During winter season we usually have this routine on weekends where we pick a place we would like to eat (not a bad routine, isn’t it?) and then plan around the location of our choice. The plan is usually not big at all, it just involves walking around or going back home just wandering and looking more carefully at things rather than we are able to do during weekdays.
This is also fun because wandering is where you usually find the most perfect photo spots (for outfit-ish sessions or for The cat in love engagement sessions), but that’s not our case today, I will just show you how a simple weekend date for us is!
We started Sunday craving for Peruvian food which is not weird at all (are we too tiresome with our obsession?) and remembered a restaurant we don’t visit often (but we love) named Ceviche 103. We called, they had a free table, so that was a done deal! We located it on the map and decided that we could walk to it, since it was around 20 minutes from home and then from there, go to our favorite pedestrian street, Enric Granados (see it here) to wander around.
With full bellies we walked towards Enric Granados to almost immediately stumble upon Cup and cake, which was a mandatory stop: Dani and coffee are inseparable companions, I even should be jealous, ha!
Cup and Cake is a famous coffee shop in Barcelona with lots of american sweets such as red velvet cake, cheesecake or cupcakes (the name is certainly a good clue!). I was too full to succumb to a red velvet slice but an orange juice is always appreciated. I usually would go for a chai latte if I was for instance at Cosmo (another coffee shop in the same street), but I don’t like theirs a lot (it is infused directly in the hot milk with a tea bag and it ends up being not that tasty), so juice for me!
How do your weekends look like? Do you usually plan a food date and then the rest, or are we too obsessed with food? We are going to have a rather unusual weekend as we have a wedding on Sunday, so, not lot of food to be consumed (for us, photographers, ha!) but lots of love all around to feed us!