Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Uh-oh



And on the Web:

18 comments:

esquared said...

Fuck TONY. They're the one who is also responsible for that very group of people, since their subscribers are the yuppies, college kids, and bridge-and-tunnelers, no to mention the tourists, who has to resort to their publication on where to go/eat.

EV Grieve said...

Yes.

Kirby Carnegie said...

Well this is exactly what we all needed isn't it? Thanks TONY!

Jeremiah Moss said...

oh shit. i always knew i would soon no longer be able to enjoy [fill in the blank] bar, bookstore, cafe...etc...once it came out in TONY. ruination.

Bowery Boogie said...

good point, esquared. kiss all the local favorites goodbye.

Alex in NYC said...

I feel like Jim "Mosaic Man" Power should get some sorta compensation for that cover, no?

Jeremiah Moss said...

good point, alex. he could use it, too.

EV Grieve said...

I bravely flipped through the EV section...and elsewhere...and didn't see one mention of his name.

mason55 said...

Porchetta as a "Cheap Eat"

Artichoke's and McSorley's to avoid crowds?

Angel's Share is great but I thought this was supposed to be the "real" "gritty" EV

I'm just glad they didn't name any place I'm a regular at.

whoa i just saw that they have the freaking COOPER SQUARE HOTEL in an article about taking back the east village

EV Grieve said...

Hi Mason.

Yeah, huh? We were just talking about the Hairy Cooper being mentioned. Baffling.

Laura S. said...

They should have interviewed Jim Powers and had a slide show on his tile art. Now that would have be true street art.

Jeremiah Moss said...

you said Hairy Cooper!

EV Grieve said...

@Jeremiah.

Oops!

geoff matters said...

"Artichoke's and McSorley's to avoid crowds?"

They didn't really write that, did they? If they did, they meant it as satire, right?

EV Grieve said...

I'm with you Geoff. I can't figure it out... I hope they're not serious.

Jill said...

But standing in a long line for pricey AND mediocre pizza is sooo '80s grunge.

Anonymous said...

I've defended Time Out before.I can't now with this week.

Anonymous said...

every single one of us should write to them and tell them to give jim his dues. to contact the editors:

letters@timeoutny.com

i'm doing it right now.