MarieBelle Chocolate’s Cacao Bar

When you pass by MarieBelle New York in Tribeca, the scent of cocoa and vanilla fills the air.  The has been a staple in NYC for the past year. The company was founded by the ever charming, MarieBelle Lieberman.  She’s known as the Empress of Chocolate, but I like to think of her as the “Bruja of Chocolate”. The world […]

Citrico Brooklyn: Real. Good. Mexican

Share This: When I moved to NYC years ago, everyone made fun of the subpar Mexican food. Somewhere along the way, the city went from Mexican fine dining to “meh”. In the past few years, there has been an influx of Mexican people who have decided to NYC home. That means that Mexican grub as gotten so much better.  I’m […]

Eating Through Ithaca, New York

Years ago when I was thinking about colleges, I found out about a town in New York called Ithaca. It may seem strange that a girl from Houston who had never spent time around snow would pick a random town in New York. However, I had my eye on Ithaca College which is known for their theater program not to […]

Champagne Charles Heidsieck Dinner at Rotisserie Georgette Featuring NV Blanc de Blancs and the 2004 Blanc des Millénaires

Champagne Charles Heidsieck is the perfect wine for modern quaintrelles and dandies. The bubbly was created by the dandy and entrepreneur, Charles Heidsieck, in the 19th century when he was  only 29 years old. His goal was to create a Champagne house that was more adventurous and unique. The goal was attained and he became known as “Champagne Charlie”. After […]