Nov 19, 2012

The Fat Radish

Yesterday, I had the perfect Sunday brunch at The Fat Radish. It was my first time there, and I fell head over heels for the table in the front of the restaurant. The rest of the restaurant was super charming as well, but the light at this table was unbeatable. It's completely separated from the rest of the restaurant, but it felt like eating at someone's kitchen table.

I was a bit unprepared for the awesomeness of this space and didn't have a "real" camera on me -- but I always remind myself the best camera is the one you have on you. So I'll let my iPhone take it away!


I am looking forward to a return visit!

20 comments :

  1. I've been meaning to try this restaurant for a few months now. This just increases my desire to go. That first photo is especially great.

    (Your iPhone photos are serving as an inspiration to me, as I just got one and am still figuring out how to take great, rather than okay, photos with it. I know you've mentioned Snapseed in the past, I'll have to remember to add that.)

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  2. These photos are beautiful, Alice! And if you hadn't said anything I totally would've just assumed they were on 35mm film, or with the Fuji X100.

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  3. Oh, it looks fantastic there - I have not been out for a good brunch in so long...

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  4. your iphone camera is still an excellent camera. :) hope you are well

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  5. These iPhone photos look incredible nonetheless. I can't remember if I've been here but the decor is splendid!

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  6. Next time I'm in New York, I'm having brunch there. It's just beautiful.

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  7. You had me at the name, "The Fat Radish" = winner!

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  8. Ooooh looks exactly like my kind of place. Gorgeous photos, as per usual.

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  9. Very nice pictures Alice. Loved the light and frames.

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  10. Hi Alice :) What a beautiful space and lovely shots! Would you mind telling me which app you used for the polaroid-like iphone shots?

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    1. Hi Julia -- these are from the ShakeIt app!

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  11. oooh another place to try out. And your shots are gorgeous. Iphone cameras rule.

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  12. Don't you hate it when you go somewhere lovely unprepared! Oh well, you're photos are still gorgeous!

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  13. Wow how gorgeous. For having used an iphone for these photos, they are pretty amazing!

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  14. Unbelievable photos, Alice. It's amazing what you create with an iPhone camera. Beautiful composition and a nice pop of colors.

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  15. wow- the only time I've been there was at night and the front area looked completely different! these photos are all so amazing too.

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  16. really adore your pictures taken with iphone, Alice. If you don't mind, any tips on how to process pictures through snapseed?

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