Remember Santorini, the Williamsburg Greek restaurant that decided to try out a “pay what you feel the food is worth” experiment back in November? Well, New York City, you marvelous loving bastard, you’ve made it work. Here’s Williamsburg reports the restaurant had such “outstanding” response to the experiment, they’ve decided to make it permanent. You heard that right: a restaurant in Brooklyn has enough trust in people they’re staking the future of their business on it. One of the top 15 reasons to love New York City? Sounds about right.
We’re not going to paper over the fact that America’s daily news sources are in a bit of trouble, that’d just be foolish. But they’re still essential sources of information, at least when they’re done well, and the New York Times and Wall Street Journal certainly deliver in that regard. So it’s good to see them getting […]
Despite the fact that some cities are too proud to welcome colonization by Brooklyn, some cities are more than happy to welcome aesthetic dominance by us. Take Houston’s Brooklyn Athletic Club, for instance. And now we can add Toronto, a city known for its Maple Leafs and crack smoking mayor, to that list, thanks to […]
What’s worse than ordering some totally sweet thing on the internet and then having to actually wait a few business days for it? Nothing, right? Literally nothing worse on Earth than that. That could be an argument against doing all our retail shopping online, but sometimes it’s snowing or raining or you’re sick and you […]