…rain looks good on you.
…rain looks good on you.
Today’s weather calls for sun with a high of 79 degrees, and widely scattered showers…and to this we say, thank goodness Flatbush Farm’s got a roof, and a charming outdoor space to allow us rain watch and take lovely rain photos. After all, it’s New York and rain looks good on you!
NY Weather, Sunday, 6/30:
It’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end. You don’t exactly get what you would at breakfast, but you get a good meal.”
~The Simpsons. Homer’s reply to Marge, who said: “What’s Brunch?” Episode: “Jacques to be Wild” Written by John Swartzwelder.
A Plaid and Stripes Affaire.
Wheelmen (old and new),
We humbly request your presence for Bow ties and Crumpets, the Big Apple Tweed spring soiree. Hosted in the charming Flatbush Farm Restaurant, at 76 St Marks Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217 on Sunday, June 30, 2013, we will begin the festivities from 12pm and will ring the curtain down at 5pm.
The afternoon will begin with guests being offered light British inspired treats, as they exchange pleasantries, and sip on perfectly brewed Great Gatsby inspired cocktails. The room will be filled with crisp melodies care of Dandy Wellington and His Band, as he makes his debut into Brooklyn. Your very handsome fashion finds will also be documented with fine photography.
As always, be appropriately clothed in your spring’s very best! This season’s gear is specifically themed plaid and stripes. Tweed accent fabrics like linen, cotton, lace and seersucker, will also work very well. Please make a note that your tweed garments and fine steeds are not going to be showcased at this event, but make sure they are groomed and ready for our much anticipated fall ride.
As always, in true BAT fashion, our most distinguished guests will be rewarded. To continue our work with highlighting the plight of children in need, proceeds from our grand raffle drawing will benefit Feed the Children to provide food, water, blankets and other supplies to the children that were affected by the devastating tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma.
• Grand Raffle (A Brand New Bike!)
• Most Distinguished Chap
• Most Ravishing Lass
• Uniquely New York
• Most Tweed Spirited Lad/Lass
• Most Breath-Taking Accessory
And again we say Excelsior……………………………..!
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