“I think I will do some discreet human watching. The patrons will think I am just a stuffed mouse”.
Hard to stay focussed on the crossword puzzle, even if it is Will Shortz’ NY Times version, when there is a PUMPKIN SPICE SCONE on the table!!
Being a mouse in a human world has its challenges. Charley has overcome the coffee cup challenge, but the water glass is another matter.
Apparently it is customary, in Red Hook (Brooklyn), to leave coffee out for the postman(woman). Apparently it is customary for the postal delivery person in Red Hook to deliver coffee as well as the usual material.
Seattle’s Best Coffee, which I prefer over most other purveyors of caffeine. This borders on decadence, but it was very tasty.
The company New Yorkers ( and others ) love to hate. This building was built in the early 20th century by Sears, Roebuck & Co. I worked in this building for 17 years ( 1970-1988).
Cowgirls Espresso, just around the corner from The Hangar Cafe. The yellow sign posted on the right side of the building warns customers not to use a camera or video equipment. My guess is that the customers are drawn to Cowgirls Espresso for the unusual and kitschy architecture, but I could be wrong.