You can complain to 311 via Twitter 24/7; East Village bar will kick you out for saying ‘literally’

Posted On Thu, January 25, 2018 By

Posted On Thu, January 25, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Screenshot of 311’s Twitter page (L); Google Street View of Continental bar (R)

  • 311’s Twitter account will start taking requests 24 hours a day, seven days a week. [amNY]
  • Two new laws focusing on vacant land throughout the city are aimed at identifying lots and buildings that could be used for affordable housing. [CityLand]
  • New York Magazine’s new public art project displays covers from artists such as Yoko Ono and Alex Katz around the city. [Untapped Cities]
  • East Village dive bar Continental (famous for its cheap shot deal) has banned customers who use the word literally. [Grub Street]
  • You can score discount tickets to the Best of Brooklyn Food & Beer Festival this Saturday. [Brokelyn]
  • Grand Central’s historic cocktail bar the Campbell Apartment is suing the MTA for keeping the heat too high. [Time Out NY]
  • Annabelle Selldorf’s University Place condo gets its full facade. [CityRealty]
  • New interior renderings appear for Robert A.M. Stern’s Upper West Side condo. [Curbed]




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