NYC Recap - Part III

OK, if you're still with me I have one last recap from our NYC trip. Enjoy!

We woke up Saturday morning to blue skies and decided to do brunch in Greenwich Village. We had another recommendation from Milltini and once again, she did not disappoint! We ate at Blue Ribbon Bakery and I think they had some of the best french toast that I've ever had. Of course, we arrived a little early hence the picture of me posing outside the restaurant.

After brunch we headed to the Brooklyn Bridge as we wanted to take in the views of the city from that angle. Of course, everyone else had the same idea so we only made it half way and then turned around. However, the views were great and I was able to take a couple of cool pictures.

This is one of my favorites from the bridge and if you look closely you can even see Ryan's head at the bottom :)

Since it was a beautiful day outside we decided we would spend our last afternoon in NYC at Central Park. We ended up staying here a few hours and honestly we could of spent more time there. I couldn't believe how many people were out in the park either riding their bikes, jogging, playing softball or just lounging. I love that in such a big city you can go to such a beautiful area to get away from the buildings and bright lights. I definitely think this was one of my favorites areas of New York.

After the park we came back to our hotel, relaxed, and then got ready to head out for dinner. We ate at The Modern which is associated with the Museum of Modern Art and it was absolutely amazing. My Dad's friend had recommended this restaurant and even made the reservations for us. It was a perfect way to celebrate our anniversary and a perfect way to end our trip :)


  1. Newish to your blog :) I'm going to NYC next weekend, and I'm even MORE excited after reading your post!

  2. YAYYY! How delicious does Blue Ribbon SMELL? I mean, the food is delicious...but I love the way that is smells when you walk in there. I am so glad you guys had such a wonderful time and that some of my recs came in handy!


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