The Great Georgiana in Fort Greene

Bartoonist tackles a tough tart

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The Great Georgiana (248 Dekalb Ave. at Vanderbilt Avenue in Fort Greene. No phone). Open Sun–Wed, 5 pm–2 am; Thu–Sat, 5 pm–4 am.

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Reasonable discourse

John Wasserman from Prospect Heights says:
As a man who doesn't want to start trouble on this board, I feel forced to ask this question:
Why is this Bartoon charactor ordering an apple tart at a bar?
Here's assuming that this took place in the evening (hence the poor, stale and unwanted tart).
I hate to be the one to have to point this out, but perhaps this Bartoonist, on this particular evening, at this new bar, had to shell out his own money for once.
Pardon the suggestion, but your own John Wasserman believes that there is more to these photographs than meets the eye.
Dec. 13, 2013, 8:33 am
T from ft greene says:
then why is the bar offering an apple tart on its menu?
Feb. 4, 2014, 4:20 pm

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