The Bulgarian Bar

The Bulgarian Bar is NOT upstairs.

I, for one, was quite relieved by this signage.

Apparently they have a problem with thirsty Bulgarians.

What was upstairs was a fabulous, tragically hip (which we are not) asian fusion tapas (any other groovy name you can think of to describe it) restaurant called Kuma Inn. (113 Ludlow Str, NYC)

Great food, great service, reasonable prices and lovely bathroom with lots of candles.

And SO not a Bulgarian Bar.

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2 responses to “The Bulgarian Bar

  1. Ivy Mindlin

    So that’s where you guys ended up. Happy Birthday Ronnie. No stories from last night for the blog????

  2. Neal Shrier

    Not to be confused with the Vulgarian Bar, huh?

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