Most of the days in Toronto we spent recuperating after the week long adventure in New York. I’m telling you, even though I’m five years younger, bar nights with those twins wears me out haha. We had late mornings in Daniel’s parents’ house, eating scrambled eggs straight out of the pan, petting their obese cat Lucy (<3) and driving just a few blocks to pick up some milk, my gazing at Daniel like a 16 year old about to lose her virginity. There is something insanely hot with men driving you around, don’t you think?
On a few occasions we made it out though.
One of them was to visit Sam James Coffee Bar. A skater who the twins know opened this beautiful spot to sell gorgeous coffee to all the punks of the city.It’s all tall ceilings, white walls and concrete. I wanted to kick all hipster dudes out of there and claim it as my private office space.<3 <3Instead we sat down on the stoop with Daniel’s friend, the very talented artist Virgil Baruchel. Do you remember when we visited him at his insane art studio? He told us about his exhibition at XXXX and about him showing his first drawings to Daniel back when they were riding the bus to their highschool and Daniel said that he should become an artist. Daniel is practising using my camera so I can be seen a bit more here haha. ”I want to help you become a super successful blogger!”He’s doing pretty well I’d say.Hanging out on a stoop makes one feel like the cool kidz in high school, which I never got to do! So if you were an uncool kid, go feel badass. Honestly the most gorgeous cafe I’ve been to (along with the AP Cafe in Bushwick, NYC)! Does anybody know of a similar one in London or Stockholm?