I only had one mission while on my birthday weekend trip to nyc and that was to eat. I was very successful. I had a lot of fun and met up with a lot of tumblr(s) and instagram(ers)! Everyone took me in with open arms and were more than stoked to join me in my foodie/drinking ventures.
I can see how people can fall in love with a city like this. I was in the middle of everything with access to go anywhere. Different food options on every corner and all i had to do was instagram a picture with my location and somebody i knew would pop up and meet me around the corner to join me for breakfast. Everyone is connected here. In a giant city, it really still is a small tight knit social media community. California definitely still has my heart, but i could see myself cheating on her for a couple years to give this whole nyc thing a go possibly. I’ve already started considering jobs.
I enjoyed every single person i crossed paths with this entire weekend and thank them immensely for sparing time out of their schedules & relationships to show me the ropes. I definitely got spoiled. It truly was my best birthday celebration yet. And i think maybe next year, who knows, we might make this a permanent thing.
I also apologize to all the people who follow me on instagram (@itsbatgirl) they were subjected to so much food porn.
I loved shooting pictures of this skyline.
In the frantic search of the perfect doughnut, the guys from All You Can Eat Press, who after having traveled the length and breadth of the Big Apple just to taste as many donuts as possible, have created a small but beautiful map (with a mini infographic), minimalist design but very attractive and well made, that for only $ 8 we can find very easily the best donuts in NYC.