Love it! I’ve been doing alot of enjoying Brooklyn lately.  I’m totally in love with Bedford Ave, Williamsburg, especially pierogi and potato pancakes with Radeberger on tap in waaaaay _^Tall^_ glasses at  S&B restaurant 194 Bedford and a few doors down, at 184, Spike Hill (I highly recommend the mac N’ cheese with a side of spinach with garlic… Mmmm with a bottle of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, or two.)

    Afterwards, it’s always great to shop it off in any number of the shops on the way home.  I always look forward to my biweekly vacations to Williamsburg.

    “Store Front:The Disappearing Face of New York is a visual guide to New York City s timeworn storefronts, a collection of powerful images that capture the neighborhood spirit, familiarity, comfort and warmth that these shops once embodied. Almost all of these businesses are a reflection of New York s early immigrant population, a wild mix of Irish, Germans, Jews, Italians, Poles, Eastern Europeans and later Hispanics and Chinese.”


James and Karla Murray. The Disappearing Face of New York.


~ by The Gallery Goddess on November 5, 2011.

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