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    Robert Jones
    Williamsburg, Broadway Triangle
    19 Feb
    Hi Guys! How are you doing? So, recently I dated this girl from Williamsburg. I took her to this fantastic Italian place called Lilia. It is one of the most demanding places for a casual dinner in the neighborhood. So, the fantastic thing about this place is that the food here is cooked and prepared by old means, like wood. You can eat wood-fire-cooked seafood and handcrafted pasta. All of which have lovely Italian makeovers. It makes your date even more enjoyable and memorable. We ordered some pasta and Piccoli, which is sort of a small fish. In the end, few traditional Italian cocktails. It was a lovely night at a remarkable place. If you are trying to find a place to dine and take your date, I recommend Lilia. The best thing here that I felt was the hospitality of the staff and their cute gestures. They put some effort into it. Also, the taste is different from traditional gas cooking, and the wood fire changes the flavor here. Don't believe me? Try it. I mean, in a city like New York, who cooks on fire? Right? Totally a unique place! Please tell me in the comments if you had any chance of dining here.
    Talk Kosher Inc., 149 Penn St, New York, New York 11211, United States
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  • How are you doing? I want to share a recent experience of mine. Do you like massages? I am sure you do. So, if you never had one, I think you are missing an excellent experience of your life. So, last week I felt a bit stressed and itchy in the muscles due to a long week of continuous work. A colleague recommended a place on 103 N and 10th street called the Bath House. So, I took a nap and went there in the evening. I was astonished to see this fantastic spa facility; it was ancient-looking in some parts - it was intentional to provide customers with a feel of ancient healing and soothing ways. Anyway, it works when you are lying in the tub. So, I had booked an earlier appointment since, due to significant demand, you are required to do this. You may not get your spot if you go directly without an appointment. The start light steam rooms and thermal pools are stounding and stay there a while. I felt all my tiresome muscles becoming relaxed and calm. All my fatigue was going away. After using all the amenities in the bathhouse, I moved toward the massage table, and guys, it was the most fantastic experience I had had in a long time. So, are you guys from around here? How many of you had the pleasure of getting a massage here?
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    Atlas Telecommunications, 139 Heyward St, New York, New York 11211, United States
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  • Last summer, I had the pleasure of experiencing the most fabulous outdoor attraction here in Williamsburg. For those who don't know, It is a seasonal open foodie market called smorgasburg. Of course, foodies among you know about this and have been here. My girlfriend, along with a few others, and I ate here on Saturday afternoon. It was a fun experience, and the seating layout was impressive. The sunrays work their magic, and the food works his. Moreover, if the company is good, then everything becomes worthwhile. I had a Bisska and a Big boy burger. I think it is s good spot for some sip and food. There is an abundance of desserts to choose from. I mean most of the food you can find here. I saw a lot of families hanging around here, and the kids were having fun too. So, overall, I rate this one of the best places to spend your Saturdays. The only drawback is that it is closed now due to winter. It is only open on Saturdays in summer weather. So, how many of you had the pleasure of spending some time here? What do you feel about this part of your neighborhood?
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    Henry Nogid, 234 Hewes St, New York, New York 11211, United States
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