I Splurged at La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park and It Wasn’t Worth It

I Splurged at La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park and It Wasn’t Worth It

This post is all about dining at La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park in New York.

La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park

There are two things I rarely regret splurging on; food and travel. However, my dining experience at the La Pecora Bianca in Bryant Park left me unsatisfied and broke.

After recently moving to the big apple, I was excited to have my first girl’s night out.

We chose to dine at La Pecora Bianca because it’s super cute and well, pasta and wine are always a great way to start out the night.

La Pecora Bianca in Bryant Park Dining Experience

Our reservations were at 8:15. After checking in, we were informed our table wasn’t quite ready yet but would be momentarily. Around 8:40 we thought that maybe they had forgotten about us.

We checked in again and asked if could get a glass of wine while we continued to wait, and the host just pointed us to the bar. Not to be a total Karen, but we definitely thought that after waiting an additional 20 minutes with no word from the host, we at the very least would receive a complimentary glass of wine while we wait.

Finally, we got our table at 8:50, over 30 minutes past our reservation time.

Drinks and Appetizers

Our server greeted us promptly and answered any questions we had.

I ordered the Whipped Ricotta and a glass of the Pinot Grigio.

Our appetizer and wine arrived quickly.

The whipped ricotta was drizzled with honey and served with thick bread. All the flavor combinations complimented each other really nicely.

Pasta Entree

Next was the Cacio e Pepe. I definitely have had better pasta. I was torn between ordering the Cacio e Pepe and Ricotta and wished I would’ve gone with the latter.

The Bill

Total, my portion of the bill was $78 which included two glasses of wine, half an appetizer, pasta, tax, and tip.

While this is by no means a bad restaurant, I don’t feel like it was worth $80.

Is La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park Actually Worth a Visit?

It’s a safe option if you are looking for a cute restaurant in a good location. However, don’t prepare to receive the best meal and service of your life.

There are certainly better restaurants in New York, but it can serve as a convenient dining option if that’s what you’re looking for.

Overall, I consider La Pecora Bianca in Bryant Park basic and expensive.

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29 Stunning Photos of Paros Greece

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19 Trendy Outfits for Greece That Will Make You Feel Like You’re in a Mamma Mia Movie

19 Trendy Outfits for Greece That Will Make You Feel Like You’re in a Mamma Mia Movie

This post is all about outfits for Greece.

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Planning a trip to Greece?

Greece is one of those places that I can’t ever seem to stay away from. I’ve spent months hopping around the Greek islands and exploring the ancient sites of Athens.

At this point, I’d consider myself an expert on Greece travel. If you’re looking for the perfect outfits for Greece, there are a couple of things you’ll want to consider.

Comfort should be the number one priority. You’ll be walking a ton and if you’re going any time between April – October, it’s going to be pretty warm. Summertime can be scorching hot!

However, it’s no secret that if you’re galavanting around the Greek islands, you’ll want to look cute. Light and airy clothing and a comfy pair of sandals are going to be your lifeline.

Here is a list of 19 trendy outfits for Greece that I’ve carefully curated for a traveler who wants to be comfy and stylish during their epic Greece vacay.

If you’re still in the process of planning your trip to Greece, check out my Greece travel guides to Ios island, Athens, or my favorite places in Greece.

19 Trendy Outfits for Greece

1. Santorini Sweetheart

This blue and white combo will match the iconic bright blue and white Santorini churches. Dress this for the day or night, whether you’re exploring bookshops in the Chora or eating a fancy dinner on a hilltop.

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2. I Belong on a Yacht

A timeless Greek Island look that will never be out of style. This simple long white button-down dress paired with adorable woven accessories gives off chic vibes without the fuss.

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3. Stylish Beach Bum

Look your best for a beach day on the Greek Islands with a basic white swimsuit paired with a cute cover-up and a statement woven purse.

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4. Blue Lagoon

Match the Greek scene with a blue and white maxi dress and a fun pair of white fringe earrings,

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5. Mamma Mia

When the girl next door goes abroad. This is the perfect outfit for Greece if you’re looking for something adventurous and trendy.

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6. Island Wanderer

Look glamorous with this bright-colored flowy skirt and a simple white crop top.

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7. The Influencer

Get the effortlessly stylish “Instagram look” with this gorgeous long white maxi dress and a wide brim hat.

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8. Mykonos Party Girl

Take down the town in this killer mini dress. Perfect for those hot summer days or endless nights partying on the beach.

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9. Honeymooners

This long maxi dress is for the romantics. Light, airy, and stylish makes for a great island dress.

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10. Classic White Beach Dress

You can’t go wrong with a classic white dress and a cute hat.

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11. Boho Bad Girl

Hit the beach or party with this edgy bohemian bad girl fit! Not only is it stylish, but the pants look SO comfy.

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12. Catch me in Crete

Dance through the narrow island alleys with this stunning two-piece set.

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13. Polka Dot Darling

We know blue and white is the ultimate look for a perfect Greece outfit. Keep cool and comfy in the island heat with a light strappy mini dress and a white pair of sneakers.

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14. Vintage Vibes

Sometimes the old and simple looks are the most eye-catching! This white one-piece swimsuit with oversized funky sunglasses is such an iconic look.

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15. The Chanel

Hit Greece with a bit of class with a lovely black maxi dress. Pair this dress with gorgeous sandals and a little gold necklace.

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16. Little Miss Athena

Look like a modern-day Goddess in this polka-dot set! The bright colors make for the perfect Greece outfit to dance the night away in a taverna.

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17. Beach Party Girl

A dress you can party the night away in! Light, flowy, and easy to wear is the kind of Greece party dress you need.

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18. The Donna

We all know that Donna from Mamma Mia would totally be styling this fit! How cute is the yellow tie dress with the knotted headband?

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19. Miss me in Milos

A simple elegant evening dress is just the thing you need for a night full of wine and dancing.

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9 Restaurants in Cappadocia That Will Stun Your Taste Buds

9 Restaurants in Cappadocia That Will Stun Your Taste Buds

This post is all about the best Restaurants in Cappadocia, specifically in Goreme.

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Looking for the best restaurants in Cappadocia?

To my surprise, Cappadocia had some of the tastiest food I’ve ever had while traveling.

Most of the restaurants in Cappadocia are owned by families who cook the food and serve you. Not only are the restaurants in Cappadocia family-owned, but many of them also use locally sourced ingredients.

I felt like I never knew what real meat and vegetables tasted like until I came to Cappadocia. Truly, I was blown away by the Turkish cuisine in such a touristy destination.

Here are some of the best restaurants in Cappadocia that will absolutely stun your tastebuds.

Planning your trip to Cappadocia?

Don’t forget to download the Ultimate Cappadocia Checklist for your trip.

Also, check out my post, 15 Things to do in Goreme Cappadocia.

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1. Pumpkin Goreme Restaurant

Pumpkin Restaurant in Goreme is not just any ordinary restaurant, it’s a culinary experience.

Per the chef/owner’s recommendation, we ordered the Organic Chicken entree and Clay Pot Kebab. Both were so delicious.

The Organic Chicken was the freshest I’ve ever had and the Clay Pot Kebab was tender and had an impressive presentation.

The homemade pistachio baklava is a must-try along with the vanilla ice cream.

Pumpkin is my favorite restaurant in Goreme. Be sure to make reservations in advance.

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2. Old Cappadocia

Old Cappadocia is right in the center of Goreme and it’s quite big, so you don’t really need reservations (at least we didn’t.)

At first, I was skeptical because it seemed so commercialized. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how delicious the food was.

Old Cappadocia is easy, no-frills, affordable, and so tasty.

3. CANCAN Cafe and Restaurant

A seemingly insignificant building that holds big flavor. We were greeted by the owner who served us lentil soup, potatoes, and bread all as a complimentary appetizer.

We also ordered Cheese Sigars (crispy cheese rolls).

After our entrees arrived we were served complimentary apricot tea.

While CanCan is in the least touristy part of Goreme, it was certainly worth walking 10 minutes outside the city center.

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4. King’s Coffee Shop

An everyday stop in Cappadocia! Treat yourself to a cappuccino and cake.

Inside this cozy coffee shop, you’ll be greeted by the kindest cafe owners and old Hollywood tunes playing all day long.

Kings Coffee Shop in Goreme

5. Topdeck

Enjoy a romantic dinner in a stylish cave setting. We ordered the dinner meze platter which was perfect for trying different Turkish flavors.

Be sure to make reservations for Topdeck in advance.

6. Cappadocian Cuisine

Famous for their casseroles and clay pots.

Cappadocian Cuisine offers the best kind of steaming hot comfort food, especially on a chilly night.

Reservations are highly recommended for this popular spot.

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7. Inci Cave Restaurant

We stopped by Inci Cave Restaurant for lunch and split a delicious meze platter. The restaurant is beautifully decorated offering indoor and outdoor seating.

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8. Organic Wine House

Visiting Cappadocia in November, there weren’t many nightlife options.

However, Organic Wine House offers wine tastings, wood-burning fires, and a decked-out patio area that overlooks Goreme.

It’s a great spot to enjoy an after-dinner glass of wine.

9. Turkish Ravioli

Turkish Ravioli is a traditional Turkish dish that has small dumplings filled with minced meat and mixed in red sauce and yogurt.

The restaurant, Turkish Ravioli, specializes in this famous Turkish dish.

If it doesn’t sound like your type of dish, they have an expansive menu with a variety of other entrees.

Although I recommend trying the ravioli at least once when you’re in Turkey.

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Cappadocia is bursting with authentic Turkish flavors.

After eating my way through Turkey for three weeks, Cappadocia undoubtedly has some of the best food in Turkey.

Be sure to make reservations at most of the restaurants on this list so you don’t miss out!

40+ Photos of Ukraine That Will Make You Fall in Love With the Country

40+ Photos of Ukraine That Will Make You Fall in Love With the Country

This post is all about photos of Ukraine.

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As I am writing this post it is February 2022 and Russia is invading Ukraine.

Lately, I haven’t felt inspired to write about anything. I’m so crushed by what is happening and the potential fate of a country I love so dearly.

I feel incredibly fortunate to have traveled to Ukraine just months before the invasion.

What I didn’t know at the time is this would be the last glimpse of normality for Ukraine, the country would never be the same.

During my weeks in Ukraine, I remember noticing how prideful Ukrainians were. They had a heavy past, and they knew it. But they were proud of their scars and they weren’t going to let anyone take them away.

I have faith that Ukraine will fight and defend their beautiful country with everything they have.

To show that I #standwithUkraine here are 46 photos of Ukraine that will make you fall in love with it.

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Lviv, Ukraine. Rynok Market Square.
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St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery
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Podil Neighborhood – Kyiv Ukraine
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Awaiting the Aftermath

After Ukraine kicks Russia’s butt, I hope these photos will inspire you to visit Ukraine (especially because Ukraine’s economy will need to bounce back from this!)

Check out my other posts on Ukraine here and download the Ultimate Kiev Checklist

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15 Bucket List Cappadocia Things to do in Goreme

15 Bucket List Cappadocia Things to do in Goreme

This post is all about things to do in Goreme Cappadocia Turkey.

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Planning a trip to Goreme?

Prepare to experience the most magical place in the world. Imagine waking up every morning to a rooftop breakfast buffet and bright colorful hot air balloons soaring across the sky.

Friendly dogs roam around town as they please, in and out of stores and restaurants for their daily food allowance.

Booth workers holler and sing jingles to sell you a bit of Turkish ice cream.

This is Goreme. A town that would seem only to exist in a fairy tale or Disney movie, thrives in central Turkey.

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Here are 15 Bucket List Things to do in Goreme

When I was planning my trip to Goreme, I was quite surprised by how few travel guides existed. I found myself scouring the internet for things to do in Goreme that were beyond the obvious.

Here are 15 Cappadocia things to do in Goreme that you can’t leave without doing.

1. Sit on a Hotel Rooftop

While it might be difficult to wake up early as you’re sleeping deeply in your cave room, watching the hot air balloons take off on your hotel rooftop as you eat a lavish breakfast is the best way to start your mornings in Goreme.

Most of the boutique hotels in Goreme have elaborately decorated rooftops that offer stunning views of Goreme, with or without the balloons!

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things to do in Goreme Cappadocia

2. Sleep in a Cave Hotel

Cave hotels in Cappadocia totally live up to the hype. You’ll sleep like a baby! Not to mention they are beautiful and offer a truly unique hotel experience.

I stayed at Antique Terrace Suites.

Looking for the perfect Cave Hotel in Cappadocia? Check out my post Hotels in Cappadocia for Your Budget.

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3. Hike Rose Valley

Just a short walk or drive from the center of Goreme is the Rose Valley hike. It’s a perfect half-day hike to explore the depths of Cappadocia’s unique landscape and fairy chimneys.

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4. Go Inside a Rug Shop

You may have seen the iconic photos on Instagram of the interior of rug shops in Turkey. As you walk inside your eyes are greeted with vibrant colors of rugs all throughout the store.

Just so you know, most shop owners nowadays require you to pay to take photos inside.

5. Ride in a Hot Air Balloon

Obviously, this is THE thing to do in Cappadocia!

I was afraid the balloon rides would be too touristy for my taste, but I was so wrong. It was one of the coolest moments to experience and it was absolutely worth every penny.

I booked with Butterfly Balloons and had a spectacular experience. The exact balloon tour I booked is here.

Below you can find a list of the top 3 Hot Air Balloon Tours in Goreme. Butterfly, Royal, and Turquaz consistently provide the best balloon experiences.

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6. Have a Drink At Organic Wine House

If you’re looking for a bit of “nightlife” check out Organic Wine House. It’s a sit-down chic bar with wood fires and wine tastings.

I was traveling during the off-season so there weren’t a lot of options for nightlife (it might be different in the summer). Organic Wine House was a nice chill spot for a late-night glass of wine.

7. Watch the Balloons Take Off

I know what you’re thinking.. “You want me to watch the balloons on a rooftop, ride in the balloons, and then watch them at their launch sight?” And the answer is YES!

The great thing about the balloons in Cappadocia is they simply don’t get old.

Unfortunately on your day of take-off, it can be tricky navigating how to watch the balloons launch. People will pay extra to be on first flights, and they are missing out because they miss the launch off (since they are already in the balloons).

The second flight is the way to go because you get to watch the balloons light up as they launch. Also, you will get spectacular photos.

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8. Take a Turkish Bath

Formal bathing is a big part of Turkish culture. Schedule a traditional Hammam at Kelebek Hamam in Goreme or book a mud cave experience tour here.

9. Have Dinner At Pumpkin Restaurant

After eating at dozens of restaurants in my 1-week stay in Goreme, I can confirm that Pumpkin is the best restaurant in Cappadocia.

Even during the off-season, you won’t get in without a reservation.

Check out my Cappadocia food guide here.

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10. Goreme Open Air Museum

The open-air museum in Goreme offers a look up close at the beautiful fairy chimneys and historic churches cut into the volcanic rocks.

The entrance fee is 100 Turkish Lira which is about $7 USD.

11. Have Coffee At Kings

I’m embarrassed to say that I went to Kings Coffee Shop every day during my time in Goreme.

The cozy atmosphere, specialty coffees, and delicious desserts made it impossible to stay away.

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12. Play With ALL the Dogs!

Stray dogs are one of the worst parts of traveling. You see them, and you can’t really help, at least not long term.

Cappadocia is filled with dogs. They are literally everywhere! The nice thing is though, the stray dogs of Goreme are clearly taken care of.

They are all well-fed, the tourists play with them, and we even saw some that had recent signs of vet treatment. You might even see them sleeping inside a restaurant or cafe.

These puppies were not strays and belonged to the owners of my hotel, aren’t they adorable!?

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13. Drink Tea

It’s impossible to leave Turkey without drinking tea. Typically after dinner, you’ll receive a complimentary cup of tea.

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14. Walk Around Goreme

Goreme is small so you will likely walk around town a few times. It’s fun to go into the different shops or eat Turkish ice cream in the town center.

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15. Eat Turkish Baklava

The Turks take baklava to a whole new level! Featuring grounded pistachios, Turkish Baklava is a must-try in Cappadocia.

Turkish Baklava at Pumpkin Restaurant in Goreme Cappadocia

After reading this list I hope you have some ideas of what you’d like to do during your once-in-a-lifetime trip to Cappadocia.

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Is the MOCAK Museum in Krakow Really Worth a Visit?

Is the MOCAK Museum in Krakow Really Worth a Visit?

This post is all about the MOCAK Museum in Krakow.

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MOCAK

MOCAK is the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow.

Opened in 2011, MOCAK prides itself on displaying pieces that have an emphasis on post-war avant-garde and conceptual art.

I know what you’re thinking.. Krakow is one of the most important and historical cities in Europe. Do you really want to spend your time in a contemporary art museum?

Honestly, YES! This was one of my favorite experiences in Krakow and I think it is well worth the visit.

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How to Plan Your Trip to MOCAK

The museum is right next to the Oskar Schindler Enamel Factory.

So, it makes the perfect day for exploring both the contemporary art museum and the Oskar Schindler factory.

Set aside about 2-3 hours to explore each museum.

Hours

Tuesday – Thursday 11 am – 7 pm

Friday 11 am – 8 pm

Saturday – Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm

Monday – closed

Address

Lipowa 4, 30-702 Kraków, Poland

Tickets

You can book your tickets in person or online here.

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Art With an Edge on Humanity

What I really loved about the art at MOCAK is it seamlessly blended visual arts, the digital age, and feelings of humanity.

Along with the “digital art age” very much being a present theme, there was also a lot of focus on feminine art as well – specifically beauty of women aging.

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MOCAK is Worth Your Time in Krakow

Overall I was engaged and inspired throughout my time in the MOCAK museum.

I appreciated the specific themes it strived to represent and the relevancy of connecting art with modern topics and the digital age.

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