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Friday, May 14, 2010

Casimir on Avenue B

Casimir, Alphabet City
Photo by myself in Alphabet City, around Avenue C and East 7th Street.

There's no shortage of bars and restaurants in New York. Every neighborhood has its mix of ethnic, chic, dive-y and classic places.

Casimir in Alphabet City serves up a bistro fare, with escargots, duck confit and steak tartare on the menu. Mmmm...good!

I'm sure this place is much more inviting when the gates are open.

For a peek at their tasty menus, click here.

Related posts: Food for Thought, Duane Street, Tribeca and Live Poetry on the Lower East Side.

7 comments:

Olivier said...

"voici venu le temps de l'ile aux enfants"...la chanson de Casimir ;))

frankdejol said...

I like this shot....
....looks like time has stopped in the fifties.

Robert said...

Wauw, this just looks pretty old, I wonder how the inside Casimir would look. Oh and,
Thanks Kitty, for the little snap shot of "Sunset, Outside Battery Park City"! I knew u would just take one at least ha :)

Terry B, Blue Kitchen said...

Great shot, feels like Paris. You actually drove me to their website, Kitty, since we'll be coming to NYC for a long weekend very soon. So many places to eat, so little time!

Ken Mac said...

like gay paree

T. Becque said...

Great b&w!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love the name.