Exploring Historic Downtown Northport


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top: Tory Burch, similar // jeans: DL 1961 // flats: Sole Society // purse: Louis Vuitton // sunglasses: Ray-Ban // hoops: Nordstrom // ring: David Yurman // bracelet: Hermes and Kendra Scott // lips: Bite Beauty

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Y’all I had the best day ever with my food blogging friend, Fast Foodie US. We took a break from school yesterday and pretended like it didn’t exist and explored Historic Downtown Northport. I have been to Northport plenty of times to eat at one of my favorite places, City Cafe but Parker (Fast Foodie US) had never, until yesterday. So, why not take her there for some great food, giggles and blogging. City Cafe is the place you go to when you want some good ole southern cooking plus it’s quick and the portions are huge. My meal was under $8 and you should of seen the amount of food I got. After lunch we went to Mary’s Cakes & Pastries which is tucked away behind the main street, it was adorable and smelled like a little slice of heaven. We each had a cupcake shot, I got plain Vanilla and Parker got coconut, both so yummy! We strolled some more and came across a fun spot to take pictures, obviously y’all saw above. We also stopped in some antique stores and stopped into a boutique where I got the cutest pair of wedges for $15…kid you not! The best part…they now have a salon called the The Beauty Bar..they do blow outs for $15..you know where to find me!

If you want more food details you’re going to have to check out Fast Foodie US

xx,

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