Monday, February 15, 2010

It’s A Lovely Day in the Neighborhood

Bringing to you today the sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of my little slice of New York. On the edge of Little Italy, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Soho, and Nolita…I’m lucky



Candy octopus at Papabubble candies, 380 Broome St

Credit: Engine 55, Broome Street, 1998 (w/c on paper) by Frederick Brosen (Contemporary Artist)
Private Collection/ LTD Editions for Frederick Brosen/ The Bridgeman Art Library
Nationality / copyright status: American / in copyright
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Our firehouse, Engine 55, 365 Broome St


The monstrous sandwiches for cheap at Parisi Bakery, 198 Mott St


The smell of fresh baked bread for Banh Mis at Viet-Nam Banh Mi So 1, 367 Broome St


Lemon poppy muffins at Oro Bakery (image via New York Mag), 375 Broome St


The soft rock and Christmas Carols literally streaming out of Sal’s Little Italy, 369 Broome St (image via nychinatown)

exquisite costumes

The beautiful wares in the window of Exquisite Costume, 377 Broome St (images via exquisite costume)


The bells at the Filipino church (image via nychinatown)


The door at Gold Bar, 389 Broome St (via nychinatown)


Goldfish aquarium place on Broome & Mott


The buzz and construction surrounding the now-closed Civetta, which will be reincarnated officially this week into Kenmare, a new hotspot (the next Beatrice?) from the guys behind the Beatrice and Rose Bar, 98 Kenmare

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