Weekend Reads: 04.12.13

Saint James Paris

Photo from our stay at Saint James in Paris!

If this NYT article by the Lee Brothers (and the accompanying photos by Peter Frank Edwards) doesn’t inspire you to plan a food-themed trip to Charleston, I’m not sure what will. We recently picked up the brothers’ new cookbook, The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen, so I was also excited to come across this interview with them on the Martha Stewart Living blog this week as well.

Kristin of Meanderly shared some of her go-to spots in Washington D.C. for eating & drinking.

I’ll never grow tired of looking at Jamie Beck’s photographs, especially those from her travels. She recently spent some time in Paris where she stayed at Saint James, one of the two hotels we visited during our summer trip to Paris last year!

Have you seen this lovely film, The Quiet City, by Andrew Julian yet? Carin of Paris in Four Months shared it on her equally beautiful blog about her life in Paris.

Thanks to A Continuous Lean, I have now found the world’s coolest luggage tags – from Tanner Goods.

Last week I shared The Fresh Exchange’s list of Raleigh restaurants to try, and this week I’m digging their round-up from a recent trip they took to New York. Thanks to Megan and Mike, I’m moving The Butcher’s Daughter to the tip top of my must-try list when I’m in New York for Alt this summer!

My interest was piqued when I saw Blooming Hill farm on travels with clara this week and mapped its location, as we drive awfully close by when we’re making the regular trek down to North Carolina from Maine. Lunch on a farm would be a much better alternative than the usual Panera run, don’t you think?

In a perfect world, I would be spending two weeks this summer lounging about at this Italian farmhouse featured on dustjacket attic.

Happy weekend!

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