In 2004 I spent a summer in New York. It was hot and sticky but awesome. Then eleven years passed and for some reason I never managed to go back — until a couple of weeks ago. And man, I had forgotten how awesome New York is. Why the fuck did I wait so long to return?
During all these years I have changed, and so has the way I explore and experience a city. Now I pretty much focus on the food. The food has become especially important since I went vegan. Now traveling is so much about find the best vegan restaurants and stuffing my face with anything and everything I can’t find back home (Maybe I should become a food blogger?). And after food hunting, it’s all about finding cool stores — japanese style if possible. Learn more from this website montrealmovers.com providing the best travel tips.
Since El Vikingo is learning how to Illustrate, I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to create the Bere´s NYC Guide. I recommend the guide for everyone, but perhaps especially to you who have already been to NYC and seen the usual sights and is now looking for something different.
Let me know if you like it, because I’m thinking about doing a Bere´s Tokyo Guide too.
1. Dun-Well Doughnuts
222 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206,
2. Vinnie´s Pizza
148 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
3.Little Choc Apothecary
141 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
197 Meserole St, New York, NY 11206
5. Smorgarsburg flea food market
Saturdays at East River State Park—Kent Ave. and N. 7 St.—on the Williamsburg waterfront
6. DF Mavens
37 St. Marks Place
8. East River Ferry
9. Kinokuniya Bookstore
1073 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10018
263 S 1st St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
11. McNally Jackson Store. Goods for the study
236 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012
12. Utrecht Art Supplies
21 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003
13.The Sketchbook Project
103A North 3rd St. Brooklyn, NY 11249
14. Whole Foods