The Blackbird, Edinburgh

For my birthday, Jon and I spent a night in Edinburgh. It was a place we'd both never visited before but we definitely want to again. Despite being super chilly (I wore two jumpers and a pair of tights under my jeans), we packed in as much as we could into our one night stay. We went on a ghost walk, drank some whiskey, sampled haggis - and loved it - and, of course, ate some breakfast.

CT Coffee & Coconuts, Amsterdam

I have found many wonderful things through Pinterest and CT β€’ Coffee & Coconuts is one of them. Housed in the Ceintuur Theatre, CT is a beautiful and spacious restaurant and the first place we ate breakfast on our Amsterdam trip. Coffee and Coconuts is conveniently located across the road from a tram stop and…

Ruby’s Cafe, Nolita, New York – Breakfast Club On Tour

During our time in New York we used a few different apps to help us get around and discover things we wouldn't have found without them. For figuring out the subway systems and how to get to A to B, Citymapper was a godsend, and for finding places to eat in all the different districts…

Tom’s (aka Monk’s, the Seinfeld diner) – Breakfast Club On Tour

Our trip to New York was also a Seinfeld Pilgrimage. If you've never watched an episode of Seinfeld, please stop reading this blog and treat yourself to one of the greatest television shows ever created and broadcast. We originally wanted to go on the Kramer Tour while in the Big Apple, but it wasn't running…

Ess-a-Bagel, Midtown, New York – Breakfast Club On Tour

In New York I learnt two things very quickly: 1) if there's a huge queue, its worth waiting for, and 2) New Yorkers are super helpful and cool, but terrifying.Β If you've ever seen the "Soup Nazi" episode of Seinfeld, it will give you a good idea of what ordering a bagel at Ess-a-Bagel is like,…