EV Grieve brings us the grieve-worthy news that East Village landmark restaurant B&H Dairy has traded in its classic, old-school sign and old awning, but a brand new awning and nothing else.
I don't give a damn about the awning—the old one was nothing special. But that "B & H Dairy Lunch" sign was a gem. They better be cleaning it up, not replacing it with some gaudy piece of modern crap.
The wave of cloth awnings, brought on by folks think a new awning is preferable to any old sign, is second only to crapitecture developments, in my opinion, in destroyed the character of this city.