Newport Beach, CA / 12.12.2016

Kit Coffee

Anybody who knows me knows I love coffee and coffee shops. They also know I’m incredibly good looking and probably the greatest lover on Earth. Maybe the greatest lover to have ever lived. You know what, let’s forget the review and just focus on how... Continue

Collingwood, Australia / 12.05.2016

Proud Mary

Proud Mary isn’t really in Melbourne proper. It’s nestled in a business district in nearby Collingwood, but it’s also super delicious and worth the trek out. Apparently they started out as one of the first cool warehouse style cafes in Melbourne, and now they’re a... Continue

Melbourne, Australia / 11.28.2016

The League of Honest Coffee

Honestly, I don’t remember a lot about The League of Honest Coffee. I spent my time in Melbourne googling the best coffee shops in the city, and this happened to be on the list. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you look at it), Melbourne... Continue

Melbourne, Australia / 11.22.2016

Chin Chin

Chin Chin is an immensely popular Thai restaurant in Melbourne, though calling it “immensely popular” is a bit of an understatement. TimeOut called it “Melbourne’s busiest restaurant“ and Broadsheet called it “the most successful restaurant Melbourne has ever seen.” I just know it as the... Continue

New South Wales, Australia / 11.16.2016

Flour And Stone

I hit up Flour and Stone based on a Travel + Leisure recommendation which also recommended ordering the lamington. Actually, every review I came across agreed they probably had the best lamingtons in Sydney and possibly Australia. Here’s the thing though: I don’t know what... Continue

Darlinghurst, Australia / 10.11.2016

Gelato Messina

Every city has their super popular gelato shop, and for Sydney it’s Gelato Messina. Their handmade gelato comes in dozens of flavors including poached figs in marsala, pear and rhubarb, dulce de leche, and coconut and lychee. I tried a few different flavors and they... Continue

Woolloomooloo, Australia / 10.06.2016

Harry’s Café de Wheels

Harry’s Cafe de Wheels is a meat pie cart that’s considered a Sydney icon and a local institution, even being included on the New South Wales National Trust register. They’re known for their Australian meat pies; most notably their Harry’s Tiger Pie, which is their... Continue

Surry Hills, Australia / 10.03.2016

Single Origin Roasters

There were an insane number of good coffee shops in Sydney, but Single Origin Roasters in Surry Hills was probably my favorite. It wasn’t just that the coffee and food were as fantastic as the atmosphere, it was– oh, wait, no, that’s exactly what it... Continue

Surry Hills, Australia / 09.28.2016

Bourke Street Bakery

Bourke Street Bakery is probably the most popular bakery in Sydney and, coincidentally, they’re located on Bourke St. What are the odds? Their most popular items are the pork and fennel sausage roll and the ginger creme brulee tart so you should probably order one... Continue

Sydney, Australia / 07.28.2016

Encasa Deli

I was looking for something quick and delicious while trekking towards Circular Quay and this place was pretty highly reviewed on Foursquare. Fun fact: “quay” is pronounced “key”. I didn’t know that, and assumed it was pronounced quay. You know, like the way it’s spelled.... Continue