I'm getting hungry... I'm getting thirsty too. I like your head-on shots. They make the storefronts inviting.
It would be nice to see that someday! Have a great week ahead!
hahahah, schabowy, bigos, kompot, kapusta, grzyby i wódka hahahahand the cross on the neck hahahahOk!Why don't they assimilate?If they like everything that is Polish, then let they return to the Polish.Howgh!PS: bon appetit! ;-)
Hee. The suits of armor got me…
I love those two "guys"in front of the door, they are perfect lifeguards! :)Léia
I really need to explore Greenpoint...
Don't try to walk out on that check.
Looks like an interesting place. I wonder how the food is.
Looks a nice place.
Polish cuisine! How cool, I'm part Polish and I've never been to a Polish restaurant.
At last I've found my knight (s) in shining (???) armor!!!Anonymous,KM don't need no damn levitra!!!
Wow! You should post this photo with the one you published in Mayhttp://greenwichvillagenydailyphoto.blogspot.com/2010/05/greenpoint-soda-fountain.htmlSame orientation. Alike in so many ways but OH those contrasting fonts!!!! We need to put a typologist on this case of the dueling fonts!
Love Virginia's comment about the levitra. This summer I was attacked by "Viagra Without Prescription" brigade. Do you think we could use knights to block the medical spam????
I wouldn't quarrel with those guards.
Hey Ken Mac. Polish cuisine sounds good to me about now? Did you go in and try it?Hope all is well.
oh I've been there. They have large portions and it's inexpensive :-)
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