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9a Kitchen And Lounge

9a Kitchen And Lounge

Description For a unique alternative to traditional sports bars, look no further than 9A Kitchen & Lounge. We have joined the West Harlem renaissance as an innovative sports lounge with a modern flair. Our menu offers an array of southern comfort favorites, plus a professional sushi bar, and extensive cocktail list and self-service beer taps.
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

For a unique alternative to traditional sports bars, look no further than 9A Kitchen & Lounge. We have joined the West Harlem renaissance as an innovative sports lounge with a modern flair. Our menu offers an array of southern comfort favorites, plus a professional sushi bar, and extensive cocktail list and self-service beer taps.
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

One of our followers on Instagram, aka @mssherryjoe, tips us off to a new Harlem restaurant and bar opening at 2331 12th Avenue at West 133rd. It’s called 9A NYC Kitchen & Lounge. Their website is up with a few pictures and on their Instagram page it says “great food, great drinks, and great people!
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

The name of a beer distributorship wrapped around this corner as recently as 2011. When that business moved on to the great redemption center in the sky, the landlord stripped away the old signage, exposing this still-older signage that dates to the neighborhood’s meatpacking days. The burly blue-collar aesthetic apparently suited the incoming tenant, 9A — a restaurant-lounge of the sort that enforces elaborate dress-code regulations — which added only modest signs of its own. 9A has since closed. Contract PackersSurviving signage at 2331 Twelfth Ave. (at West 133rd St.), Manhattan
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

The name of a beer distributorship wrapped around this corner as recently as 2011. When that business moved on to the great redemption center in the sky, the landlord stripped away the old signage, exposing this still-older signage that dates to the neighborhood’s meatpacking days. The burly blue-collar aesthetic apparently suited the incoming tenant, 9A — a restaurant-lounge of the sort that enforces elaborate dress-code regulations — which added only modest signs of its own. 9A has since closed.
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

This is where you want to drink coffee in the Berkshires.Photo by Joe Gaylor Dottie’s provides expertly crafted coffee, friendly baristas, fabulous organic and local food, homemade baked goods, a bohemian eclectic space with plenty of room, free and fast wifi, and a true flavor that all locals love and flock to daily. We are the coffee shop you’re looking for on a visit to The Berkshires, the place you hope exists when you move into town and the place you go to find out who and what is happening in the area.Come check out our newly expanded space, filled with more tables and chairs, plush furniture, rocking chairs and a rotating art show. Now available for private parties, special events and whatever else you could think up. Need a space? We have it.  Phone413.443.1792Location444 North StreetPittsfield, MA 01201COFFEEM-F 7a–6pSa 8a–6pSu 9a–3pKitchenM-F 7a-4pSa 8a-4pSu 8a-2p 
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

This is where you want to drink coffee in the Berkshires.Photo by Joe Gaylor Dottie’s provides expertly crafted coffee, friendly baristas, fabulous organic and local food, homemade baked goods, a bohemian eclectic space with plenty of room, free and fast wifi, and a true flavor that all locals love and flock to daily. We are the coffee shop you’re looking for on a visit to The Berkshires, the place you hope exists when you move into town and the place you go to find out who and what is happening in the area.Come check out our newly expanded space, filled with more tables and chairs, plush furniture, rocking chairs and a rotating art show. Now available for private parties, special events and whatever else you could think up. Need a space? We have it. 
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9a Kitchen And Lounge

Jessica Lamb is a Berkshire native who fell in love with Barrington Coffee while living in Brooklyn, working at the famous Joe, The Art of Coffee, in NYC. She moved back to the Berkshires in 2007 with a vision to open a coffee shop in downtown Pittsfield that would foster community and grow great conversations and connections. Other than expertly crafted coffee, she also enjoys the company of her two sweet little girls, Esme and Tallulah, decorating her body in tattoos and is currently on a spiritual quest.
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At Dottie’s August 2007Jessica Lamb is a Berkshire native who fell in love with Barrington Coffee while living in Brooklyn, working at the famous Joe, The Art of Coffee, in NYC. She moved back to the Berkshires in 2007 with a vision to open a coffee shop in downtown Pittsfield that would foster community and grow great conversations and connections. Other than expertly crafted coffee, she also enjoys the company of her two sweet little girls, Esme and Tallulah, decorating her body in tattoos and is currently on a spiritual quest.
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I am entirely untalented at blowing bubbles. Even so, in a jaunty mood, I was willing to hazard two bits on a gumball. For my investment I got grape — not my favorite flavor. A pair of idiomatic expressions came to mind, with contrary meanings: “You pay your money, and you take your choice,” and “You pay your money, and you take your chances.” This was an instance of the latter. In the culinary realm — and, clearly, I’m willing to construe “culinary” very broadly — can any EIT reader supply another? Sidewalk gumball machinesWest 135th St. (Broadway-Amsterdam Ave.), Manhattan
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A pair of idiomatic expressions came to mind, with contrary meanings: “You pay your money, and you take your choice,” and “You pay your money, and you take your chances.” This was an instance of the latter. In the culinary realm — and, clearly, I’m willing to construe “culinary” very broadly — can any EIT reader supply another?
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Come check out our newly expanded space, filled with more tables and chairs, plush furniture, rocking chairs and a rotating art show. Now available for private parties, special events and whatever else you could think up. Need a space? We have it.
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This tagline is one of several devised for the first brand of prepackaged biscuits in the late 1800s, not long after the merger that created the National Biscuit Company, later called Nabisco. Another, “Lest you forget, we say it yet, Uneeda Biscuit,” I know only from printed accounts. “In rain or shine, just as fine,” a reference to the product’s moisture-resistant wrapping, has survived in at least one well-preserved painted ad. The signage shown here was brought to light during construction of Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus, just north of 125th St., on the side of the building at dead center of the first photo. The surfaces to either side of the window column seem to contain different texts that may have been repainted several times, with variations. In the right-hand section (click for a closer look), a large-type “biscuit” and an equally dramatic question mark apparently succeeded a smaller “biscuit company.” As with many such signs, we may never be able to read the wording with precision. Is this a surviving example, at least in part, of the catchphrase “Do Uneeda Biscuit?” The question stands. ” Biscuit?”Signage at 614 West 131st St. (Broadway-Riverside Dr.), Manhattan(As of 2014, no longer extant)
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“Sweet baby Moses, the BBQ basted turkey burger and fried green tomatoes are out of this world. I'm serious. Sangria is really good, too.”
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“Sweet baby Moses, the BBQ basted turkey burger and fried green tomatoes are out of this world. I'm serious. Sangria is really good, too.”Réjane Pierre
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you’ll discover some of the most beautiful blocks inthe city, filled with handsome brownstones, soul foodrestaurants, corner shops, and scenic parks. For ataste of a real New York neighborhood, it’s hard totop a visit to Harlem.Less
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The signage shown here was brought to light during construction of Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus, just north of 125th St., on the side of the building at dead center of the first photo. The surfaces to either side of the window column seem to contain different texts that may have been repainted several times, with variations. In the right-hand section (click for a closer look), a large-type “biscuit” and an equally dramatic question mark apparently succeeded a smaller “biscuit company.”

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