I used to come here more often than the past decade, due to the rise of Flushing. The area is changing and the surrounding areas Lower Manhattan are changing as well. When I came in 1986, it’s all Cantonese speaking. Then as Fuzhou people arrived in doves, Cantonese has to share with other dialects. Wiki
A nice place on Wall Street.
Really like the use of books as decor and the wide plant floor.
The service and food are good; decor is nice. Love the baby kale.
The colorful braids. B & H camera shop is closed for Jewish holiday – first day of Passover.
Midtown west is going through a giant make over – the building boom.
The High Line Park is bare and over crowded. And more warning signs of fake monks are spring up
East Village. Some filming is going on.
11 looks like two legs. The day is meant for walk.
Another feels right place I spotted. Zero Otto Nove uses their bread, which is super delicious. They’ve two locations – Arthur Ave – one block from each other. Frank Sinatra’s portraits are prominently displayed in the store. They offer to slice for you.