Thursday, March 25, 2010

*Everyday Chatter

Since the landlord raised the rent, what's coming to the landmark space once occupied by the Old Homestead's dining room? A chain. Le Pain Quotidien is coming and offering "authenticity":

You've got to love the way the no-cell policy is implemented at Soy Cafe on Greenwich Ave:

Take two glorious rides on the Third Avenue El of the 1950s. [Cyn]

Save our souls--Martha is on the Bowery. [BB]

Life above Cabin Down Below is pretty annoying. [EVG]

Looking back at the Gas House District and its demolition for StuyTown. [Blah]

Bedford Ave. businesses want the trendy food trucks gone. [BP]

Is the Glove Factory loft building also a part-time hostel? [NYS]

Meet the Characters of the Gowanus! [FIB]


ShatteredMonocle said...

The Bedford food truck wars reminds me of this post. Like something from a Calvino novel!

Laura Goggin Photography said...

I wonder if Martha is going to do a segment on "Bowery-style" cuisine on her show.

Unknown said...

So where did all the debris from the gashouse district demolition go?

cityofstrangers said...

Re: Soy Cafe - Glad someone is finally fighting back on the plague of people yapping on cellphones in line-ups.

Beautiful footage of the old 3rd Ave. El. Much as it might have sucked to live underneath or anywhere near it.


Marjorie said...

The Old Homestead on 9th Avenue and 14th Street closed?

Jeremiah Moss said...

no, didn't close--just the dining room portion.

Laura Goggin Photography said...

Re: The Old Homestead

So, can you still eat in there or is it take-out?

Jeremiah Moss said...

you can still eat there, it's just smaller.