LOCATION: NEW YORK CITY • DECEMBER 7, 2016
On our last day in NYC we bundled up and headed down to Greenwich Village to have brunch a Jane, a little neighborhood cafe in the village. After stumbling on tons of reviews online I knew it would be a great spot to try on our last day in the city. I tried something different outside my usual avocado toast or french toast and went with the Sicilian baked eggs and my mom had the eggs in a nest and both were delicious! On our way to brunch we passed by this row of colorful houses and I knew we had to snap some photos because, Pink House! It’s so darling in person and the entire street is unique in the fact that every home is it’s own unique shade with color contrasting doors. This street seen here is MacDougal Street in between Houston and Bleeker. You can see a better snapshot of the rainbow row of homes here.
After brunch we wound our way back through the neighborhood and walked up Sullivan Street and found even more pretty homes in pastel shades from yellow, blue, to green. They were all so cute but we both like the ones with the festive holiday wreaths hanging from the doors. As we made our way back to Bleeker Street we stopped in to Sweets By. Chloe and grabbed one last sweet treat before heading to the airport. The bakery was filled with shades of pink all the way down to the subway tile grout being hot pink, totally my kind of place! 🙂 Definitely stop in next time you’re in the city. It was a great end to a wonderful weekend in New York City!