second cousin to no reservations?
Oh - gorgeous. The light is perfect. The green archway of leaves provides a warm touch and curves to the rigid, symmetrical lines of the building, the door and the window pane.In short, as usual your photos talk to me.
how lovely the 'no menus' sign isand as always you captured the light and shadow so perfectly
Lovely little doorway.We have a large hotel in Cape May that has no menus. You eat what you are served. And it's always wonderful.
What a wonderful relief! Not having to decide what to order;)
Very quaint doorway, very appealing!
Okay color me dumb. I figured this was someone's house/apartment and they'd gotten tired of having the Chinese takeaway and pizza menus dropped in the mail slot. But now that I think of it, that'd be a pretty damn specific pet peeve.Of course, it is New Yawk. With that many folk, I suppose you can find a little of everything.
Oh what a loss! No Thai-Chinese fusion food! Ha! :)
You know I love a pretty door. No menus, no choice?? Hummm. Guess if the food is good that's not a problem. Bon weekend!VPS Are your Botero's Adam and Eve? Jilly posted them on her Monte Carlo or Menton blog last year and yes, Adam had been well handled!!:)
Love that. Doorways.. like bridges.. always make me wonder what's on the other side.
What a find! I love doorways.
Pretty funny. I know how they feel. Every other day I come home and find some new cheap Chinese restaurant from two towns over has had someone out stuffing their take-out menus into mail slots.
I love doorways like that, and they seem unique to places like NYC and Boston as well as London...I used to go walking just outside St. James Park in London when I lived in the UK and the architecture is similar in places to that of NYC. Of course, I can't recall ever seeing one that had a sign on it saying "No Menus." I'm intrigued.
this is wonderful - quaint, or better, charming :)
I wonder what's behind that door? Once again you have my imagination working overtime Daryl! :)
Great shot... makes me wonder about the people inside...
It really says No Menus? I wonder what that means!
Have you eaten here? Neat little photo of a neat little (well, at least it LOOKS little) door!
That signs just screaming for me to come in and have a seat. Lovely shot!
Must be a restaurant of sorts...or was?Maybe you can recycle this shot for the Nov. 1 theme which is "doors"?Lovely photo, Daryl! Great color and lots of mystery!
Maybe means Family Style? I surrender!Joyce
They must be on a diet!
why did someone think this wasn't someone's private doorway....it is isn't it? and I have seen how crazy they are with all the take out menus....someone could make a mint selling those signs...
charming little doorway...and the no menu sign ;)and a perfect capture.
"Please! No more damned take out menus!"Ah, New York LOLAloha, Friend!Comfort Spiral
I love vines and little wall gardens. And doors! Let's go in!
That is a sweet doorway. It looks happy and peaceful. But "no menus!"? That's a new one!
"No menus" is different! Can you get this door to go with yesterday's window--I might move in!
so what is really behind the door ??
Okay, my mind is racing about all the different possibilities for *no menu*. Hehehehe....
That'll be the 'plat du jour' then!
I have never been to a restaurant like that. Was it good?
Eugene Atget is alive and well and living in color in NYC. Check out this link:http://www.masters-of-photography.com/A/atget/atget_drum_full.htmlThanks for another fascinating photo, Daryl.
Google Blogger is now insisting i switch to Google+ in order to see/reply to your comments via email .. i am not joining G+ SO if you would like to send your comment via email fashionistanyc gmail and i will reply if not, consider yourself thanked for leaving a comment