Thank you, we’ll be here all week, try the veal, and don’t forget to tip the waitstaff.
So this is a picture we took of a Polish deli in our neighborhood. If you’ve passed through Bay Ridge, Brooklyn at one point or another you might realize the one big thing that is wrong with this awning…
Don’t know what it is?
Okay, here’s what’s wrong with that awning. Polbridge is in the neighborhood of Bay Ridge, which presently sits in the shadow of the Verrazano Bridge, which is the gateway to the New York Harbor – NOT the Golden Gate Bridge, which is in San Francisco.
Well, a bridge is a bridge, maybe they just got the two confused?
While confusion might take place if one was to look at the distance in height and suspension of both bridges on paper, it’s hard to confuse photos a light blue bridge with quite possibly the most recognizable bridge in the world, the one that is red and thousands of miles away. It’s not like you don’t step outside of Polbridge deli and see this bridge staring back at you.
We love it when people manage to live up to an old and horrible stereotype…