A South Brooklyn Adventure

foo's birthday at Dirty French

2 Korean dudes named Bob.  Freaky
new place on Delancy, Goa Taco, this ish is super good! gourmet Indian-ish taco things.
finally went to Defonte's Sanwich shop when it was open and their sandwiches are huge.  It's about $12 for a half but it's definitely enough for two meals 
meatball sub

A day at Fort Tilden beach which is technically Queens, not Brooklyn.  It did'nt look like this last time I was here.  Now there's all these food kitchens from various places in brooklyn and bars.

part of fort tilden?

next onto Coney Island

Coney Island is famous for it's boardwalk, the cyclone roller coaster, and Nathan's hot dogs

The Coney Island Cyclone is a wooden roller coaster that opened in 1927.  as of 2015 it costs $9 to ride

a lot of the thrill/terror of it come from the fact that it's made from wood and you can see planks missing and it's old and rickity and you never know if today is gonna be the day.

it's right there on the corner of west 10th st and Dewey Albert place, a roller coaster right on the streets of new york

next stop is the Wonder Wheel ferris wheel which is also iconic.

Chris grew up around here and always wondered if that was someone's apartment.
next stop Nathan's hot dogs
beach hair
and it's not over yet, next stop is Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst, its a brooklyn gem you've never heard of and I hadn't either. What's better the pizza or the spumoni? The debate rages on. His place does BUSINESS. It's THE neighborhood place. Close to Coney Island worth the visit.
This is half a "tray" and Chris says it's the best "square" in town.  It's Sicilian style.  The dough is almost like bread and there's two kinds of cheese on it and its delicious.
the spumoni was the bomb too.  pistachio, chocolate, and vanilla is what makes up what they call spumoni in America
some store on court street back in our hood.  I have been thinking of making some kind of faux head mount of some stylized animal.  These are pretty cool.