Photo by myself at Bleecker and Jones Streets, in the Village.
The storefront of O. Ottomanelli's, a specialty meat market in Greenwich Village, was steamed up due to the weather Wednesday evening.
This traditional style butcher has received rave reviews for their wide selection and friendly service.
Unfortunately they are so traditional, they do not have a website. From what I could tell from the reviews, you can get everything including dry-aged steak, sweetbreads, bone marrow, quail, goose, buffalo...the list goes on.
A flyer below the window announced the health benefits of ostrich meat.
For the O. Ottomanelli reviews on Yelp, click here.
I was in the village briefly early Wednesday evening, around 6 pm. The streets were deserted. Stores were closing up and it was a bit too early for dinner.
In every restaurant, candles were lit, tablecloths were smoothed down. It was as if everyone were breathlessly waiting for the night to begin.
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