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post #121 of 183
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Will you visit ?

- B

Where is his shrine again?
post #122 of 183
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
Believe me...you don't have to tell me this, but we will need sustainance at some point. It might as well be good. Plus I'm really more focused on the mood of the place (see my prior posts on this point) to help set the tone for the weekend. Great food is a plus.

You're right, "experience" over "food, food, food" does make sense. Go to that teacup place.
post #123 of 183
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Don't worry...just do like the blind boy in Deliverance. When Manton cracks his knuckles, it's time to rondo!

Will you visit ?

- B

Sadly I'm no musical savant. For my best performance I need the chord tabs and, preferably, an audience consisting solely of deaf people.

sightings are unlikely...that is, unless he is currently on exhibit at the MoMA, in which case it's a possiblity.
post #124 of 183
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Go to that teacup place.

Chicks dig that place. I think it heals the vaginal canal.
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Where is his shrine again?
There's a Fayed-esque installation at Katz's, right at the spot the greasy 'strami juices first squirted forth from the first bite. There's a YouTube of the second squirt striking an elderly waiter, spinning him on his heels, and causing his upper dental plate to be flung off to land on the head of a Japanese tourist like an ivory tiara. Good stuff. - B
post #126 of 183
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There's a Fayed-esque installation at Katz's, right at the spot the greasy 'strami juices first squirted forth from the first bite.

There's a YouTube of the second squirt striking an elderly waiter, spinning him on his heels, and causing his upper dental plate to be flung off to land on the head of a Japanese tourist like an ivory tiara.

Good stuff.


- B

unfortunately, I am not into squirting.


Any idea what the visiting hours are for the Foo Foyer ?
post #127 of 183
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I like that image.

The story that Oakley stole to front a cocaine habit were completely fabricated by the Hearst newspapers. I know that this information will be comforting to you.

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BTW, I have the Moravec Etudes and could have sworn some of them are played a bit too fast. I've been meaning to get the Pollini version.

Get the Manton version. It's the most laconic.

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I resent being made into a verb.

"RJman, dust in my Rolex!"


- B
post #128 of 183
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Any idea what the visiting hours are for the Foo Foyer ?

I'm unsure, but I think that it is closed Tuesdays and Thursday for Matuozzo shirt drying.


- B
post #129 of 183
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They do not do pairings or they do not do wine? If no wine, I can safely cross them off my list of places I plan to eat at when I visit NYC!

Oh, there's wine.

I find the idea of getting out of that place at $275/head a wonderful fantasy.


- B
post #130 of 183
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Huh!!?? You really,really, really have to go there. I think I only come back to NYC for that and some delis these days, don't really shop in NYC,not my fav restaurant scene (apart from delis), don't find it particularly beautiful but fuck is the MoMA one of the best museums in the world.

MoMA sucks when there are crowds.


- B
post #131 of 183
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Originally Posted by haganah View Post
Yeah that's a great recommendation. And then maybe Joe's/John's/Ray's for pizza. Followed by Magnolia's for dessert.

Ugh.

The short carriage rides in the Park are also good.


- B
post #132 of 183
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The short carriage rides in the Park are also good.


- B

We go skating @ Wollman a fair bit. Walking down to the rink I always here the carriagedrivers & pedicab operators pointing to random buildings rising above the trees over on 5th and saying things like: "You guys ever heard of Woody Allen? That's his apartment over there. Raquel Welch lives across the hall, etc."
post #133 of 183
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We go skating @ Wollman a fair bit. Walking down to the rink I always here the carriagedrivers & pedicab operators pointing to random buildings rising above the trees over on 5th and saying things like: "You guys ever heard of Woody Allen? That's his apartment over there. Raquel Welch lives across the hall, etc."

Exactly.

Wollman is fun, though. We went skating there in December.

- B
post #134 of 183
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MoMA sucks when there are crowds.


- B

There are always various degrees of crowding aside from private corp showings but the prick ratio during those isn't worth it. Go to party nights there or whatever...
post #135 of 183
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MoMA sucks when there are crowds.


- B

+1. The solution is to look at the drawings and prints or the photography galleries.

Will check out Moravec. Already love Pollini.
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