Eon Blue wrote:I went to Kitty's for lunch today. Across the street are a pair of sturdy-looking two-story brick buildings that sit set back from the street a bit. On the top floors are cutouts for doors and you can clearly see where a balcony was anchored before. Every time I go there, I daydream about how neat those buildings could be if someone got ahold of them, renovated them and re-attached balconies. East 31st could be a wonderfully intimate urban street with the right approach.
Blah, blah, blah - how was the pork tenderloin?
J/k - agree with you on E31st - great potential. Great legacy places like Kitty's and M&M could really be complimented by some new businesses.