Brooklyn’s Finest

August 2nd, 2010 by Inkslinger


There seems to be a bit of controversy lately over our recent recommendation of La Esquina as the place at "the top of [the] list" to dine as a "hip and savvy local," should one happen to have a single night’s visit to NYC. It seems that the latest "changes" at La Esquina may not exactly be for the best (despite The NY Post’s rumination / elaboration-of-our-story over the speculative liability of "former" partner Serge Becker‘s “incorrectly reported” involvement).

Whew! That was a mouthful!

In any case, while we ponder the significance of the ongoing developments at La Esquina and the prospect of updating our suggestions, might I suggest you watch Antoine Fuqua‘s Brooklyn’s Finest. Sure, the plot may be a little tedious and slightly convoluted, but who wouldn’t want to behold La Esquina in all its fictional fabulosity? (Also, Wass Stevens is in it.)

Yeah, that’s the ticket.



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3 Responses to “Brooklyn’s Finest”

  1. Inkslinger Says:

    By ABBE_DIAZ on 07/22/2010 at 9:19am

    Aha ha ha ha ha haa.
    You know what’s really funny? That somehow, certain parties involved don’t think there’s actually a substantial contingent of people out there who see right through all this nonsense as if it’s glass. (Gooood thing all the cute kids and fabooloos don’t read Grubstreet, right?)

    I’m only commenting, because as usual, I want to be the one who said it first:


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    For more on this subject (and others just like it!), read PX This Too – Coming Soon in the Autumn of 2010. Bitches.

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