Sunday, April 23, 2017

New York City Girls Trip

Last weekend we took a quick girls trip to New York City. It's Kenzi's birthday, so this trip was the perfect way to celebrate! We wanted to do some girly things that we don't normally do in the city with our husbands.


First, we took the train over to Brooklyn to see the cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botantic Garden. Sadly, there were only a few trees in bloom, but it was still a pretty place to walk around!



After, we walked around West Village and through Washington Square Park.


We grabbed lunch at By Chloe, which was delicious! The blueberry lemonade was amazing. I heard they just opened up a one in Boston and so I'm excited to eat there again soon.

It was such a beautiful day so we ate our lunch in the park.


We also grabbed some treats at Molly's Cupcakes (which had these fun swings for their seats) and Grom (yummy gelato).


Later, we got our nails done at Essie Nail Salon. So adorable! The sofas are bright pink, purple, & red. Such a fun little place to get manicures!




We ate dinner at this place called The Smith and after got foot massages at Renew which was the best way to relax after walking all day. It was only $25 for an hour, so cheap!


The next day we had brunch at Laduree, which is my favorite! I went to Laduree in London and Paris last year and fell in love with how adorable the place is. I had the french toast for breakfast which came with this delicious rose whipped cream. We also grabbed some macaroons to go of course:)



Isn't this place just the cutest?


Then we shopped in Soho. We wanted to grab treats at Dominique Ansel Bakery but the line was insanely long so we skipped it. After, we rode bikes all through Central Park. So dreamy!


We also saw the Oculus- such a cool building.


That night, we grabbed dinner at this fun place called Beauty and Essex.


Of course, banana pudding from Magnolia Bakery is the perfect treat to go!


It was such a fun girls trip- I love these wonderful friends of mine so much!

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