weekend adventures in my neighborhood

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Sharing some of my favorite things to do in my neighborhood over the weekend taking UberPool…

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 Over the weekend I always love taking the time with my boyfriend Danny to explore our neighborhood a bit and enjoy some fun together. So today I’ve partnered with uberPOOL to show you guys some of my favorite places near and in my neighborhood that I enjoy going to! First up is Milk and Roses which is in a bit of a weird spot in Greenpoint as the train isn’t exactly close to it- therefore perfect for taking an uberPool to! I love Milk and Roses and all of its romantic charm. The first time I ever came in, which was between 2 or 3 years ago, I just fell in love. The decor on the inside is so lovely filled with beautiful books, antiques, and red leather sofas. If you walk to the back, they have a stunning backyard that feels like you’ve been transported somewhere else. It’s certainly a gem and the food is delicious! I’ve however never tried the french toast and it looks so yum. It’s my next thing I have to get!

In Brooklyn everything is so spread out,but there’s so much to see. That’s why uberPOOL is so perfect for me because it’s affordable and doesn’t stop me from exploring over the weekend with my babe. With parking being a hassle basically in all of NYC it’s so nice not to worry about that! I take so many Uber’s a week and I always feel safe. My favorite aspect that always make me feel safe is that the app provides the driver’s name, vehicle number, and you can share your ETA with friends or family. I know I’m always getting into the right car and staying safe by looking at the license plate and matching it to the app.

Next up is a record store in Williamsburg called Rough Trade that has an awesome selection of vinyl. I like to stop in and treat myself to some new records every so often. They also have an amazing magazine selection with stuff that can be hard to find. I love all of the string lights in the store and think they are so cute! It’s one of those places I regularly go to because I love picking out new music and seeing what’s going on there. They also have music acts play in the back venue which is really cool!

Afterwards we picked up some groceries from the market for dinner and took an uberPOOL home. It was a perfect ending to a lovely day.

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Noelle

This post was sponsored by Uber. The views, favorite places, and opinions expressed in this post are my own!

 

 

4 thoughts on “weekend adventures in my neighborhood

  1. Mackenzie

    These photos are gorgeous, girl! It’s so fun to explore the places around you, it’s so easy to take them for granted when you see them every day and you can end up overlooking some real treasures! I am from Seattle, and there are so many little hole in the wall places that I walk by every day, that look so amazing. I am totally inspired to go check them out now!

    -Mackenzie
    http://www.kenzywho.com

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