A Day in the Life of a NYC Plant-Lover
Featuring three destinations from photographer Davina Tan of @heydavina.
Updated Apr 27, 2021 10:05 AM
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Leave it to Brooklyn-based photographer Davina Tan of @heydavina to inspire serious wanderlust… for the city we currently reside in. For that reason, her feed is our go-to place to discover exciting new spots, from restaurants with delicious food and on-point interiors to shops with the perfect storefronts. When Tan took over our Instagram last weekend, she fulfilled a special request for the best cozy, plant-filled interiors. Because, winter. Keep reading for three spots every plant-lover needs to pay a visit to.
Stop 1: Bellocq Tea Atelier
Tea dates are the new coffee dates, right? Grab your girlfriends or S/O to stake out a corner at Bellocq Tea Atelier in Greenpoint. Stop by to try a new blend, and stay for the blush seating and lush greenery.
Stop 2: Other Times Vintage
If you haven’t done a design crawl across Brooklyn, you’re missing out. Block off time over an upcoming weekend to meander through Bushwick, Williamsburg, and Greenpoint to dive into many expertly-curated vintage shops. We’re adding Other Times Vintage to our next tour, thanks to Tan. Yes, we’re planning on picking up a new plant.
Stop 3: Palma
This dreamy West Village Italian eatery is quickly moving to the top of our list. The traditional, family style menu is the definition of winter comfort food, and like Tan said, the owner does all the floral arrangements that creates the covetable garden-like vibes. We’re sold.
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