You may be thinking, "a not-so-cheap eat?" Yes, I too am shocked but I can say it was well worth it. However, I will give you the good news first. Da Marcella, located at 142 W. Houston, is probably the cheapest and most quaint Italian restaurant that I've stumbled upon in the city. There are at least ten dishes under $10 and most glasses of wine range from $7-11. BONUS** - On this tip I used the Scoutmob app which gave us 50% off our bill. Everything you see pictured above costed $20 total. I can't make this up. Now if you're ready for more awesomeness (but a heftier price tag) click below.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Summer is almost over. Release a long sigh. But that's no need to hang up your summer gear yet. I've been obsessed with swim suits as of late, especially minimal suits with graphics as shown above. Even if you're not by the pool, pair it with low slung boyfriend jeans and platforms or a neoprene skater skirt and you're good to go.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
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Insert Kanye line about how black people love gold things. Gold nugget jewelry, especially, is a typical cut that you would find in urban 'hoods. I am not usually the type you'd catch rocking vintage styles but the '90s is so dear to my heart. I am, after all, a '90s baby.
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
If you can't find anything to do in New York, move to Kansas. Ok now that that's out of the way, if you follow me on any social media you know my favorite time of day is brunch. Yes, it's a time of day. And nothing brought me more joy than not having to wait until the weekend to enjoy it. Hotel Chantelle in the Lower East Side just kicked off their Monday brunch series called Family Meal. And since it was opening night, they ran a special for 92 cent cocktails. Yup, my jaw dropped too. And several rounds of cocktails were consumed. I can't pass up a good deal. But on to the food - we ordered a breakfast pizza and truffle tater tots. The flatbread was cooked to perfection - very flaky but not too crunchy. And the spicy ketchup was just enough kick to make an otherwise pretty standard breakfast pizza go up a notch. All of this and about three rounds of cocktails each totaled to $20/person including tax. *dusts off shoulder*