Sometimes Godot shows up. Squint at one of the dozens of digital screens where departure times appear with icy clarity, and you half expect a boarding call for the Polar Express rather than, say, Ronkonkoma. More ambitiously, the new room aims to evoke, maybe even revive, the romance of travel by rail. A century ago, Beaux Arts architects ennobled all sorts of prosaic activities, like collecting taxes, borrowing books, sending postcards, and, yes, commuting. The floor of the mail-sorting hall is gone, and so are the surveillance chambers suspended overhead, where security men kept watch to make sure no checks or packages disappeared. Instead, the great trusses spanning that enormous cavity have been stripped to naked steel and repurposed to support a set of parabolic skylights.
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By John Friia. The Cinnamon Snail is among the handful of eateries in the space, and has become known for their vegan sandwiches, bowls and delicious doughnuts. For people looking for seafood, they can stop at Lobster Press for their signature panini.
It really is a shame. According to Towleroad , this is what they had to say-. The gay bar — known for its drag shows, packed parties and welcoming vibe — cannot afford to pay a rent increase on its space at 76 Christopher St. Fifteen years is a long time. HOWEVER, there are some fantastic and amazing gay bars that seem to be doing well in this economy and are also a great place to visit whether you are visiting Manhattan or have lived here for a good period of time.