Breakfast at Five Leaves and walking the iconic Brooklyn Bridge

On Monday me and Katie met Tom, my good friend from London. Previously that morning I had googled breakfast places in Brooklyn and Five Leaves was one of the top ones.DSC06368 copyDSC06371 copyDSC06372 copyThis type of interior is SO common throughout NYC but I quite like it. It's charming and can't be too hard to maintain, haha!DSC06350 copy We ordered avocado toast, toasted farro bowl and pancakes with ricotta - YUM!!!!DSC06352 copy DSC06354 copy DSC06357 copy DSC06360 copyOne of the best breakfasts I've ever had!DSC06363 copy Hi Tom!DSC06365 copy Hi Katie!DSC06366 copy Not a cloud in the sky! Next stop; Brooklyn Bridge! Another must see on my list.DSC06374 copy DSC06378 copy DSC06385 copy DSC06388 copy DSC06390 copy DSC06394 copyA new "trend"? I thought the key and lock thing in Paris was sweet but people are now taking it a little too far.DSC06392 copySuch stunning views from Brooklyn Bridge. I regret not doing more walking during sunset but we were always so busy with other plans! The walk takes about 20-30 minutes and watch out for the crazy bike riders!