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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Out to Lunch, in Midtown

Urban Lunch
Photo by myself, somewhere in Midtown.

Spring has sprung here in the city. Unfortunately, not everyone works near a public park.

Some buildings are designed with public space in mind, offering areas to sit and enjoy the good weather. This bank of steps of various sizes also has planters for trees.

People can perch and eat, relax and have some alone time before slogging off to their desks.

Related posts: On Curvy Walls and Stone Slabs, The Royalton Renovated and Dusk Among Towers.

5 comments:

Olivier said...

déjeuner a l'ombre des buildings new yorkais, j'aime beaucoup

Robert said...

Makes me wanna get some lunch too...

Kizz said...

Hey! That's around the corner from my office! I hope it's nice enough for lunch out there soon.

Terry B, Blue Kitchen said...

One of the things that I love, love, love about New York, Kitty, is how people take advantage of every square inch of outdoor space.

Kitty said...

Thanks Olivier!

Hi Robert
ha yes, these folks look mighty relaxed for a work day.

Hi Kizz
What a small world? I was walking by en route to my dentist.

It's a bit of a hike to Bryant Park from there, so I can understand how people just eat on the steps. Getting full sun during lunch is nice.

Hi Terry
We NYers are nothing if not resourceful!