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Restaurants & Food / Re: Appettito
« Last post by dssjh on Yesterday at 11:22:10 PM »
the half sour pickles they have in the rear refrigerator cases are excellent, too. far, far better than supermarket offerings.
Restaurants & Food / Re: Appettito
« Last post by Bel84 on Yesterday at 10:23:05 PM »
Thanks for the review. Once got an excellent eggplant spread from them but haven't been there in a while. Guess it's timei to go back :)
Community Groups, Activities & Events / Re: Looking for a sanga
« Last post by Bel84 on Yesterday at 10:20:59 PM »
Thanks dssjh but you're right, not really looking for a formal temple, that's what is so great about the group I see on UWS. There are many people who like Buddhist philosophy and group meditation in a looser environment. I'm just hoping to find some of them in JH.
(would consider a group in Woodside or Sunnyside also)
Neighborhood Chat / Re: Article in Curbed: The Transformation of JH
« Last post by Palermo on Yesterday at 09:17:54 PM »
I figure the decisions garden co-ops grapple with... on whether to allow folks to walk on the grass or kids to play on it... count as high stakes

We get around to alot of illuminati type stuff too.  World domination, intimidation via architecture, lawn party budgets, the usual evil empire stuff.
Restaurants & Food / Appettito
« Last post by Palermo on Yesterday at 09:09:24 PM »
Some love for Appettito off 79th!  Been going there off and on for a bit now and never disappointed.  Got myself some time out of purgatory for making my wife a brunch with the German Ham, Danish Bacon (cut it as thick as you like!), Russian cheese and an awesome sweet which looks alot like rugelach I bought from them.  A wonderful part of the neighborhood.
Neighborhood Chat / Re: Kelly Cleaners is gone
« Last post by CaptainFlannel on Yesterday at 09:09:18 PM »
There are quite a few empty store fronts up there. The old Gothic Cabinet craft location, a couple of store fronts on the block that Ho Florists used to be located, the last spot Mrs. Ho moved her store to, a shut down botanica on the next block next to Colony Liquor.
Where is the horse the mounted police officer rides in the neighborhood stabled? (It's always a treat to me when I hear the clop clop clop and whinny of the horse coming down my street.)
Community Groups, Activities & Events / Re: Looking for a sanga
« Last post by dssjh on Yesterday at 07:44:35 PM »
would an actual Buddhist temple offer something that might suit your needs? the Thai temple at 76th and 46th used to hold open houses and seemed welcoming, but that might require more commitment/religious components than you are seeking.
Community Groups, Activities & Events / Looking for a sanga
« Last post by Bel84 on Yesterday at 07:29:00 PM »
Are there any JHers out there  who know of or want to start a Buddhism-influenced meditation group.  Currently I travel to the upper west side for community but would love to find like-minded people closer to home.
Real Estate & Home Improvement / Re: Kitchen Renovation
« Last post by Minimal4me on Yesterday at 02:52:05 PM »
Here's a thread that might interest you:

Good luck with your reno!
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