14 Street and the Union Sq

Led Zeppole on 14th Street (between 1st and 2nd Avenue) in the East Village has the best cream puff .. a little bakery .. Led Zeppelin would come for a treat?

The Blind Pig for brunch

The Irving Plaza – Since the late 1970s the club, at Irving Place and 15th Street, has been one of Manhattan’s rock landmarks, the place where stars like the Police and the B-52s had early gigs, and countless fans had their first toss in a mosh pit.

Ehhhhhrrrrr … Two grandmasters at war at Union Square? There are grandmasters hustling chess on the street in New York. More pix on FB

Grace Church (Episcopal) at 802 Broadway @10th Street, New York. More pix on FB. Across the street, used to be an Italian restaurant where we took my cousin Donald 小达 for dinner when he first came to USA. Few years later, the same located was taken up by Lady Di’s sister Ming, continued as an Italian restaurant with Chinese chefs. Not sure what’s the reason but it didn’t survive for long.

Where the McD stands used to be a club called Continental that Walter Lure played gigs at. More St. Marks Pl pix on FB

McSorley’s Old Ale House, generally known as McSorley’s, is the oldest “Irish” tavern in New York City.

Peter Cooper and his Union .. The Carl Fisher is a well known music store, plenty of sheet musics by Cooper Triangle. But unfortunately it’s closed now .. The Village Voice is near by, still open .. more pix on FB

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