Sunday, December 27, 2009

Dining Out In New York City

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If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Eating out in Manhattan can be a financial challenge. A very large gaggle of Crowes, Wilsons, Marks and assorted hangers-on went out to dinner last night at Piccolo Angolo, an Italian restaurant in the West Village. You can spend much more money on a meal in NYC but this place gets fabulous reviews from diners and it can be hard to get a table, especially a really long one. My brother-in-law's secretary's second cousin's nephew's godfather is the owner, or something like that. That opened doors but the transaction was to be in cash. We were happy. Just don't tell the IRS.



10 comments:

Virginia said...

Pass the vin s'il vous plait. And I'll have a tiny piece of pain as well. Oh, it's ITALIAN.... Vino???? Bet you all closed that place down. Great shots B.
V

Steffe said...

All that trouble for a hot dog!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

By paying cash, it looks like someone missed out on a chance to get a lot of frequent flyer miles on their credit card.

Olivier said...

Si tu as donne tout ces billets, en effet cela fait cher ;o))

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful. Sounds like a good family time.

Paula said...

It looks like you doubled up as Santa this year.
How long before they find out it's funny money?

Bob Crowe said...

Hey, everybody, that's not my hand or my cash. I was taking the picture.

Louis la Vache said...

The IRS is watching...and will report you to the Obamunists!

brattcat said...

Hope the meal knocked your socks off.

JM said...

Very funny post! I especially liked the ''my brother-in-law's secretary's second cousin's nephew's godfather is the owner'' part! :-)