Gay Street Doors

The Petite Boucherie, a French bistro, is on the corner of a charming little alley called Gay Street and Christopher Street. It is not far from Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City. I like to dine there occasionally. I was going to eat lunch there recently with Marc but it was too hot. They had opened all the windows wide to the outside. I’ll eat there again when the weather is cooler. For Thursday Doors 9/8/2022 https://nofacilities.com/2022/09/08/clay-hill-leftovers/.

11 thoughts on “Gay Street Doors

  1. Sue 2022-09-08 / 2:24 pm

    Looks lovely….But more importantly, how are you

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  2. sustainabilitea 2022-09-08 / 2:22 pm

    Love that first shot and it’s a place I’d definitely be interesting in visiting when it got cooler. 🙂 So sorry to read about your hip. I hope you’re getting around better very soon.

    janet

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  3. Teresa 2022-09-08 / 8:43 am

    The first one looks so narrow and tall. The second one looks so inviting. Are they one and the same place just in a different season?

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  4. Dan Antion 2022-09-08 / 7:34 am

    I love the architecture on the street. Has the bistro always been built out into the street or was that added during Covid? It’s interesting., but on a hot day, I might pass as well. Especially if I had the opportunity to return.

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