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-- our coverage continues to sandy barrels right into New York City Fox Business is Robert Gray joins us now from Battery Park that's on lower Manhattan's tip.
It is one of the most vulnerable flood zones in the city Robert how does that look there.
Now right now lizards okay sort of calm before the storm if you -- had some -- and -- a surge earlier this morning over the seawall behind me.
Right now it is again pretty calm load side but we're joined by restaurants are polity -- of course -- -- battery gardens restaurant here and he's been.
Cut -- -- the hostess here on his patio back patio all -- restaurants closed today and involved tell us what you're seeing so far has it very you're here for -- last year and several other hurricanes in the past.
But these this year it has been that so far to my surprise -- -- highest side -- gets creative ferment not a over the that's gone down a little bit.
But they expect the bigger wonderment and them who never was and avoid the by the -- We gotta be -- for the best and.
Now you were closed audited obviously it's -- colosio's a setback today but obviously your employees couldn't get -- Tell me your thoughts on -- -- shutting on the city outdated dance.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Initiatives personally do -- -- -- this these images service Arab main events mean what able to fit you know day events and functions and everybody and happy about.
-- and transportation resident of the problem.
All right Monica ideas the -- security -- operator here at battery gardens -- -- as we should also note.
If you're out walking around grants at Gmail recognize his face from uncle -- pizza they delivered all the way down town are very hungry fox curve move -- that the.
Thank you to -- I've been to that wonderful battery gardens restaurant many times and then he doesn't bang up job fantastic so thanks to him and all the business owners.
Who are really putting up.