A quiet, residential, tree-lined street, this stretch of 77th features the expected elements one would find up in this area of Manhattan. The eastern corner is home to the Barking Dog Luncheonette - which seems to be a typical diner, though the interior appears to be a bit nicer than what one would normally expect. Outside Barking Dog there's a Dalmatian-themed hydrant which seems to solidify their devotion to canines....somehow.
The street is filled with many great pre and post-war buildings featuring a plethora of architectural elements to admire. There's your typical "across-the-street-from-each-other" dueling parking garages, one of which features some inexplicable fontage on their sign, the other with a ramp up to nowhere. There's a nondescript church of some sort (the sign featured Cyrillic lettering, so I'm at a loss for what it said.) There's a lot of brick buildings and red doors, which tend to make me happy. There isn't much to do here, but it's a nice enough block to stroll down.