Residents of East 23rd Street around Avenue W woke up this morning to discover brown water flowing throughout their homes. Why is this news? Well, the DEP came within an hour of lodging the complaint with 311. We rarely get to report quick results from 311, so it seemed worthy of passing along.
It was just two and a half weeks ago that we told you about Tai Yuan replacing Tai Shan at 2224 Avenue U. But, passing by it yesterday, it doesn’t look like business has been going so well. And someone asked last week if they had closed down. Well, could this be the shortest a restaurant has ever existed?
Maybe not. This was tacked onto the gate. If only the missing piece of the puzzle were still there to clue us in.
You may remember Tai Shan, but then again, you may not. The short-lived Thai restaurant at 2224 Avenue U (and East 23rd Street) closed several months back before most people knew it even existed.
Well, fellow Thai lovers, rejoice! Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, only way less spectacular, Tai Yuan has recently opened on the location. With a menu of both Thai and Chinese favorites, the “Aisian” restaurant is aiming for the take-out crowd. We haven’t tried it yet, but we’d love to know if their Thai cuisine is any better than their spelling.
It’s a large lawn. That explains why the sign has to be so large.
Years ago, when these condo buildings first came to Sheepshead Bay on Shore Parkway and East 23 St, they were some of the first of the revitalization wave. No one would have even thought of letting their dog “do their doody” (don’t blame me, I didn’t coin it) on the luxury condominium’s lawn.
We’ve got a newer wave of revitalization in the form of the Breakers. They’re supposedly designed to look like waves on the waterfront.
Breakers’ residents will get a break from having to post an unsightly “curb your dog” sign on their front yard — luckily for the millionaire-mortgagors, dogs can’t walk on water.