Tuesday, January 13, 2015

West Broughton Street.

 Downtown Savannah, Georgia is magical.

 All of the history mixed with the beautiful environment and fantastic food and shopping created a haven I never want to leave. Unfortunately, I don't have the financial stability to stay hidden in the Spanish Moss Oaks for ever, but I was able to spend a day (and a quarter) wandering the blocks.

 I have more than enough to talk about, but I am going to focus in on the two bestest places ever... yes, I said "bestest." These places are worth poor grammar to fully express how glorious they are.

The Paris Market and The Coffee Fox.


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 The Coffee Fox is just the cutest little place. From the moment I walked in the door, I felt at home. The environment is clean and unique; the baristas are knowledgeable and friendly; and the coffee is not terribly priced and absolutely delicious! It is basically everything I believe a coffee shop should be. I "liked" their Facebook page just so I can feel like I am a local who gets to go there all the time. Keep it up, Coffee Fox.




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 Oh, the Paris Market... It is a good thing I  am not a local because if I was, I would spend all of my money here. It is right across the street from the Coffee Fox, making the two a dangerous duo. Everything in this store, I want in my future home. They have a very rustic, vintage style, and though there are the pricier items, overall, their prices are pretty reasonable. In the back, they even have a little café with coffee and sweets. I tried a Macaroon, and it was indeed delicious.

 I contained my urge to buy all the stationary and nick-nacks and only bought two things in my two visits there. I bought a crème, hand knit beanie for just $12, and some fancy looking bubble bath. Timothy bought the soap version of the bubble bath for like ten bucks (smarter and cheaper way to go), and fell so in love with it, he checked online to purchase more. That is when we discovered they have an online store. Thankfully, they only have their more expensive items available for purchase, so I will not be visiting the site often, but it is quite nice to know they have that feature available.


 In conclusion, if you go anywhere downtown, go to West Broughton Street. Tell them Tiffany sent you.. Then you can watch them look at you in confusion as they wonder who the heck you are talking about. It will be great.



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