Sometimes plans change, and last Saturday we woke up to cloudy skies and thought… this day needs pizza and some serious cozying up with a good movie… so we decided to shift our Optimist Hall visit till November. Fingers crossed even more of the tenants will have opened by the time we visit!
This Saturday we’re headed to our first ballet of the year (shocking I know) Leonce & Leona at Knights Theater. We’ll grab a bite before and perhaps stop into the newest Uptown location of Reid’s located just across the street from the theater (between Fin & Fino and Starbucks.)
Join Alyssa of The A List at the Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong.
I can’t wait to try out this recipe for Ridiculous Baked Gnocchi with Vodka Sauce from Pinch of Yum.
HiP Paris shares about Where to Eat Near the Eiffel Tower.
Note to self… the next time I’m in Savannah, check out the farmers market in Forsyth Park! The Lavin Label shares a recipe for a delicious Vegetable Omelet she made from her purchases at the market.
My love of all things Parisian should be a well known fact by now, (after all there are 2 posts on the list about it) and if you’re thinking about adding art to your home, I have to suggest two of my favorite photographers of the City of Light, Georgianna Lane (who I had the pleasure of interviewing earlier this year) and Rebecca Plotnick (aka The Everyday Parisian)
This Instant Pot Mushroom Wild Rice Soup from Broma Bakery looks both hearty and delicious.
Stacie Flinner shares about Designing the Sarah Flint Popup in NYC.
A love the outfit Carly the Prepster put together for a trip to her corner book store in the post Book Worm. With so few independent bookstores around, it’s important to support your local shops whenever you can!
Try out this recipe for Apple Cider Donuts from With Love From Kat.
Gal Meets Glam shares in inside look at the dreamy penthouse celebration of the GMG Coat Collection.
Baker by Nature shares a Foodie’s Guide to Paris.
I’m seriously obsessed with this Halen Fringed Kimono and Corinne Cable Knit Poncho from Anthropologie.
The View from Great Island shares a recipe for a Classic New England Fish Pie.
Join Alice Catherine at Foxhill Manor.
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