Friday, July 24, 2015

EV Grieve Etc.: the Polish delights at G.I. Deli; new evening options at Jennifer Cafe

[Photo on 2nd Avenue by Derek Berg]

The Polish delights at G.I. Deli on First Avenue (The Village Voice)

A Fuku-Superiority Burger comparison (The Observer)

A look at Via Della Pace Pizza on St. Mark's Place (Eater)

East Village resident Lilly O’Donnell recalls a summer romance (The Washington Post)

More viewpoints on the Tompkins Square Park police tower (CBS New York)

From 1871 to 1874, the building at East 10th Street and Avenue D served as the Strangers’ Hospital (Ephemeral New York)

More about NYC's first kava bar, Kavasutra, now open on East 10th Street (The Daily News)

Video: A visit to Harry and Ida's Meat & Supply Co. on Avenue A (The Village Voice)

Gigi Li accused of election fraud in campaign for District Leader (BoweryBoogie)

Alex rethinks Patti Smith (Flaming Pablum)

Parents upset over removal of principal from Marta Valle High School on Stanton Street (The Lo-Down)

The global appeal of the Ramones T-shirt (The Independent)

12 hours of discussing "Paul's Boutique" (Dangerous Minds)

Kerouac's "The Vanishing American Hobo" essay (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

... and EVG reader Lauren passes along word that Jennifer Cafe on East Fourth Street and First Avenue is now open in the evenings... the proprietors are now in the third week of selling tacos, quesadillas and tortas after 6 p.m. ...

... and a reader notes that Dieci on East 10th Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue has been closed for the last two days... there's a notice from the city saying that restaurant has been operating without some unspecified permit...


Anonymous said...

When you sit on the stool outside Jennifer Cafe, your mouth is level with the counter, which makes it easy to eat.

Anonymous said...

Of course, they need now to cater to the bros and their sorority girls hanger-ons, after a night and day of drinking and hootin' and hollerin'.