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Bushwick Fall Restaurant Preview: Your Sneak Peak of 7 Delicious New Places — Restaurants on Bushwick Daily

Bushwick Fall Restaurant Preview: Your Sneak Peak of 7 Delicious New Places

Fall is a popular time for bar and restaurant openings. This season, we have a lot to look forward to! A bevy of new places will open in the neighborhood: and here's a little preview of the big ones!

1. Cape House - 2 Knickerbocker Avenue

Image by Suzanna Heldring for Bushwick Daily

This bar and restaurant is based off Cape Cod style "clam shacks" that specialize in fried seafood from Ipswich, Massachusettes. Expect fried whole belly clams and scallops, haddock & fries, and burgers balanced out with some healthier options such as grilled seafood and market veggie dishes. Upstairs and outside will hold the bar and restaurant while downstairs is a lounge dedicated to, live music, DJs and late-night nightlife.

Projected opening date: October 6th

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Cape House

 2 Knickerbocker Avenue, off the Morgan stop on the L

 website TBA

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2. Molly's Milk Truck Sweet & Savory - 214 Knickerbocker avenue

Image courtesy of Molly's Milk Truck

The owners behind the food truck are opening a brick-and-mortar location to bring healthy late-night munchies to Bushwick!

Projected opening date: October

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Molly's Milk Truck Sweet & Savory

 214 Knickerbocker Avenue between Troutman Street & Jefferson Street

 http://www.mollysmilktruck.com/

 Hours TBA

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Follow the Molly's Milk Truck Sweet & Savory on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

3. Jupiter Disco - 1237 Flushing avenue

Image courtesy of Instagram/houseundermagic

This soon-to -open bar is decorated in a sci-fi style that evokes memories of Alien or The Terminator: Think lots of neon lights and sophisticated sound systems. Owners Al Sotack and Maks Pazuniak have lots of cocktail experience and bonded over a mutual love of music and science fiction to create their ideal bar.

Projected opening date: Mid-October

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Jupiter Disco

 1237 Flushing Avenue between Wyckoff Avenue & St. Nicholas Avenue

 Website TBA

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Follow the Jupiter Disco on Facebook and Instagram.

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4. Ichiran - 374 Johson Avenue

Image courtesy of Ichiran

This chain Ramen noodle restaurant from Japan is opening its first US location right here in Bushwick. They specialize in tonkotsu broth where guests can specify flavor strength and intensity.

Projected opening date: October 8th

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Ichiran

 374 Johnson Avenue between Bogart Street & Morgan Avenue

 https://www.ichiran.co.jp/english/

 Hours TBA

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Follow the Ichiran on Facebook and Instagram.

5. Bunker - 99 Scott Avenue

Image courtesy of Google Maps

The small Vietnamese restaurant in Maspeth, Queens is opening its second, larger location in Bushwick, and the new location comes complete with outdoor seating and a full bar.

Projected opening date: to be announced.

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Bunker

 99 Scott Avenue between Randolph Street & Meserole Street

 http://bunkervietnamese.com/

 Hours TBA

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Follow the Bunker on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

6. Guadalupe Inn - 1 Knickerbocker Avenue

Image courtesy of Sinclair Smith & Co.

The team behind Mexican restaurants Mesa Coyoacan and Zona Rosa in Williamsburg will open a third restaurant in Bushwick. The Mexico City-born chef Ivan Garcia plans focus on authentic Mexican cuisine rooted in tradition. The dining room can also be transformed into an venue for events if desired.

Projected opening date: Mid-October

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Guadalupe Inn

 1 Knickerbocker Avenue off Johnson Avenue

 Website TBA

 Hours TBA

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Social Media TBA

7. Brooklyn Cider House - 1100 Flushing Avenue

Image courtesy of Brooklyn Cider House

The owners behind Brooklyn Cider House were inspired by the ciders they came across in Basque Country, Spain. They have a range of them from, bubbly, to dry, to sweet, to savory. All are made as naturally as possible with apples picked in Upstate New York. This Fall we will get a bar and tasting room for these handcrafted ciders.

Projected opening date: November

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Brooklyn Cider House

 1100 Flushing Avenue between Porter Avenue and Varick Avenue

 http://brooklynciderhouse.com/

 Hours TBA

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Follow the Brooklyn Cider House on Instagram.

Cover photo: via ICHIRAN Facebook page.

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