We all know that one place where we have visited many many times but it never gets old.

Crossing through the Brooklyn bridge is like getting a full tourist package, you get to walk around dumbo drooling over all the chic restaurants you pass by, stop thirty times on the bridge to try to take that perfect photo with no one on the background (which is almost impossible), but most importantly, you feel as you’ve shed a few pounds of fat once you get off the bridge!

It’s truly therapeutic.

I lost count on how many times I’ve walked through it, but each time I was excited for the ice cream shop right under the bridge.

Nothing beats good view, good friends and good ice cream!


Did you know that It was the very first steel-wire suspension bridge ever built?

1,600 feet from tower to tower, boasting the longest span in the world.

It connects Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River.

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We were starving by the time we arrived at Cafe Habana,

a highly recommended small Cuban-Mexican joint between east village and little italy.

Cozy, warm and smells delicious!

Somehow, Habana was filled with cute couples which caught us two single ladies a bit off guard.

But we soon buried our feelings in food!


Guys, promise me you’ll try these corns.

They’re perfectly covered in cheese and mayo, dusted with special spice.

Our favorite was the plantain chips with guac.

They somehow made it better than real fries, which is very impressive to hear from a loyal fries fan.

San went for burgers and I, of course, tacos for life.

Her burger was nicely grilled and filled with guac!

Mine came with side of yellow rice and black beens, all so tasty.

Do you also turn into a tomato when you drink?

It makes me feel so insecure and I would always avoid drinking much on a date.


do we recommend the place? Hell ya!

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