Gogo’s Detroit, Downtown

Poke Fever has hit an all time high, and has finally made it’s way to Downtown Detroit. Gogo’s Detroit is tucked away inside of Park Bar near The Fox and Grand Circus -lots of people will know it as ‘The Place Bucharest Used To Be”. As sad as Bucharest’s departure was, Gogo’s is certainly a worthy replacement. On weekends or days when…
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Birthday Tea at The Whitney, Midtown

As some of you probably noticed over social media this past week, I made it back home! And just in time for my birthday, no less. Knowing I’d be missing the British Isles and that I love any excuse to dress up, my mom booked us a table for afternoon tea at The Whitney. It’s a gorgeous old building right…
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Cotswolds: The Wild Rabbit, Kingham

In the UK, everyone has their ‘local’. It’s the neighbourhood pub they’ll retire to after a long day for a pint, or to gather on Sunday with friends and family for a roast. The Wild Rabbit is mine. The Wild Rabbit might just be the most beautiful pub you’ve stepped foot in. Owned and designed by the same Lady Bamford of…
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Italy: Giolitti, Rome

I had a lot of espresso in Italy, each one seemingly better than the last. The atmosphere varies widely from cafe to cafe, each with their own eccentricities and vibes. Of all of the ones I visited, Giolitti was probably my favourite. Giolitti is somewhat of an establishment in Rome. Just a stone’s throw from the parliament, it’s somewhere you’ll often see…
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Italy: Antico Caffe Greco, Rome

Yesterday I told you that my favourite neighbourhood in Rome was Tridente, and I’m about to tell you one of the biggest reasons why. Tucked in between the stores selling tailored suits and designer handbags on Via Condotti is a little place called Antico Caffe Greco that I was dying to go to. It’s unassuming from the outside, and you’d walk…
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