Well, we hate to say we told you so…
We know, we know, PX This is accurate in its predictions so often, it’s hard to keep track. So let’s re-cap shall we?
Sometime in early November, Marc Epstein, owner of Milk Street Cafe located at 40 Wall St in the Financial District, blamed the failure of his previously “booming” business on the protesters of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Unfortunately for Mr Epstein, he completely failed to take into account the sagacity and perspicacity of downtown New York City’s own Food & Beverage authority, PX This.
The ridiculousness, hyperbole, and bombast of the story that appeared in The New York Post (and subsequently other news outlets) was enough to raise the hairs on our neck, resulting in our rebuttal. Which (as our general modus operandi demonstrates) may have been enough to satiate our enthusiasm for avid bullshit unveiling— EXCEPT that some dumbass had the temerity to try and refute our confutation with, get this— idiocy and lies.
Wooo, child. If there’s one thing regular readers of PX This know by now, it’s: Homey don’t play that.
Therefore, please excuse or join us as you see fit, as we revel in our little jig of joy right now. Suck it, Milk Street Cafe.
Oh and P.S.
That “former occupier” that went “bankrupt in the middle of the night”? Well, it just so happens they’ve already been informed by a concerned “recruiter” that all worthy employees of Milk Street Cafe will be referred to them for employment.
Oh, the irony.
[P.P.S. Don't even get us started on the karmic implications of all that ill-gotten bright shiny equipment that was utilized during that woeful six months of operation, bitches.]