I woke up at 7:00 AM today, not particularly hungry, but I was told we were going to a cafe called The Rose Room for breakfast. To be quite honest, I don’t like breakfast at all, it makes me quite nauseous. I was kind of dreading this place, not because heard it was bad, but just because I don’t like breakfast. We arrived at the cafe and we were welcomed by the owners, a husband and wife duo who put their lives on the line to run this place. The cafe was incredibly vogue, the colors and art really added a lot to the overall aesthetic. I started to look at the menu to see if I wanted to eat anything and I found something i wanted to try, yogurt!
To my surprise, the yogurt tasted incredibly good and it didn’t make me feel sick. It had homemade apple sauce, granola, some type of nut, and coconut slices. This unexpected combo tasted amazing, 9/10.
Logees took my breath away when I walked inside of it, the whole time I was there I had a grin that I couldn’t shake. The atmosphere, smell, and scenery was an introduction into a world that I forgot about in this cold New England weather. It was incredibly refreshing to see plants and the color green.
The whole atmosphere was incredibly refreshing, I was personally in a creative slump. However, after walking around seeing new colors that I forgot about, smelling new aromas, and being one with nature; I suddenly became inspired once again. It really was an emotional experience, I honestly don’t know why it left such a big impact. I do know that I’ll be heading back and buying all the plants I can!
When I walked into The Heirloom cafe, I was greeted by a warm and rustic aesthetic that gave me a sense of belonging, it was comfortable. The staff also gave off this impression, they were all friendly and stayed on task.
One thing I really loved was the selection of food, I found things I really liked which I wasn’t expecting, and the drinks there were also fantastic! I walked away feeling much more healthy and somewhat satisfied. It was an amazing experience.
Overall, this is a great place to go, the food is fantastic, the staff is friendly, and the aesthetic is comforting. I highly recommend this place to one person only though, just because its a little expensive and kind of cramped. Regardless, its a wonderful to go to, 9/10.
Yesterday my group traveled to Worcester to learn about food photography, but instead we were immersed into a Mexican dining experience. We went to the restaurant Mezcal, and the first thing everyone noticed was the artwork on the walls and the Mexican themed printed seats. I personally don’t know much about Mexican culture, but the atmosphere makes me want to learn more. I ordered a chicken burrito, and I have to say, it was the most filling, juicy, and delicious burrito I’ve had. Overall, it was a great dining experience, the aesthetic was incredibly pleasing and the food itself was amazing. I highly recommend this restaurant, 8/10!