‘Breast’ Served Daily at Bond 45 in Times Square
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Start stacking those singles.
In Times Square, a bit of seedy past has crept up. It would certainly appear as though the Bond 45 restaurant is now serving ample portions of “Breast” on the menu. Classic neon fail.
The restaurant itself is nine years old, having taken retail real estate originally occupied by Bond Clothes in the 1940s. This was dubbed the “Cathedral of Clothing” at the time due to its extravagance. Three years after the 1977 closing, the enormous space became Bond International Casino, made famous by The Clash in the summer of 1981. The punk outfit played a string of seventeen shows in promotion of the Sandinista! record, ushering them into the mainstream.