Bamonte's, the old-school Italian restaurant on Withers Street in Williamsburg, has a couple of lovelies just opposite the bar. Both were once used as the house phones. If you called Bamonte's, the phone in the booth rangs. These days, the one on the right only takes incoming calls, while you can call out on the left one. The phones are touchtone and there are smart circular lights overhead.
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