Food in Atlanta

Food

ATLfoodWent to Atlanta this summer and loved it! Such a green beautiful place. I can not believe I had not gone any sooner. They have amazing spots to eat at by the way. Here are 2 places I went too while I was there for the weekend…

Flip Burger Boutique https://flipburgerboutique.com

I had this amazing burger called Southern burger, it was the special for the night. It had collard greens and fried onions, so delish! I can still taste it. After that massive burger I went for a milk shake. I went on the trip with my sisters so we all picked something different to be able to share.

We had milkshakes for dessert and oh my geesh they were awesome! Pictured are the captain crunch milkshake. Yes, Captain Crunch and the incredible smores milkshake. Both great and very different.

Sunday for Brunch we encountered http://www.highlandbakery.com.

The cutest town and bakery I’d ever seen! All the items on the menu sounded very tempting. This was my sisters breakfast. Unfortunately, I was too much of a fat butt to even bother taking a picture of my delicious and heavenly pumpkin pancakes.

If you’re around the area, go go go to these two spots!

XO, Giovanna

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Easter Baskets

DIY

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A bit too late but, hope everyone had a fantastic Easter Sunday with family and friends… thats all it is about… appreciating our loved ones everyday.

These Easter baskets belong to my son and godson…. Not much DIY here but the ribbon, bows, and personification.

I bought the standard baskets at Target, looked in my craft office and used some left over ribbon to personalize the baskets. I had cardboard paper letters and hot glued those one. My sons is on the ribbon and I added my godsons to the bow.

There’s always a way to make a gift unique with simple touches. Both gifts were budget friendly, I always make sure that for Easter I get the kids 1-2 small toys and the rest is things they need or books. And of course the sweets!

XO Giovanna