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wayne Mar 2, 2001 10:55 AM

The best bar downtown is no more. My buddy says the sign on their window says "Tribeca is gone...and so are we."

A true loss.

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    David Jacobson RE: wayne Mar 2, 2001 03:25 PM

    The chairs and tables have moved to the Brazen Head on Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn

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      efdee RE: David Jacobson Mar 2, 2001 04:56 PM

      What's the Brazen Head? Is it new and where on Atlantic is it?

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        David Jacobson RE: efdee Mar 5, 2001 02:43 PM

        It's on Atlantic between Boerum & Court on north side and opened last August, same ownership group as Riverun, Blind Tiger, Shark Bar, Gate etc

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          efdee RE: David Jacobson Mar 6, 2001 08:05 AM

          Does the Brazen Head also serve food or is it just a bar?

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            David Jacobson RE: efdee Mar 6, 2001 09:27 AM

            Bar only

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              Chris E. RE: David Jacobson Mar 8, 2001 01:23 PM

              Speaking of the Brazen Head, that bar seriously annoyed me recently, when I ordered a Guinness there, and it came in what looked a lot like a regular imperial pint glass, and yet was noticeably undersized. This not long after I heard (secondhand) of a Park Slope bar owner gloating about how he gives people 14 oz. "pints," and nobody notices. Well, in the case of the Brazen Head, I noticed, and I'm sure others do as well. It doesn't strike me as a very good long-term business strategy, when you weigh the disgruntlement of customers who perceive that they're being shortchanged against the saved cost of a couple ounces of beer.

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                David Jacobson RE: Chris E. Mar 9, 2001 02:17 PM

                The standard "Libby" glass that most bars pass off as a pint glass holds exactly 16 ounces of fluid. When you account for a normal head on a pint fo beer you end up with about 14 ounces. Those faux imperial pints are becoming more common. The Brooklyn Waterfront Alehouse sells an imperial pint for a dollar sur-charge

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