As we reported earlier this week, Greenwood Park patrons are having a lot of fun. Maybe too much fun. Conversely, Greenwood Park neighbors aren’t having any fun at all, and not just because their children have to play next to a cemetery. And it's getting worse.
Since opening a month ago, the beer hall has been hosting a slew of patrons that have decided to make the area their own public, let’s say, comfort station.
Neighbors have been displeased with the influx of public urination, public sex, and the streets have been dusted with a mix of cigarettes and puke.
47 East 21st Street
New York, NY 10010
A friend of mine and I decided to get something to eat this past Saturday after our hunger had been impatiently following us around all day. Both of us identifying the apparent desire for Italian that our taste buds teased into a frenzy, we (okay, I) decided to try out a place called Via Emilia, a Northern-Italian restaurant tucked away on 21st street in the Flatiron District. We hopped in my friend's red BMW (see also: leather interior, sunroof, jealousy), drove a small ways, found a parking spot next to the ever-lush-with-green Gramercy Park and walked a few blocks to our destination.