Back in may, I posted about a walk me + mum had to a former factory, back in april. After walking around and enjoying the building that once was a soup factory (and taking lots of pictures), we wanted to have a drink and a bite, so we visited First Things First. Just look at how wonderfully awesome this place is! This post is not sponsored, I just like to share and show some of the things going on, and places worth visiting in my hometown.
I opted for a cafe latte and (my first ever!) piece of red velvet cake. Mum choose a chocolate milk and apple crumble (made on the spot and served warm, yum!). A coffee roastery, named Blommers, is located in the same building. You can actually see the whole process of coffee roasting from your table!
We ran into critters of different sorts outside
Spotted some streetart on our way back home,
And a pretty door ;-)
First Things First is located at the Honigcomplex, Waalbandijk 14B in Nijmegen
Love the theme in there, so elegant! That piece of cake looks yummy! What a wonderful idea with those critters.ReplyDelete
A perfect ending with a perfect door!
This place looks so homey yet chic. Love. And Im digging those critters:DReplyDelete
Charming eatery! The heart in the coffee is a sweet touch. I love the little critters.ReplyDelete
A door? What a surprise! ;-) You always find such great details on your outings--you have a good eye for the unusual!ReplyDelete
Looks so good! That is a place I'd love to visit. We found a cool coffee shop and modern art gallery around the corner from where we've been staying. No cool milk art in our coffees, though!ReplyDelete
What a quaint place! I love the coffee with the heart and the critters are delightful! :)ReplyDelete
That place sounds so great! And now I want a warm apple crumble. :)ReplyDelete
I have mixed feelings about converted factories, they can turn out kind of creepy or really cool, and this one definitely falls in the latter category! Love the walls and all the details you captured!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a cool place! I love converted factories, one of my favourite gigs I ever played was in a converted factory and there was all this industrial broken conveyor belt stuff everywhere. It was weird but so awesome. That little critter in a bucket is cute as well! xReplyDelete
I saw you over at Beautiful Sunday and had to stop by for a visit. I love your details and your discoveries. I would notice and photograph an especially beautiful door too!ReplyDelete
I like the industrial chic look of the café and I bet the roasted coffee beans smell wonderful. I think I would pick the warm apple crumble :)ReplyDelete
I think I may go for the crumble too when we visit!Delete
Industrial look and minimalism are so in today! Even several branches of Starbucks in Manila are beginning to carry the industrial look.ReplyDelete
THe industrial look is a trend I really like. I also like that the items were built to last, the quality is often very good. Which may be different from things produced nowadays.Delete