Cafe Pinson

When I’m traveling I usually have a bad habit of running myself ragged. I’m usually on a go-go-go schedule, where I have people to see and places to be. Exploring new neighborhoods is great, but

Big Apple

My friend and I were wandering around Copenhagen playing typical tourists as we took in the city’s landmarks. The Little Mermaid Statue? Check. Nyhavn, the charming old harbor? You know it. In between a list


When you’re on the go in a city, especially if you’re visiting for the first time, you’re usually on the run but in need of good food, fast. When I was in London there was

Workshop Coffee Co. in Clerkenwell

When I’m in London it’s usually just passing through for a short while, so I always have lots of people to see and places to be when I’m there. I maximize my time by making

Cafe Macchiato

Three words: maple pecan danish. That’s it. Review done. Because once you’ve had one of these, you’ll never want to eat anything else. Cafe Macchiato is a small chain here in New York City that

The Thinking Cup

There’s something kind of magical about a good coffee shop, when the smell of coffee takes over you as you settle into a comfy chair while you dive into the latest book you’re reading or


Let’s talk about brunch. Specifically, brunch at Essex, right here in New York City, which is arguably the capital of the weekend tradition. I had never heard of Essex until I got a text from

Flour Bakery

Flour Bakery was always one of the few mysterious places in Boston for me. While I always lived in the center of the city, it was always just far enough from a Flour that I

South End Buttery

I love The Buttery in Boston’s South End neighborhood because it’s almost three delicious restaurants in one. The cafe portion of The Buttery is set up so you can grab a seat in the windows

L’Aroma Cafe

I have a soft spot for L’Aroma Cafe, as it’s one of the few cafes in which I’ve been able to actually sit down and write. Now, I know tons of people who practically live

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