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Friday, November 26, 2010

Thanksgiving Dinner Venue!



What's On 2nd--Antiques, Art, Postcards, and Curios
 Yes, this antique and collectible shop was where I enjoyed a delicious meal and conversation. Steve, one of the owner,s is in the picture above. Okay, I did not take the first picture and cannot change the size, so it can just cover my words! Okay, here goes.


Mike, the other owner,standing near the meal on the counter and on the table in front of her. She brought the turkey, WONDERFUL! I have no idea what the triangles are in this picture or how they got there.

Joseph, a guest

Elvis bathroom


Belt buckles
 Below the counter are postcards--hands, leaves, boats, flowers, any category you can imagine--Steve has it.

Postcards
More postcards, but two pictures don't show his whole inventory of postcards. I bought an early twentieth century postcard of the Brooklyn Bridge for a gift.



Another view. See? More postcards. It was difficult to take pictures with so many lights and glare.


Two Santas
 The white Santa has a list with two items: lights and snacks. Santa is promoting smoking? We have come a long way.
                                                                                   
What's On Second promotes artists. This is from an opening last week.


Artist's rendering of the shop. These are posters hanging on the wall.
 I have lots more pictures, but I don't want to bore you! It was great to browse before and after the meal. Some things caught my eye as I ate. I hope you had as wonderful a day as I.

2 comments:

  1. Wow, what a great Thanksgiving venue. I would have loved that. Sorry about your pound cake, though. Also, I came across this website and I thought you might enjoy it: http://chickensintheroad.com/ It's really interesting with all kinds of cooking, craft, farming ideas

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  2. It was fun and different from most T-day events. Powdered sugar hides the cut-off burned edges or scorched cake. Thanks! I will check that out. I love anything chicken! (almost)

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