Where urban meets suburban...
First of all, your blog is a real service. Bravo & thank you. Apropos this entry, have you any news regarding what sort of business--a GOOD restaurant, one hopes--will replace the closed one?
I am glad you are getting a lot out of my blog - I do not know what will come in to this space. Lord knows there are many empty storefronts now in the area for a good restaurant to choose from now! I am a bit puzzled as to why this one even closed, considering it seemed to have so many local and loyal fans. In any case, as soon as I find anything out about it, I will be sure to post about it. Keep reading and keep commenting. Thanks.
with restauants like Q Thai closing and other restaurants like the Taqueria "comming soon" on 71st, I'm not optimistic.
Ha! Good point Ed. Though I did order from one of those Fresca Tortillas take out Mexican/Chinese places the other night and was thinking to myself 'I sure hope that new Mexican is good. We could definitely use some decent Mexican take out foot in the neighborhood.' Even if English is not their first language (or maybe it is, come to think of it.)
actually meant to write "food" above, but somehow take out foot and the place where I got the food the other night doesn't seem so far fetched. I never understood how a place can combine both Mexican and Chinese food. I mean, who even thought of such a thing?