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Bartoonist goes tropical

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The Diamond [43 Franklin St. between Calyer and Quay streets in Greenpoint, (718) 383–5030, www.thediamondbrooklyn.com]. Open Mon–Thu, 5 pm–1 am; Fri, 5 pm–2:30 am; Sat, 2 pm–2:30 am; Sun, 2 pm–1 am.

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diehipster from Wasting Wagners says:
Let's see:

Irresponsible yup bringing baby front and center to the bar to get his "craft ale" on.

40 year old Molly blowing bubbles on her Nieuw Breuckelen playcation.

Thick framed glasses creep with child molester moustache serving sustainable oysters.

BROOOOOKLYN DEEEEEEEEEEEED!
Feb. 21, 2014, 9:52 am
JAZ from Hunting Redbeards says:
'quirky' beer bar.

Micheal Landon head for irony.

Fish tacos.

Like yahhhh!
Feb. 21, 2014, 10:54 am
The Chooch from the Choocharama says:
Aright scoot, y'all skiddy along now get off ma stoop. Don't be up to no mischief around here, ain't gonna put up with no shifty-azzedness around here no mo.
Feb. 21, 2014, 12:31 pm
vander from greenpoint says:
this looks so ——ing retarded...thank god i was not part of it
Feb. 24, 2014, 1:16 am

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