Lunch with the Little - Cafeteria, Boston
I posted a little while ago on Twitter that I was getting uninspired by what I had been drafting to post on here and I was nervous about some of the stuff I wanted to post. So today' post is the start of a new era. If you aren't following me on Twitter (which you should be), you may know that I follow a ton of bloggers, but I also follow a lot of vloggers and youtubers. I love the content youtubers make and I always feel so inspired by it! I would love to actually produce YouTube content, but I don't have the equipment for good quality videos yet, so I'm sticking to blogging.
ANYWAY, I love the content of daily and weekly vlogs, I'm uninspired by my usual posts and general blog post topics, so I've decided to make my site a lot more personal and high quality. In the past I've felt like I spent so much time making sure my posts were drafted and edited but I didn't spend a lot of time on photos or even taking time to make sure I liked what I was writing. That's about to change. I take pictures constantly of what I'm doing, who I'm with and things that happen in my daily life and I want to start documenting them. That means a lot more restaurant and cafe reviews, life updates, and even a few fashion posts if I can find local photographer *wink wink my MA friends*. Looking forward, there will be more photos, and more of me in every post!
Last week I had to go into Boston for an event for school and going into Boston means getting to see my little! She's interning there for the summer so making frequent trips will be a necessity. The event I had to go to was by Copley Square so we decided to stay close to that area by walking around Newbury and Boyalston Street.
If you're not familiar with Boston this is a pretty touristy area since a lot of major hotels circle this block, but it's also some pretty decent shopping. Being completely broke on Newbury street is no bueno, so my little and I decided that the first cute [see instagrammable] restaurant we saw to avoid spending money in the stores. Luckily we turned the corner and the first place we saw was Cafeteria.
I've probably walked up and down this street hundereds of times and not once have I ever noticed this place, but aparently it's super popular! And so aesthetically pleasing it hurt.
Clearly I couldn't stop taking pictures. The entire atmosphere was so calming for the location being so hectic, I honestly didn't want to leave.
I've probably walked up and down this street hundereds of times and not once have I ever noticed this place, but aparently it's super popular! And so aesthetically pleasing it hurt. Clearly I couldn't stop taking pictures. The entire atmosphere was so calming for the location being so hectic, I honestly didn't want to leave.
Cue my little looking all cute! She started taking photos of me taking photos because that's what you do when your big's a blogger, right?
Our meal was DELICIOUS. I am one of those people who has a hard time going to a new place and enjoying the food there (I like what I know). But I was obsessed!
We ordered cheeseburger spring rolls to start, definitely not healthy, but fantastic. Then we both ordered burgers. Little was good and ordered a side salad, but I had to get the fries because they looked too good. I don't know how but even though I'm going to be a senior, and she's going to be a junior, my little is 21 and I'm not, so she ordered one of heir specialty drinks called the Class Clown which had Smirnoff Vanilla, Kahlua, Baileys, Nocello and fresh Espresso. She described it as basically an alchoholic iced coffee. So if your of age and love iced coffee, check it out!
I can't wait to start sharing with you the things that truly inspire me, and I hope you guys are excited too!