Monday, November 26, 2007

Cobble Hill "No Menus" Sign Update

On Saturday, we ran a photo that a reader had sent in of one of those "No Menus" signs hanging in Cobble Hill. She wrote back to say that it had been torn down, but also, in response to a reader question noted that they are available at Tony's Hardware on Smith Street (181 Smith) and are two for five dollars. She writes, "They are flimsy and small and mine have been torn down twice, but, for the nano second they were up, we were flyer-free." One would hope for a free source of the signs if they have a tendency to disappear that quickly, however.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I owned a business which encouraged home cooking--say, a kitchenware store, or a yuppie grocery--I'd print them up with my company name and distribute them as advertising.

9:28 AM  

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