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25 minutes ago, Ag with kids said:

Opinions are like assholes.

Everyone has one...have fun with yours...and your opinion too,👍

I will. And will have it in New York City instead of Corpus Christ or Fort Worth. Thanks.

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1 hour ago, next2naus said:

Is Ag still pissing on NYC and other cities that don't meet his "worthy history" or age requirements? 

No.  It's other people pissing on me because they're butthurt I don't genuflect to NYC.

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1 hour ago, ztejas said:

I will. And will have it in New York City instead of Corpus Christ or Fort Worth. Thanks.

That's great!!!!

And I will enjoy it here in Corpus...

 

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2 hours ago, PenelopeWitherspoon said:

A lot of places for shopping are open, but others are appt only. Saks, Celine, Hermes, and Alexander McQueen open, but more limited hours. Goyard and Bergdorf Goodman are appointment only. emoji5.png

PSA if you feel like traveling to Brooklyn - the Salvation Army on Atlantic just before Flatbush is open, no appointment needed....

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1 hour ago, next2naus said:

Is Ag still pissing on NYC and other cities that don't meet his "worthy history" or age requirements? 

BTW...I DID give y'all some food porn from Per Se.

I didn't hate it in NYC.  It was fine.

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16 hours ago, Ignatius said:

PSA if you feel like traveling to Brooklyn - the Salvation Army on Atlantic just before Flatbush is open, no appointment needed....

In early 2019, while still in Houston, I donated 15 boxes of clothes, shoes, and handbags to the Houston Salvation Army.  Donated a bunch of stuff right before I moved up here.  
 

I will always donate to SA over Goodwill as most the donations with SA actually go to the needy and not a bloated infrastructure.

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Have a reservation on Wednesday at Llama San.  

Anyone else been to some do not miss outdoor dining recently?

I did Crown Shy on NYE, but got incredibly drunk (as you do), so want to try it again.  Heard Lilia's outdoor experience is great.  Also want to do the Olmstead camp experience (the drink in the watermelon looks amazing).  

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Been up here for a couple of weeks and have been impressed with everyone's mask wearing.

I have not been impressed with the heat...fuck, it's hot.

We're visiting in-laws that live in Tribeca...and we pretty much stick to their favorites.  Nothing fancy really, but solid.

Every time we come up we see at least one celebrity.  

Emily Ratajkowski lives upstairs from their favorite hang out...so got to meet her, her boyfriend and their dog.

 

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6 minutes ago, Tylerocks said:

Been up here for a couple of weeks and have been impressed with everyone's mask wearing.

I have not been impressed with the heat...fuck, it's hot.

We're visiting in-laws that live in Tribeca...and we pretty much stick to their favorites.  Nothing fancy really, but solid.

Every time we come up we see at least one celebrity.  

Emily Ratajkowski lives upstairs from their favorite hang out...so got to meet her, her boyfriend and their dog.

 

Where in Tribeca have you guys been going?  Want to add more places to my list. 

Yes, it is hot.  If you can sit in the shade, and there is a breeze, it is pleasant, especially when the humidity has been down.  

I am trying to start going out more often and enjoying live again, because once it gets cold, I would not be shocked for shit to shut down again.

I am ready for the Met to reopen.  With as big as that building is, social distancing should not be an issue.  

 

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3 hours ago, PenelopeWitherspoon said:

Where in Tribeca have you guys been going?  Want to add more places to my list. 

Yes, it is hot.  If you can sit in the shade, and there is a breeze, it is pleasant, especially when the humidity has been down.  

I am trying to start going out more often and enjoying live again, because once it gets cold, I would not be shocked for shit to shut down again.

I am ready for the Met to reopen.  With as big as that building is, social distancing should not be an issue.  

 

Yes, shade is a must! 

Their favorite little Italian place is called Pepolino.  Also a place called San Carlo Piemonte in SoHo.  

Went to Lovely Day for Thai.  Felix yesterday for brunch/lunch.

Edwards (diner-ish) is their regular spot for drinks/hanging out.  It's across from the Odeon  Actually have really good tex-mex-ish options for brunch (chilaquiles, huevos rancheros)

I've tried to get them to go to Khe-Yo, I've heard it's great...but haven't won that battle yet.

 

Like I said, nothing fancy, but good food.

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