Monday, October 19, 2009
EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning edition
"Mike Bloomberg owns this town" (New York)
Whole Earth Bakery to reopen in a week (Melanie, previously)
What's coming to the former Old Devil Moon space (Alphabet City Soup)
SATC fans pay for their crimes (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)
Ray's now offering Belgian waffles (Neither More Nor Less)
A visit to La Parisienne, a classic old school NYC diner (Greenwich Village Daily Photo)
Death & Co. now serving until 2 a.m. (Grub Street)
Catching up with Etherea Records (Stupefaction)
The scoop on Alchemist's Corner (Patell and Waterman's History of New York)
Apples on Orchard (BoweryBoogie)
Art cars on Second Street (Slum Goddess) And on Delancey.
And Elvie's turo-turo on First Avenue appears to be closed as of last week...
Posted by Grieve at 11:50 AM
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that phone booth is like a Looney Tune
:( about death&co:
I suppose I am one of those "neighborhood kooks"- I live above them. I have no complaints about the staff, they've been friendly. I just wish the owner would install proper sound proofing so raucous bar conversation isn't inflicted on me each night. I'm a college student and yes, I confess, "transplant". Called 311, attended the community meeting. I know this is a common problem throughout the neighborhood. What does one do?
Thanks for the comment, anon.
Jeremiah Moss interviewed the CB3 district manager and got a detailed how-to on the proper way to file a complaint against noisy neighbors.
Old Devil Moon space was taken over by three amazing guys (Northern Spy)...lots of good press from food world about their talent. AND they are really sweet and cool. I'd say the best of the new restaurant owners this year-if only SuperDouche had a 1/4 of their class, consideration and respect for our neighborhood. (and they haven't even opened yet)
Many blessings for lasting success!
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