Bleecker Street Series #5
Bleecker Street Tour begins here: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=6907957" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=6907957</A>
Even though I am without a pet companion these days, I like to stop in here on my neighborhood rounds to visit the three extraordinarily fat shop cats and chat with Louis who, fortunately, was kept on when the store was recently sold to Pet Central. He told me last Saturday that under its original name, Beasty Feast, (see <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=6597723" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?photo_id=6597723</A> ) the store opened in 1978. Maybe av_producer remembers what it was before becoming this quirky pet food shop.
On March 10 2004 111 Views
Bytefactory On 13/03/2004
happy to see you havent given up ronni. :)
Jonathann On 11/03/2004
Thalles7 On 11/03/2004
Hope you be good.Greatest pictures!
Marcellynha On 11/03/2004
Petitesoeur On 10/03/2004
i`ve been to teany -- it is a very nice place -- went with a bunch of nyc_fotologgers right before december`s meetup -- there`s a meetup tonite at the parkside lounge [317 east houston between B and C] it starts around 8pm -- care to join us?so far none of my bleecker street haunts but they`re coming ;-)
Emilia03 On 10/03/2004
On Rivington street...yes.If you`ve some spare time, go into and take a tea (masala chai or vanilla berry cream). ;-)It`s a very nice place and I`m sure you`ll take great pictures.Have a good day!p.s. I look forward to see your archive as well.
Emilia03 On 10/03/2004
Have you ever been to Teany? ;-)
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