LITTLE DOT: She is known as the ‘dot lady’. She reminds me of a 1950’s Harvey comic book character by the same name. She haunts Greenwich Village around 6th Avenue near 8th Street. ‘Dot’ will rummage through the local garbage to find any in tact items she can and then obsessively paints dots on the things she finds…including herself.
Her ‘paint’? Diluted Pepto-Bismol! At night she tries to sell her ‘art’, but in the day time – I was told not to get too close to her, or she’ll get angry and dash off. . .
August 24, 2012 | Categories: DAILY PHOTOS WITH STORIES OF NEW YORK CITY | Tags: Greenwich Village, Hans Von Rittern, Harvey comics, homeless, Little Dot, Manhattan, New York City, Pepto-Bismol, street art, street artist | 1 Comment
PRICELESS: Morandi Italian Restaurant, 211 Waverly Place, Greenwich Village.
Insalata Di Zucchine E Menta – raw summer squash with green chilies & ricotta salata $13.
Costa Di Maiale Con I Fichi – Grilled pork chop with figs and crispy polenta $27.
Broccoli Di Rapa $8.
Tiramisù – mascarpone, espresso & savoiardi $10.
Getting away from it all – Priceless
Morandi Italian Restuarant
August 24, 2012 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Greenwich Village, Hans Von Rittern, lunch, Manhattan, menu, Morandi Italian Restaurant, New York City, restaurant, taking a break, waiter | Leave a comment