Monday, April 07, 2008

Greenwich Village, 3rd Street Between Thompson Street and LaGuardia Place


Mary Sargent © 2008 …………………………………….. click to enlarge

According to the mostly positive review in Time Out, live steel-drum trios will help you unwind at Negril Village. Sad to say, I've not been able to develop an appreciation for steel drums and so I will not be dining at Negril Village, handsome though its façade may be.

See map.

3 comments:

Henry said...

Your photos the last few days have made me interested in taking a walk down 3rd Street. You've got some really fine photos here, esp the red restaurant with tail end of old pink car...

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Barbara said...

Oh, come on, that facade can surely seduce you inside -- steel drums after a margarita are wonderful.

Homer-lover said...

Um, I'd heard, in my own meanderings, that they are called steel pianos. Much more, um, poetic? Since I have become a new member of the Late Night Ee-ers, I must choose to sit here, bare-assed at home, and log onto Mary's blog late at night instead of watching a rerun of The Simpsons, and leave my comment. And then watch a rerun of Sex and The City, and Scrubs, and then see if anyone e-mailed me, and then, finally, to bed/sleep.