No doubt, this trip was one of the best ones (so far).
We discovered so many cute places and Nico loved the city.
Lots of walking, eating, discovering new things, museums and love.
btw - lots of kids friendly places, yeah, in Manhattan.
Here are some of our favorites:)
max brenner, the paradise of chocolate, their thing: you must explore chocolate with all your senses.
a perfect chocolate bar in the middle of the city.
maxbrenner.com - close to union square
i have to thank Taza (blog here) for this tip.
Fishs eddy was my favorite store and I think it will be for a long, long time. they have the most beautiful dinnerware and flatware you could imagine (i'm serious).
che-che-check it out here their website
Cool right? Boxed water forever!
lovely little coffee shop with the best choco chip cookie we've ever had.
Bryant park, you are adorable
in every single way.
I was dying to experience the Union Square farmers market and we finally did it!
This greenmarket began in 1976 and now is a huge thing in Manhattan.You can find everything here in one stop.
Organic bread, fruits & veggies and flowers.
Best coffee shop? La Colombe
a mexican paradise in Nolita!
This resto is seriously cool. they have a van parked in the middle of this garagelike space. also, they cook your tacos right next to you, so you can interact with the cookers, pretty cool!
Recommendations: (all the menu!) we tried: rice&beans, tacos: barbacoa, pork belly, pollo con mole, quesadilla tacos.
que buenas chelitas nos tomamos!
Cutest independent bookstore of Noho/Soho
See/Change at the Seaport district
we found this super cool area with mobile trucks, free movie nights, live djs and bands in the middle of the day and a huuuge bar with lots of shops around.
we loved this.
cutest playground? Imagination playground (in the same area of Seaport)