Ever thought of what a food blogger's space would look like if it were crossed with a history buff’s pad?! Well, look no further! In the midst of the hustle and bustle of downtown Denver live food blogger Ashlae and her boyfriend Thom. Who would have thought that putting these two distinctly different personalities in an open concept loft would create such interior design perfection?
Sometimes I forget that egg whites are COMPLETELY WONDERFUL in cocktails. Don’t let me forget this again, okay?!
There are more than a few reasons to love Rittenhouse Tavern (251 S. 18th St.): the gorgeous Art Alliance dining room, Nick Elmi's intriguing and elegant places and this time of year, their lovely patio.
This weekend, we had two beautiful spring days: a little bit of chill in the air but sunshine and clear skies. To celebrate the return of outdoor weather, I wanted to make a lemonade. I found this Martha Stewart recipe for Lavender Lemonade and kicked it up a notch by adding in some Rhubarb Tea, a spirit made here in Philadelphia by the people at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (the same makers of Sage, Root, and Snap).
I really like the aesthetic and sensibility of Philadelphia’s Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.
About Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction:“Located in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, our flagship store joins the ranks of the long-standing architectural bastions of the Cradle of Liberty.
Heirloom Modern hit shelves today - and we're celebrating the birth next Thursday. If you're around NYC, please come by Anthropologie in Chelsea Market to say hello - and swig down a few Sage gimlets and Rhuby-champers cocktails fromArt in the Age Craft Spirits!