wow, who online today can say that sentence!... as my momRECALLSgoing downtown from the BRONX & making a visit to the 3rd AVE EL @BLOOMINGDALES when she was only 10 years old, in 1933! JUST IMAGINE...BLOOINGDALES OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION! WOW...its almost the GREAT DEPRESSION AGAIN! just for side story- that year mom say in 1933- BLOOMINGDALES had a outside store front when you'd get off the 3RD AVE EL TRAIN, and there was a POT BELLY HEATER STOVE, right outside of BLOOMINGDALES STORE before going inside, there was HOT COCO DRINKS is what mom recalls as a kid back then. And just for the record, I would like to find out-- just WHAT YEAR BLOOMINGDALES DID OPEN FOR BUSINESS over there? makeCOMMENTS, thanks, DOROTHY email@example.com check out my other RATINGS over at: HILTON HOTEL, NY NY HOTEL TRADES COUNCIL, 8TH AVE NY JOEL ABRAMSON, NY HB CHEVROLET, FOREST HILLS REMAX BENCH MARK,MIDDLETOWN NY BANK OF AMERICA, NY COUNTRYWIDE,CA,TX,NY PK AVE SO, C21 AMIABLE, HOWARD BEACH REMAX LIBERTY, OZONE PARK JASA ADULT PROTECTIVE SERV, REGO PK COLDWELL BANKER, FRESH MEADOWS
Excellent service provided by the owner he is a man that treat all of his clients with respect and will always try to bring produce to his store that are requested by his client and another thing is that he makes it a point to have products of good quality this is one of the charateristics that makes this bodega in upper Manhattan area a great place to shop for you home needs. Thank you Miguel for bring your business to our neighborhood...may god bless you always.
I guess it's my suburban upbringing, that I thought I was running away from, 20 yrs ago, when I got on the bus to NYC. But, then 7 11 s popped up....along with the Kmart, the Olive Garden, and the wax museum! Help!! The suburbs found me!! "Oh thank heaven for 7 11". Somehow 7 11 is reassuring, cheap, and like coming home for a munchie attack on that long road trip.