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February 24, 2007

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Paul

I'm convinced that within the next five years or so, every single business in central Brooklyn will be a restaurant or bar.

But I guess it beats the "bank, nail salon, Duane Reade" litany of Manhattan.

Your photos are beautiful, by the way.

Tennille

Thanks Jason. Lets hope theres a few more gyms around too, because its hard walking home everyday past all the delicious restaurant smells and happy hour specials. A girl can't say no all the time.

Ted

Not sure why it's not open. The liquor license kicked in in January.
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Amy-luvz

HORRIBLE BAR! Nice and clean - bar tender friendly, but I thought at any minute the place would be raided by feds....or at least the local flavor WANTED the other patrons to believe so. I'm shocked at the amount of money that seems to be put into the place frequented by the area's wanna-be gangsters. My boyfriend almost got into a fight because some guy wouldn't accept my refusal of his drink offer.

Amy-luvz

HORRIBLE BAR! Nice and clean - bar tender friendly, but I thought at any minute the place would be raided by feds....or at least the local flavor WANTED the other patrons to believe so. I'm shocked at the amount of money that seems to be put into the place frequented by the area's wanna-be gangsters. My boyfriend almost got into a fight because some guy wouldn't accept my refusal of his drink offer.

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