Monday, March 22

Vinegar Hill House

This neighborhood of brooklyn is really something else. Tucked behind old abandoned mansions (Admirals Row), housing projects and a large electricity transformer (?). I learned about the historic area (a long time ago) from calla lillie.

Really lovely dinner at Vinegar Hill House... The inside of the restaurant was dimly lit, so it was hard to take pictures of the food.

I'm really enjoying the restaurants (and stores) that excel at the old world-style atmosphere. Vinegar Hill House does it the best with the food and the location. I would imagine going to a small French countryside inn to have the same feeling(?)

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