What Really Matters

Eating and drinking, of course! I know you’re all dying to know what I’ve been eating lately. The answer is: there haven’t been a lot of new places to share as I’ve been visiting old favorites, but here are a few great new locations for consuming calories.

Frank’s in Gyeongridan

This place is hidden in the back alleys of Gyeongridan and is known for its beautiful cakes, including a rainbow cake made from all-natural flavorings. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and every table was taken. We shared a slice of rainbow cake and it was delicious – light and just the right amount of sweetness.

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Here are a few more of their gorgeous cakes:img_5833

On our walk home, we saw a playground being built with this awesome bear structure:


Blacklist Bar in Itaewon:

Our neighbors invited us to go to the soft opening of a new bar in Itaewon called Blacklist, owned by the former bartender of Libertine. Chris Shin is an accomplished mixologist and I can tell we will be back to Blacklist many times. Here are a few of our drinks from that night:

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Brera Italian Restaurant:

I had been to Brera once before but just ordered an appetizer and wasn’t blown away. This time, a group of us went there for girls’ night and it was fabulous. I will definitely be returning soon! The first dish I ordered, a special, ended up being sold out, but I ended up with an excellent pasta dish with house-made sausage and broccoli that was perfect. The panna cotta I had for dessert was the best I’ve ever had!


Bread and Supply:

We found this restaurant outside Olympic Park (future blog entry on the way) and it was very good.

Warm croissants with balsamic & oil dipping sauce
Chicken flatbread
Very messy but tasty chicken salsa burger

0 Replies to “What Really Matters”

  1. Just finished Room. I loved the imaginary world the mother created for her son. Reminded me of Life is beautiful, where the father shields his son from the horror and makes the constrained world seem boundless.

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