About Tanya
Tanya Pedra, photographer and graphic designer currently based in New York. Sometimes dreaming about Mexico and Spain. I develop my personal and commissioned work in photography, graphic design and art direction.
https://tanyapedra.com
Current city: New York
Other cities: BarcelonaMexico City
Tanya Pedra, photographer and graphic designer currently based in New York. Sometimes dreaming about Mexico and Spain. I develop my personal and commissioned work in photography, graphic design and art direction.
 
Simply, the best ice cream in New York.
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Little skips is my place when I need to refill my energy with some morning sunlight. The big windows facing the street let all the light in while you can drink some coffee. My favorite thing to eat is the grilled cheese sandwich with some avocado. Out of rush hours or weekend mornings, it's a pretty good space to take your laptop and get some work done.
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The couch area near the fireplace is probably the best one in the restaurant. Amazing for long talks and good breakfast.
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In Gracia neighborhood, you can find this intimate restaurant. For a closer experience, sit at the bar and get the lunch special.
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Dumplings + Tapas = Love
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Argentina
Austria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Colombia
Croatia
Czechia
Ecuador
Finland
Georgia
Hong Kong
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Latvia
Lithuania
Malta
Morocco
New Zealand
Pakistan
Panama
Philippines
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Romania
Serbia
Singapore
Slovenia
South Africa
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Thailand
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
Uruguay