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Friday, April 23, 2010

Outside The Sunburnt Cow, Avenue C

Sunburnt cow, NYC
Photo by myself in Alphabet City, at Avenue C and 9th Street.

A playful sign hangs outside The Sunburnt Cow, an Australian-themed restaurant.

What is Australian cuisine, you ask? Well, the menu lists fresh shark, mutton stew, wild boar and a 'kangaroo shepherd's pie'. (No telling whether there is real kangaroo in the pie).

Their offshoot, called The Sunburnt Calf, is located on the Upper West Side. Both gastropubs feature fancy brunches for $18, with all the 'moomosas', 'moo marys', or screwdrivers you like.


Thanks everyone for the comments on yesterday's photo! I'm absolutely tickled that people enjoyed it.

Thursday, I left my camera at home. Naturally, the best moments eluded me - two visitors with enormous backpacks crammed in the subway during rush hour, one girl walking in knee highs and tiny skirt, a woman sitting next to two giant teddy bears on a bench, street vendors and a man singing in the subway station wearing a tin foil crown.

Related posts: Cow Appreciation Day, Fifth Avenue, Now on Sale, in Midtown and Signs of Hope.


Damien Franco said...

Murphy's Law.

The cool stuff always happens when you don't have your camera handy.

Cell phone camera?

Olivier said...

belle enseigne ;)

Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou said...

Kitty, your photos almost make you feel as if you're living in the New York neighborhoods, as we get to see pieces of what New Yorkers see each day. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

It really never fails. Leave your camera and people and animals and piles of dirt just expose themsevles. LOL

New York photo said...

nice blog..

Pat said...

Yes, I too have learned the hard way never, never to leave my camera at home. I hate myself for all the good ones I missed!!!