#20: Soft Swerve

We’re back guys! We’ve been super busy with work and haven’t been able to give you a write up in a while so here it is 😋 This past weekend we were in the Lower East Side and decided to visit a new spot making some major buzz right now in the NYC ice cream world, Soft…

#17: Ben & Jerry’s

While we wrapped up our final hours in VT, we swung into the Ben & Jerry’s factory to grab a cone. We got there later in the day so we missed the ice cream tours which wasn’t a biggie since we took the tour on a prior visit. If you do have the chance to…

#16: Mountain Creamery

It was our last day in Vermont and it was a busy one! We started out with a trip over to Plymouth Artisan Cheese to see oldest cheesemaking operations in the US. Then, to check out the Apple & Crafts Fair – but we’ll get more into what we got there later in a post to come. After walking…

#14: The Worthy Burger

After our visit to Worthy Kitchen yesterday we learned that their original location, The Worthy Burger, was located just 30 minutes away in South Royalton. Since we loved it so much, it was only right that we swung by try it out! The restaurant is located a little off the beaten trail in an old freight house next to…

#12: King Arthur Flour

The early bird gets the best from the bakery! Day 3 in Vermont started with a trip to King Arthur Flour. Because nothing beats fresh bread in the AM, we made the early morning trip over to King Arthur to grab a bunch of goodies from their bakery. We got an assortment of pastries to bring…

#11: Long Trail Brewery

It’s day 2 in Vermont and we had to stop in to our other favorite brewery in the Green Mountains, Long Trail Brewery! It was a little rainy today so we grabbed a picnic table inside. All of the decor in the brewery pays homage to VT. After looking through all the new season flavors…

#09: Dianne & Elisabeth

You may recall that earlier this month we reviewed The Marshal. Now the same owners bring us Dianne & Elisabeth! If you live in Hell’s Kitchen you know good food is hard to find so we were excited to attend their opening weekend.

#07: The Marshal

If you live in Hell’s Kitchen, you know how difficult it is to find a good brunch spot. Luckily, we found The Marshal on one of our weekend walks. The space is small with an outside table available, so a reservation is encouraged to secure a spot especially on the busy weekends. The restaurant feels intimate…