The Brownsville Butcher & Pantry is such a great little Vermont general store.
Sabu wanted to experience elegance so we headed over to the Augustus Saint-Gaudens National Historic site and landed around sunset. It was elegant.
I took the 2 out to the Brooklyn Museum because I wanted to see their show dedicated to French street artist JR. I had the great luck to visit on a day that the Brooklyn Symphony was performing a popup concert in the galleries.
Brooklyn Museum Things To Know
- The Brooklyn Museum is super easy to get and the subway station for it is litterally in front of the building.
- The price is actually a suggested donation and they allow you to pay what you wish. I paid full price because I’m bougie.
- The museum is a maze and I didn’t make it to the exibit on the 5th floor because I couldn’t find an elevator or staircase that would take me up to it.
- I didn’t use the coat check which was stupid because I nearly died from walking around in my jacket.
On our way to Brooklyn to be elegant, Sabu and I stopped at the Westpoint Foundary in Cold Springs, NY for a promenade and bathroom break. The views of the Hudson River are amazing and the easy access to stabilized ruins made it more than just a bathroom stop. I would return here again.
I have spent a lot of money and made a lot of mistakes visiting New York City and I’m writing this blog post so you don’t make the same ones.