Outfit: Hat; Those Girls Are Wild, Jacket; John Galt, Crop Top; Necessary Clothing, High Waisted Jeans; Necessary Clothing, Bag; Aldo
After a bit of walking around and sightseeing, we stopped to eat at this restaurant Giovanna's. It's a little Italian restaurant (obviously) and at first, my friends and I were a little skeptical ... but it turned out to be the best decision. I LOVED the food. I ordered the Chicken Francese and it was amazing. My friends and I also swapped dishes, so that we could all experience every meal. The Gnocci was my favorite and there was also a pesto pasta that was divine! The portion wasn't too big, as we went for the lunch special, yet it was still enough to satisfy. If ever you're in Little Italy, I would definitely recommend this place.
After lunch, we went for dessert at another spot, only a few blocks away called Cafe Palermo. They are best known for their cannolis (an Italian/Sicilian dessert in the shape of a little tube, filled with a sweet cream). I ordered one cannoli and a cappuccino. The dessert was really good, but I was most impressed with the cappuccino. If you know me, then you know that I love coffee and I especially love when the person making my coffee does so EXACTLY how I want it. Overall, I was pretty impressed with Cafe Palermo.