[New York Peasant by Wilfrid: May 18, 2009]
"She had a most immoral eye. The sailors called her Lorelei..."
An alluring Rhine maiden, an art gallery, two baseball stadiums, and the finest art-deco architectural district outside of Miami Beach. And that’s just along the southern stretch of the four-and-a-half mile Grand Boulevard and Concourse. It deserves its full name, for once, because it’s one hundred years old this year.
[Pigging by Wilfrid: May 4, 2009]
I made my advance reservations for Paris restaurants for eight in the evening, which seemed a reasonable sort of time. It turns out that, with French rigor, everyone dines at 8.30.
[Correct Dining by Wilfrid: May 4, 2009]
So here's something you can do as an alternative to spending ninety bucks and up for dinner for two. Because the truth is, if the entrée is twenty dollars, and you order a three course meal, pay tax and tip, that's the price bracket you're in right away.
[Pink Pig Time Machine by Wilfrid: May 4, 2009]
Well, the week started in the Bronx, with dinner at a disappointing fish shack called Mariscos del Atlantico, and continued into the night with Cuba Libres at a dance club called Jet Set.