city and even though we've lived here over 8+ years now, we still haven't eaten at even half of the restaurants here in NYC. Our new discovery this week was Industry Kitchen, and boy are we glad we found out about it when we did. It is located at the edge of the East River on South St; this New American restaurant which serves up delicious eats like watermelon salad, avocado toast, and wood fire pizzas. Not only is the food on point but the drinks are too. With the weather warming up and summer quickly approaching, we cant help but to get excited about returning here with friends for drinks and bites soon!
Last week we had the opportunity to partner with Chevy on a road trip to Upstate New York. We cruised up north with our playlist ready, and our windows down ready to enjoy the cool spring breeze. The built in wifi was perfect for the country roads when our phones had 'No Service'. We traveled through small towns enjoying the lush green of the tress and charm of little shops and markets. Some of our favorite features of the Chevy Cruze were the instant Bluetooth connectivity, impeccable gas mileage, the spacious leg room (after all we are pretty tall people), and how smooth this baby drove. Oh, and even though its a bit on the smaller side this beauty has some serious horsepower.
First Stop: We made it to Beacon, NY where the waterfalls were beautiful and the people were charming. We spent a few days here enjoying all this town had to offer from its local fare, craft beer, and one of our favorite museums,Dia.Beacon. We stayed at this industrial chic hotel, The Roundhouse and had a relaxing time.
Our next and last stop on this 5 day road trip was Hudson, NY. Up to this point we had only heard about Hudson and how we had to make a trip up here to experience the charm. We were blown away by the amount of furniture shops, restaurants, and charm that Hudson has to offer. We spent a bit of our time driving to nearby towns looking for scenic outlooks and even drove up to West Point to catch the sunset.
Thanks Chevy, for having us travel in style!
- Hankins, NY
Have we told you guys about MILK BARN yet? Nope? Well then you are in for a treat! We spent our past weekend at this breathtaking property with a few friends. Our mornings were spent building fires outside while sipping coffee. Afternoons were spent exploring towns nearby, and evenings were spent chefing up dinner in the kitchen of our dreams while the records spinned. We made sure to enjoy every part of this 15 acre property, from the 2 Guesthouses, the treehouse, the sauna, and the pond.
We had the chance to spend the week in Southern Arizona, so we packed our bags with anticipation to get back to the desert again. We started in Tucson for a few days and then we headed down towards the border of Arizona and Mexico where we spent a couple of days in Bisbee, AZ. We knew we loved Phoenix after our trip there in January, but this trip solidified our love for Arizona. Here are a few of our favorite shots. We hope you enjoy.
Did we mention that we moved to Brooklyn a few months ago? With us moving to a new borough and space we decided to start fresh so we left most of our furniture behind.
This time around it was important for us to focus on bringing quality pieces into our home. So when the folks at Airweave reached out to collaborate we knew this would be a good fit.
As soon as we laid on this mattress we instantly became fans, and after a full nights sleep on the mattress we were sold. The cutting edge technology of the airfiber synchronizes to your body allowing easier movements and airflow. Trust us, as extremely light sleepers this mattress has changed our sleeping game.
- Greenwich Village
- 349 W 12th St
- (646) 517-2948
This lovely home decor boutique is tucked away in Greenwich Village. You walk in to wonderful scents burning, plants, and hopefully you are greeted by Darryl by the time you make it to the couch. Calliope is wonderfully curated with mid-century furniture and home goods. They also have a host of cool field trip experiences like vinylhunting, photography, and making cocktails. Click on their website to find out more about their Field Trips.
- Old Havana
- 66, Santa Clara
- +53 7 8660109
This is the place that will make you feel at home in Cuba. Any help that you need they will be sure to make sure they can take of you. This cozy 7 room B&B was the perfect setting for our stay in Havana. The decor, tiles, and architecture kept us inspired throughout our stay. We woke up to the bustling sounds of Old Havana, we ate breakfast on the outdoor patio every morning and sipped on some strong Cafe Cubano. Everything is walking distance from Sueno, you are literally around the corner for the Square.
There's something about traveling that keeps us inspired. Experiencing different cultures, being in different climates, and around new people is quiet exhilarating.
We've partnered with Faithfull The Brand for our recent trips to The Caribbean. Their effortless versatile pieces make for the perfect travel companion, and are pretty easy on the eyes too. Not to mention, the lightweight breathable fabrics have me hooked (hello, I was in the Caribbean and hardly broke a sweat).
Shop the Amalfi Dress.
Shop the Tomas Pant.
Looking forward to more travels in Faithfull! They're definitely my new go to for our next adventures.
P.S. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 I love using this emoji every time I wear The Amfali dress.
- 760 S Stone Ave
This mother-daughter owned shop carries home goods, kitchenware, cookbooks, and garden items. Everything is perfectly curated and well-made. This is the kind of shop we love stopping in.
- 15 Main Street
We don't discriminate, especially when it comes to our food. So, when we found out there was a vegan restaurant located right across the street from our hotel we were eager to try it. The menu boast a lot of flavorful items such as the Crunchwrap, and the Sonoran Hot Dog. When you walk into Poco, you will notice other vendors setup shop that gives Bisbee that outdoor market feel.
Our first stop in Tucson and it was a warm welcome indeed. We were thoroughly impressed with this retro chic designed diner. Not only do they serve up the finest dishes with ingredients from local partners but they also have a pretty impressive cocktail list. If you are ever in Tucson you should know stopping by here is a must.
Looking for a piece of heaven in Tucson? Then look no further than Hacienda Del Sol. We had the pleasure of staying here during our trip, and we just can't get over how impressive this property is. The rooms, the food, and the staff all wowed us. Not to mention the spectacular view of the Catalina mountains outside of our room. Oh, and how can we forget how beautiful the grounds are. Every corner of Hacienda is picture worthy. We had the chance to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Terraza and The Grill, and we must say the food was impeccable. Every bite was phenomenal, inventive, and fun to eat. We are still trying to figure out how they made those fire roasted beets. We're already itching to get back to this paradise in the desert.
If you would of told us a month ago that we would be on a cruise headed to The Bahamas we wouldn't have believed you. And, if you would of told us that the cruise left basically from our backyard (New Jersey) we wouldn't have believed that either. So when we had the opportunity to travel on Royal Caribbean's Anthem Of The Seas we were beyond ecstatic.
With this being our first time cruising we had no idea what to expect, and we were in for quite a treat. Top of the line restaurants like our favorites: Coastal Kitchen (which has the best staff ever) and Izumi by Chef Marinon Kusineo, which boost extremely delicious Japanese cuisine. There was a vitality spa, fitness center, indoor skydiving, and even bumper cars. The options seemed endless and extremely fun might we add.
Our first stop was Cococay, Bahamas. We were one of the first to hop off the ship and set foot on the island early in the morning. The beach was so serene with its crystal clear waters and powder like sand. We hung out for most of the day sipping on cocktails and laying out, talk about relaxing!
Our next stop was in Nassau where we started off the morning with an extremely breathtaking sunrise run. After rinsing off in the ocean, we chatted it up with some of the locals and discovered where we could find the freshest food and local must-have, Conch Salad! We spent the afternoon exploring the island and laying on Cabbage beach. The blue water was unforgettable!
We really had a damn good time during our 7 days on board, but our favorite part of it all was being able to experience sunrise and sunset at sea. No obstructed views, just us and this special moment with the universe and that's something we can really get with! Until the next cruise... ✌️🚢
We spent 5 amazing days in this beautiful country. The people were inspiring, the architecture was impeccable, the coffee was strong, and the car scene was extremely desirable. We felt like we were in a completely different era. Here is our journey through Cuba with our film cameras. We hope you enjoy!