Last few days in Manhattan. First night I spent in Derek Jeter’s suite at Red Sox-Yankees. Since then, I’ve done the Village, Meatpacking, Upper East/Westside and Harlem. Here’s some snaps from my travels:
Sunday was the annual Dominican Republic parade up 6th Avenue. Sadly, I missed most of it, but thankfully I did catch some spillover.
As you might expect, young kids are always on the lookout for hot dogs in New York.
And I’m happy to report that Terrell Owens obliged.
C.C. pitches for Subway:
(Subway: El Sid and C.C., MAKE IT HAPPEN)
How does Sid Fernandez not get a (melted) piece of the action?
Brisket from Katz’s in the East Village. (Gravy on one-half, mustard on the other.)
Best side of beef since the George Brett pine tar game.
How ’bout papaya and sauerkraut on your h-dog at Gray’s Papaya?
Would you like a side of full ashtray with that?
Harlem’s Apollo last night:
Little quiet until Sinbad polishes off a gaggle of Indian Casino gigs.
Harlem’s “fire factory”?
If you thought NYC was always helter skelter 24/7, here’s Central Park at dusk last night.
Not a soul stirring. Islanders fans would’ve felt right at home.
Finally, a shot from Little Italy last Saturday night.
Walking through I was a little appalled at how bad it smelled. But then I remembered, Chinatown is right next door.