Wednesday, March 4, 2009

F Train - Ave. P (Day 5, stop #207)

Out:  The buildings here are brick apartments with some row houses.  There is a hardware store advertising a “Mikveh on Premises”.  The people around seem to be a mix of European, Hispanic, Orthodox, and Asian.  There is also a pharmacy with Cyrillic letterning, as well as Kosher bakeries and a Kosher falafel place.  There may be some Middle Eastern presence but I’m not sure.  There is a nice little café as well as a Russian book store,too.  

The side streets are tree-lined and have pleasant-looking small houses.  I liked this graffiti on this driveway, but it was actually pretty out of character with the neighborhood.

In:  Similar to Ave. I.