September 14, 2005

A new week brings a new restaurant review from Joshua Bernstein in the New York Press, and if past reviews are any indication, we’re likely to find a photobooth in the venue Mr. Bernstein has chosen for his review. 

This week’s review doesn’t disappoint, as he takes on Habana Outpost, a “parking lot-cum-restaurant-cum-bar” in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The restaurant features “… water fountains, indoor murals … a black-and-white photo booth and a former postal truck rigged with a kitchen and griddle to pump out inexpensive tortas, hot dogs and corn on the cob.” Sounds like a great setup; I’m planing a trip to the booth when I’m in New York at the end of next week.

One Comment

  1. awesome! nothing else to say but that!