Superfine: Bill Roundy’s cartoon review

Bartoonist goes under

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Superfine [126 Front St., between Jay and Pearl streets in DUMBO. (718) 243–9005.]. Open Tue–Thu, 11:30 am–2 am; Fri , Sat, 11:30 am–4 am; Sun, 11:30 am–2 am; Mon, closed.

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BrooklynGersh from WT says:
I love Bill Roundy! Love him! I think Bar Scrawl is the single greatest idea I ever had. That said, Bill missed the point on Superfine. It's over-rated!
Aug. 16, 2013, 10:28 am
John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
Pardon me, but I find it upsetting that I have to find out the delicious "Costmo" is a "joke drink" , by reading about it in the paper, as I've been enjoying this drink there for quite some time now. As a great tipper, I feel that I should be rewarded something in return. Of course this is just one man's opinion.
Aug. 16, 2013, 3:24 pm

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