New York Philosophy
If a woman has false ideas, if she is not very intelligent, clear-sighted, or courageous, a man does not hold her responsible: she is the victim, he thinks—and often with reason—of her situation. He dreams of what she might have been, of what she perhaps will be: she can be credited with any possibilities, because she is nothing in particular. This vacancy is what makes the lover weary of her quickly; but it is the source of the mystery, the charm, that seduces him and makes him inclined to feel an easy affection in the first place. – Simone de Beauvoir
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
A member event.
This New York bar provides patrons with an upstairs martini lounge – a great retreat from the bustle of the downstairs space. - Urbanspoon