From the NY Times:
In Whitestone, Queens, there is a tiny fish store that thinks it is a music store.
Its name is Porgy & Bass, and it is owned by a 61-year-old woman named Jane Cho, whose love of Gershwin is obvious.
But her main man is Mozart, and one of his violin concertos filled the cramped shop on Wednesday evening as Ms. Cho was closing. Musical witticisms were written on the handwritten sign offering fish specials.
Fish dumplings were being sold by the “ensemble”; one could buy a “solo” portion or a “chorus” portion. On the shelves, the Old Bay seasoning shared space with a Mozart biography. Stray display signs — Stuffed Clams $2.39; Sea Scallops $11.99 — lay next to Pavarotti recordings. A small portrait of Beethoven hung next to the Board of Health certification.
Ms. Cho, a Korean immigrant, said she opened the place five years ago and named it after the Gershwin opera.