Red Stripe Brunch

It's always nice to live in walking distance from a good brunch spot, so I'm taking it upon myself to try themĀ all. While my mom and best friend were visiting, we strolled over to Red Stripe for Sunday brunch. I was feeling really sick, so I needed comfort food. It was packed, but the restaurant... Continue Reading →

Rhode Island Seafood Festival 2017

If there's a festival nearby, chances are I'll be there. Before my moving truck even arrived in Providence, I invited my friend Robyn into town for the 7th Annual Rhode Island Seafood Festival. It just so happened to be walking distance from my new apartment and held on an absolutely beautiful weekend, weather-wise. Robyn and... Continue Reading →

Bao Down

  I've been doing my best to follow my own advice and take my lunch breaks to stroll around town. It's a great way to explore my new city and pause my day for some self care. On almost every walk, I passed Tom's BaoBao, an incredibly clean and bright restaurant. They draw you in... Continue Reading →

I’m About to Become a Regular.

Before my moving truck arrived, I was eating at a lot of different restaurants. This necessary-but-expensive food tour of my new city turned out to be incredibly fun (and probably worth the all the pretty pennies I dropped on it). I also had a cold during my first two weeks in Rhode Island, which made... Continue Reading →

Quali-tea Caffiene Fix in PVD

I've only been here for a month, but I can already tell that Providence is a coffee town! This city clearly cares about keeping everyone caffeinated (say that three times fast!). During my days of exploring, I've been able to try some really great coffee shops. Here are my favorites so far. I expect this... Continue Reading →

Shut Your (Tourist) Trap

If someone told me that a touristy restaurant on the beach in Warwick had some of the best food in Rhode Island, I'd tell them to shut the front door. But it turns out some tourist traps are complete treats! I wanted to make sure my mom got as much seafood as she could eat... Continue Reading →

Brunch at The Salted Slate

Providence has so many little pockets of restaurants, so I'm really glad I moved to the Wayland Square area. I'm close to some really fantastic places and it's been fun to check them all out (slowly but surely). My bestie from college lives in Newport, which is about an hour away--much better than the 1,000-mile... Continue Reading →

Best of D.C.

Before my big move from Georgia to Rhode Island, I decided to take a little break to enjoy the finer things in life (re: naps and food). I wanted to take advantage of this down time and take a real life vacation. Luckily, my friend Jules was in town from a year in Indonesia and... Continue Reading →

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