Must-See Bushwick

Must-See Bushwick

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    Thanks to longtime resident Joseph Ficalora, Bushwick attracts street artists from around the world to legally paint walls. This corner is a great spot to start your tour.
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    This former industrial space is now home to craftspeople, artists, photographers, and other creative types. NURTUREart and Momenta always have interesting exhibitions.
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    This vegan Ethiopian joint earned a cult following at pop-ups all over town, and now packs in the crowds at its brick-and-mortar restaurant. The feast for 2 (or 3 or 4) lets you try just about everything.
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    The whole neighborhood, from the newly arrived hipsters to the multigenerational Dominican families, can be found here on a warm, sunny day.
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    Part bar, part club, all fun. Try the signature flamingo cocktail: watermelon, lime, and honey mixed with Tito's Handmade Vodka.
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    This yoga studio and coffee shop by day morphs into a biker bar at night. Depending on your interests, you might never have to leave.
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    On your way into this vegan bar for a night of punk rock karaoke or trivia, be sure to admire the mural by street artist ROA.
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    Better Than Jam is our favorite store in Bushwick, selling one-of-a-kind frocks, jewelry, and housewares. But this former textile mill has several other stores worth browsing.
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    The most famous restaurant in the neighborhood (heck, maybe all of Brooklyn), but don't let that stop you. The bee sting pizza can't be beat.
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    Few lunches are as perfect as a pabellon criollo (the national dish of Venezuela, with rice, shredded beef, salty cheese, black beans, and fried plantains) chased with a cocada (a coconut milkshake).
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