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mykerip Feb 23, 1999 01:34 PM

Does anyone know about that cute place on Avenue B
called Aunt B's?

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    JimmyZ. Feb 23, 1999 01:59 PM

    From NYToday's website...

    The East Village has plenty of casual cafes, but few
    offer outdoor gardens. Aunt B's, however, has lovely
    outdoor seating, and a wide-ranging menu. The
    offerings run the gamut from nachos supreme to corned
    beef and cabbage, but the focus is on comfort food
    like meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, and buttermilk
    fried chicken.

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      Frank Language Feb 23, 1999 11:32 PM

      [From the nytoday website:]

      "The East Village has plenty of casual cafes, but few
      offer outdoor gardens."

      That's crazy; at least half the "casual cafes" I know
      of in the East Village have outdoor seating. I'm not so
      sure you'd want to sit outside when it's 25° out (as it
      was today), but maybe the waitresses will oblige you.
      Try Yaffa (St. Mark's bet. 1st and A); they've got a
      great garden in back and the waitresses there used to
      wear a T-shirt that said, "Born to Serve".

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