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Monday, February 22, 2010

On N and a Call for Entries

N, in Soho
Photo by myself on Crosby and Broome Streets in Soho.

Ñ is a letter from the Spanish alphabet is pronounced 'En-ye'. It's also a tiny tapas bar in Soho.

And I mean tiny. The narrow bar goes straight back and there is room for the bar, a person sitting on a stool and someone standing behind the stool, holding his breath.

Due to its size, the bar is easily crowded on any night. I used to go there long ago and quite enjoyed their sangria.

Its location is a little hidden, since there aren't many stores on Crosby. Inside, the walls are painted a yellow with bright red polka dots.


For aspiring photographers everywhere, the 2010 New York Photo Festival is accepting submissions through May 1st.

Each year, the competition receives over 15,000 images submitted by 3,000 photographers from all over the world. Out of that huge number, 12 photographers will garner awards and 24 photographers will receive honorable mentions.

Images do not need to be related to New York at all. A huge award ceremony takes place in May. For more information, click here.

For an absolutely incredible slide show of the 2009 winners, click here.

Behind the Curtain, Down Broadway and On a Stoop in Soho.


Olivier said...

c'est encore noel ;o)

Bibi said...

This sounds like a fun place. I like these holes-in-the-wall.

Susu Paris Chic said...

Wow... cosy it is! I love the name. Here in Paris there is a place called la tréma like the ¨ - double point over a vowel.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I like that wreath.
Thanks for the slide show link. I want to look at it again & again.
Are you going to enter something Kitty?

Emanuela said...

so, you eats in spanish restaurants in NY and I drink in american bar in Madrid... it's funny!

Sidney1978 said...

Yellow paint with red polka dots is so "Sevillanas", the Spanish flag is two red bands with a middle yellow one, and they're the typical Spanish colours, so, when you see it with polka dots, it refers to "Flamenco" a dance that is typical in the south of Spain.
I'm from the North of Spain, so I don´t dance Flamenco, but it's a "trademark" about Spanish culture and tradition.
I hope you enjoy a lot of "Tapas"!!