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Hillside in Vinegar Hill: Bill Roundy'sc artoon review

Bartoonist shares his thoughts on Vinegar Hill’s newest hangout

for The Brooklyn Paper

Hillside [70 Hudson Ave., at Water Street in Vinegar Hill, (718) 522-7957, www.hillsidevhbk.com]. Open Mon–Thu, 6 pm–11 pm; Fri, 6 pm–11:30 pm, Sat, Sun, 9 am–11:30 pm.

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John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
I'm sorry, but I'm afraid to disagree with this. I don't see this working, given the building it is located in, amoung other things. Having said that, I do wish them the best of luck.
July 27, 2012, 11:19 am
John C. from next door says:
Wasserman. I live right next door to this building and I'm curious to know why this bar isn't up to your "standards". Please do tell.
July 27, 2012, 1:30 pm
John C. from next door says:
Wasserman. Please do tell why the building is not up to your "standards". I live next door to the place.
July 27, 2012, 1:31 pm

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