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Savannah Smiled is an online space for sharing life's milestones, home decor, DIY projects and a few breakfast recipes here and there. 

Fooding New York

Fooding New York

I think we're all pretty aware that I'm not a foodie by any means. I enjoy a cheap fast food item as much as some people would savor foods made by Wolfgang Puck himself. It doesn't take a whole lot to make me happy! With that said, I had plenty of great foods when I was in New York with my friends last weekend. Here's some of my favorites:

1. Big Daddy's Diner: We went here last time I was in the big city and I sure wasn't upset about going back! There are several locations in New York. Great burgers, better milkshakes. Yum. 

2. Starbucks: Can you really go to New York without stopping by one of the million Starbucks? No, the answer is no. This time around, I got a Peppermint Mocha frappuccino, which I didn't even know was sold in frap form! It was a happy surprise!

3. Calle Ocho: Luckily, before I even knew I was coming to visit, my friends booked a brunch date at Calle Ocho. They are frequent brunchers at this particular cuban-inspired spot. 

4. Waffles in the Park: After walking around in Central Park for a bit, we passed by a waffle vendor and split one between the four of us. It was definitely the perfect treat for a chilly walk in the park. 

5. Homemade Breakfast: One morning, we all cooked breakfast together. Bacon is always good, but there's something about making bacon in your own home. Smells good. Tastes better 

5. Home Made Taqueria: Through the Seamless app (total NY necessity), we ordered some amazing tortas and tacos not once, but twice. These tacos are the real deal, y'all and I am already craving them again. 

6. Starbucks: I know, I know. This time around, I had to go get my peppermint mocha in it's original delicious hot form (as it was much colder this day). Look at all that Christmas spirit, by the way. 

Okay, now I'm hungry. 


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