You have the wrong address for Calexico - it is 122 Union Street between Hicks and Columbia!
I always have the best time at Don Hill's who is now featuring Reggae music the 2nd Friday of every month with multiple DJ's! Because they cater to rock music, the sound and lighting systems are totally off the hook. Drinks are extremely reasonable for Manhattan prices and there is plenty of area parking!!! Lot's of nooks and corners to mingle:)
Thanks for recently adding a link to my website: http://www.chitraramanathan.com to your Agora Gallery - Mixed Media Art Resources page.
AVERAGE GIRL ARE INCREDIBLE! THEY PLUG THEIR GUITARS STRAIGHT INTO THE PA! ALSO, ROCK AND ROLL!
I'm with you, Best tacos hands down. Amazing shrimp and lengua tacos I had there on tuesday
if bruce springsteen had an orgy and invited the minutemen and the replacements, and out of their union was born an angry baby with a six-pack of schlitz and an eye on the apocalypse, that angry baby would sound like average girl. recommended if you'd like to trade all that lo-fi fake shoegaze for some head-banging finger-twanging indie rock'n'roll.
To live is to Santos.
the food in tacobite is delixcious...nd especially the fried ice cream is excellent! i RECCOMEND THE FOOD TO EVERYBODY.
Jesus this show sounds amazing!!!
this place gets my vote for best burg tacos!
Astounding work-reminiscent of Goya's late paintings with the humor and wit of Crosthwaite's searing intellect. A must see look into the next generation of great artists.
Naked Lunch has been a staple in Soho for years and to this day it still is hands down one of the best places in NYC. The music is always great and the staff friendly. I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to have a no nonsense good time.
I've been going to Naked Lunch for years and love it! I always have a great time there, the music is cool and the people are great..the bartenders and door people are always really cool and friendly. If you want good music and great drinks at very reasonable prices, go here...
This place is awesome!! My buddies and I went there recently. The music and people were a lot of fun! A lot of cute girls too!! The staff was courteous and service was prompt. The bartenders really seemed to enjoy themselves while working. You have to get to this bar early for it can get quite crowded in no time flat. Drinks were priced well considering that its SoHo which was also a pleasant surprise! A great time!!
I started with Sam's level 1 group class and am now taking level 2 private lessons. Throughout my time as a student of Sam's, I've been consistently impressed with his ability to challenge my weaknesses and subtly but meaningfully point out my strengths.
I'll admit that the first day of level 2 I was slightly intimidated by his rule that the classes be taught solely in French but it has really forced me to push myself to understand what's going on instead of just checking out (which is what I do in most educational settings).
But related to that is one of Sam's greatest assets as a language instructor: his patience. He won't just give up on a subject I'm not fully grasping and assign it for homework -- he'll keep asking questions and talking it out until I understand.
So all in all, I would recommend Sam to anyone who has a serious interest in learning French.
I took French in high school, but lost it all in the years since... My husband and I have really fallen in love with France over the past few years and decided we should learn the language. We found Sam through a friend and thank goodness we did! I learned more in Sam's Level 1 class than I did in 3 years of high school French! We were actually speaking paragraphs of information in French by the end of Level 1! Sam is encouraging, motivating and understanding and his homework assignments are not too overwhelming (but still challenging!). The environment of his classroom is intimate, friendly and fun. And his rates are extremely reasonable! Best in the city by far... I would recommend his class to anyone looking to begin, refresh or continue with their French studies.
I have been studying French off and on since high school but never have made it past a level one class. i always felt like I was starting over from scratch! Currently, I am in Sam's Level 2 class and am finding it challenging, fun and accessible. I really feel like I can make progress here, with the encouragement of Sam. He gives very clear explanations and detailed help for studying French. His classes are small, professionally run, entertaining and challenging. He makes us speak a lot to each other, which seems to really be the best way to learn. While learning a foreign language only occurs when you invest a lot of time in it, Sam is helping to keep me on that path, with real expectations and ideas for finding the time to work on it. I highly recommend working with Sam to learn French. He is a gifted teacher.
Long life to Yank36, the food really sucks in this place, with the exception of sandwiches, it just to be a lot better at the beginning.
Not only is sam a great teacher, he is also a total hottie. I have not been the best student, but Sam has been adaptable and encouraging none the less. I am looking forward to re-taking French 2, as I missed too many classes and never did my homework. I'm understanding how the language works, I can tell what French speakers are saying (when they keep it simple), and I can pronounce things without sounding like an idiot. I have learned a lot! I'm looking forward to learning even more.
Besides or maybe despite all the Celebrity Hoopla which happens to be great fun, the Food and Service are wonderful as well! Look at The Ivy in L.A., a true paparazzi hangout! It could get a bad rap because of the counterculture trend to pan anything with fame, but, like at The Waverly, it's a great, informal restaurant experience all the way around. I just wished there were more like them and, yes, easier access would help! Keep going, Craydon, you are doing great!
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