Sidewalk cafe is a simple and small all night diner, across from Pyramid club. A number of tables are situated outside during the warmer seasons, but this is partially because the space inside is so cramped that any extra space for customers is cherished by the management. The menu itself is smaller than most of the late-night nosh joints, and the selection of reliably good dishes even smaller. Sometimes the customers can be obnoxious and intrusive, though usually it's the classic art student sort. It's location is probably it's most remarkable quality, as it's prices may be the only thing about it which is distinctly above average.
Commentary by Clifford H. Low, Monday, January 26, 1998.
|Illustration by Kurt Komoda|