Soul II soul is a bar I’ve been going to for years. Back when I used to live off the Gates stop, it was a place I went on my way home. I knew the the door man, Jimmy; I knew the owner, Easy, who would sit at the end
LP and Harmony has everything a good bar needs, and then some. Not only do they have a good jukebox, two nice pool tables and cheap booze, but they also have a backyard and poker tables. On Fridays poker is played throughout the day with a $40 buy in, and
Ayada has in its recipes what’s made wise men wise, foodies addicted to flavor, and probably what will cause my first ulcer. This place is so incredible it is literally mind-blowing. The shrimp papaya salad ($7.00) ordered spicier than Thai spicy will change your opinion on what can be experienced
Athom opened in the Bushwick / Bed-Stuy neighborhood about three years ago. It was the first spot in that neighborhood to have things like paninis, fresh baked croissants, good espresso and ingredients like roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, brie, etc. I must tell you, as a resident of that neighborhood
Today marks the 22nd day of the Wall St. occupation and, going there for the first time last Sunday, my third thought after watching a girl get her bike sawed in half by the cops for standing on the sidewalk with it was, ‘Where is the local pub where people
Now that the International Bar has closed its backyard for construction, I’ve been trying to find another dive in the East Village where I may be able to smoke my cigarettes and drink my whiskey and sodas leisurely. And luckily I found that dive only two blocks down 1st Ave.
It’s in situations like this I wonder what the point of writing is. I mean, that gap between understanding and the words that I’m writing is so vass! I will attempt to be as detailed and as clear as possible, but I know that I will never be able express