McDonald's has REALLY good coffee now. Plus it's often the only sit-down place open at 6:30am.
@Roxy oh wait, it is the bathroom? amended discussion topic: why does their bathroom look like a living room?
i feel like there needs to be more of a discussion of the fact that they appear to have a bathtub in the living room.
@WaityKatie Love Ehrenreich! For those who want a taste, "Welcome to Cancerland" is available here: http://www.barbaraehrenreich.com/cancerland.htm
@Meaghan O'Connell@facebook I've already been ensnared by Brooklyn Kitchen! I bought a porcelain pie bird there last weekend, which I didn't even know was a THING.
I just moved into the mysterious BQE-adjacent Greenwilliamswick triangle as well! Our place is also cute, yet narrow. But! There is an outdoor terrace that functions as a kind of pressure valve for the soul.
@Mike: Where did y'awl go bowling? For me it was kind of a lame weekend as I mostly stayed in doing freelance research stuff, plus we had a lot of leftovers to eat. But that also meant it was a relatively cheap weekend! Friday $5: bagel + chocolate milk for lunch because why not. Saturday $4.50 coffee and scone at Barnes & Noble Starbucks, $30 brunch for me + friend visiting from out of town. Bastille Day drink specials! Sunday $1.50 bodega ice coffee $4.50 cookies to bring to D&D $10 4 hours of D&D at The Brooklyn Strategist Total: $55.50
Friday: $60 for post-MoMA sushi & drinks for me + boyfriend. MoMA admission was free (Target Friday thing). Saturday: $14 for ingredients for a dessert (chocolate cake balls) to bring to a picnic. Sunday: $10 ice cream for me + boyfriend in Wburg. Another $10 for a 4-hour D&D session at the Brooklyn Strategist. Total: $94, would purchase all of those things again. Though the sushi place is definitely a once-a-month sort of place, at most.