We want to visit… THIS NY COOKIE DOUGH CAFE
"Cup or cone?" is usually a question reserved for ice cream, but at DŌ, the world's first cookie dough cafe in Greenwich Village, New York, you order dough by the scoop.
Flavours range from classic chocolate chip to fluffernutter (peanut butter, chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff). It's been so popular since opening that they've shut down online orders.
During the early stages of development, the owner discovered a gluten intolerance, so all dietary requirements are catered for on the menu. cookiedonyc.com
Hand-painted vintage teacups by Los Angeles designer, Emily Hillburg. Photo: Supplied
We're obsessed with… FEMINIST TEA CUPS
Host a different kind of tea party with these sassy, hand-painted vintage teacups by Los Angeles designer, Emily Hillburg. No two are alike, whether you prefer the subtler "SLAY" messaging or something more along the lines of "FEMINIST AF".
There's also the odd anti-Trump statement and appropriation of rap lyrics. Sold through queenfordinner.com, they make the perfect gift for the woman who has everything – and drinks men's tears.
Atchara from Hoy Pinoy for Night Noodle Markets in Canberra. Photo: Supplied
We're eating… FILIPINO FOOD
A trend is brewing and we're calling it: Filipino food is the next big thing. Hoy Pinoy has been doing the rounds for a while now at events (next up, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival), while Filipino food trucks The Little Jeepney (Melbourne) and Mate Burger (Sydney) both started cruising last year.
The cuisine is even creeping into Sydney's hottest restaurants, including ACME's recently launched brunch menu. First-timers should try the real deal at Reynaldo's in North Melbourne or Sizzling Fillo in Lidcombe, Sydney – karaoke optional but recommended at the latter.