But clearly, whoever was wielding that prescription pad was no main street doctor.
As he continues on his way through the main street, I suggest he pays attention to his right, to the Azza refugee camp.
The whole dune area in Wainscott is washed away and the water came up to main street.
"principal street of a (U.S.) town," 1810. Used allusively to indicate "mediocrity, small-town materialism" from late 19c., especially since publication of Sinclair Lewis's novel "Main Street" (1920).