Sunday, May 20, 2012

Handling Meat For Over 144 Years

On 9th Avenue (between 14th and 15th Street) in a red brick building in the Meatpacking District of New York City, you'll find New York's oldest Steakhouse, the Old Homestead, established in 1868.

And at the end of the white building, also on 9th Avenue, at the corner of 14th Street, is another restaurant called
The Diner.

I haven't eaten at either of these places (just liked the busy corner photo op), but coming from a steakhouse family, I might have to go back to see if the Old Homestead lives up to it's reputation and Zagat rating.

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Investing In Your Investment – Part Two
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2008: Wild In Tennessee
2007: Isn’t There A Third Evil?
2006: What The Hell Is This??
2005: Sorry, no post for this day.

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