Community Partner Page

We exist because of our advertising partners. These businesses support Bushwick Daily and help keep local independent journalism alive in Bushwick. If you enjoy Bushwick Daily consider stopping by these businesses and supporting their efforts!

Neighborhood support comes from, Wonderville Comedy ArcadeDromedary Urban Tiki BarPine Box Rock ShopPARADICE PALASECalabrije’s Margaritas and TacosBunton’s World FamousBushwick Public House.

Additional support comes from Brooklyn Horror Film Festival and Gentlemen’s Barber Shop.

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, returns for its fourth edition from October 17–24, with its jam-packed 2019 slate of diverse feature premieres and over 40 short films. Featuring the years most exciting new horror films including DANIEL ISN’T REAL, GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR, SWALLOW, VFW and more!

Gentlemen’s Barber Shop

205 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Gentlemen’s Barber Shop is the #1 hipster barber shop in Brooklyn that offers all sorts of haircuts from classic to modern style, shaving and shaping beard. We offer the best men’s haircuts, shaves, beard trims. Gentlemen haircuts as well as straight razor shaves. It’s our goal to provide you with the best service. We will strive to listen to your needs and provide the precise Haircut

Wonderville Comedy Arcade

1186 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Welcome to Wonderfuny Bushwicks only Comedy Arcade!

This is a comedy arcade jam! Featuring New York’s funniest, who’ve been on the Daily Show, Colbert and Comedy Central located in a cool arcade. First we laugh then we level-up playing old-school games and indie arcade games. We host a tournament afterwards commentated by comedians and give out prizes to our top players come for the comedy stay for the arcade!

Dromedary Urban Tiki Bar

266 Irving Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

DROMEDARY BAR is a tiki-style cocktail bar and restaurant located in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Follow this page for updates, news, and events.

Bushwick Public House

1288 Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn NY 11221


yup. booze? yup. wifi? 88888888. grilled cheese? yup. creative venue for artists & musicians? yup-yup. date spot? maybe. open 7AM-2/4AM? YUP!!

Hart Bar

538 Hart St, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Hart Bar is a cozy, casual bar that’s less than 3 blocks away from the Kosciuszko J stop. Solid cocktail menu, a comfy layout, good lighting and music add up to a great place to have a few drinks with friends. 

Hart Bar also has an outdoor patio area, a sandwich popup shop and a live music venue.

Bunton’s World Famous

1005 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221

There’s a new spot on Broadway to grab a drink. 

Bunton’s World Famous has a sleek comfortable interior space and a 1,400 square foot patio, with a lushness that may transport you to your favorite tropical destination. Drinks will be a nod to tiki bars and to sexy sultriness of New Orleans after dark – all while eschewing the preening nature of the current crop of over-concepted cocktail lounges.


1031 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Sunnyvale is a big empty room. Within this empty room resides the endless possibilities of creative expression. Artists from around the world can congregate in this neutral environment to tell their own stories and continue the narrative that is New York City culture. As a home for free expression, it is crucial Sunnyvale maintains its position as a safe space, which means freedom from harassment of any type, so that one can feel genuinely free to express themselves. 

Check our their show calendar here

Pine Box Rock Shop

12 Grattan St. Brooklyn, NY 11206

Pine Box Rock Shop is owned and operated by bartenders and musicians. Jeff and Heather Rush have been performing in bands together since 1998. In 2003, that interest brought them from Seattle to Brooklyn. In that time, the couple has supported their musical and alcoholic addictions by slinging drinks at a handful of bars throughout the city. Along the way, they met Colin Peer, a New York native and fellow booze and music hound. The mutual interests of the three resulted in several years of planning and saving. The culmination of their efforts is Pine Box Rock Shop – a place the group has designed to be everything they feel a neighborhood bar and venue should be. Fans of music and drinking are sure to agree.

Located steps from the Morgan Ave L

191 Knickerbocker

191 Knickerbocker Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Located in Bushwick, 191 Knickerbocker serves comfort food from around the world, varying from an Argentinian Empanada to West Indian Fritters and a classic Reuben sandwich. Whether you’re celebrating with friends and family and are looking to enjoy a family style dinner or just simply hungry and ready to eat a massive Chicken Parm entirely by yourself, we’re the place to visit for both simplicity and indulgence.

Located off the Jefferson St L

One Leaf NYC

1161 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206

A do it yourself salad eatery has opened up near Myrtle Avenue and Broadway Avenue.

Karla Munoz– the owner of Cuban bar Bodeguita and much loved Mexican restaurant La Lupe has brought uniquely healthy, but tasty salad bar. Like all of Munoz other businesses, they’re conveniently by the JMZ stop. 

She opened the new restaurant with her business partner Zheni Culjak. They both wanted it to help customers to try new things and bring in flavors from around the world, but in an innovative way. Both women love travel and used that to inspire a lot of the flavors and ideas behind Leaf. 

“We try to give flavor to the ingredients that need cooking and our dressings and keep the purity and freshness of the rest of them,” they said. “We want to make it more personable and engaging with our costumers and provide the space where are Bushwick friends can come for nourishment and some fun.”

La Lupe

9 Jefferson St, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Winner of 2017 Best of Bushwick Tacos

La Lupe, located at 9 Jefferson St., a few minutes from the Myrtle-Broadway JMZ stop, ran away with the taco title with over 40 percent of the vote.

La Lupe’s owner Karla Munoz is more than excited to hold the title.

“The most important thing about running this beautiful business are my employees and the fact that my family are a huge part of the business operations. La Lupe is my mother’s name and I am trying to make her proud and represent her the best I can,” Karla said. “[I have] been part of the Bushwick community for three years now; it’s been so enjoyable. We have met great people and made friends … Life is so much better with tacos, mezcal and tequila.” 

Though La Lupe’s taco title is cause for celebration, the Mexican food hotspot has another wildly under-advertised feature that would win awards: a godly brunch menu.

The taco joint serves up delicious margaritas, burritos, and also brunch every weekend until 3 p.m

Bodeguita BK

6 Suydam St, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Right off the JMZ, there’s a new eatery that’s bringing inventive cocktails, live music, and sultry island feels to the area.

Bodeguita– which means little corner store in Spanish– was recently opened by Karla Munoz, the owner of La Lupe, a much loved local Mexican restaurant and One Leaf, a make it yourself salad restaurant. 

The new spot is also by the JMZ Myrtle Avenue-Broadway Avenue stop and is a collaboration between the owner, her wife Zheni Culjak, her sister Giomar Munoz and her nephew Israel.

It’s a blend of classic meeds modern with moody lighting, a bar with stools, a vintage looking booth and a piano for musical performances. It’s intimate without being too small. 

Paradice Palase

1263 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207

PARADICE PALASE is a curatorial project based in Brooklyn, NY building upon an artist-first, community-minded and inclusive art world model. They are dedicated to furthering the development of artists and building a symbiotic network of patrons and creators. We create accessibility in the arts through artist-made and collaborative shop items, free & low-cost programs and workshops, and an artist stipend program.

Founded in 2017 by Kat Ryals and Lauren Hirshfield, who both previously sought outlets for their artistic and curatorial efforts, PARADICE PALASE is the love child of “DIY” and art world utopia.

They seek to:

  • Develop alternative and sustainable funding methods for the arts
  • Grow their artist and patron networks to increase accessibility for both sides
  • Continuously build relationships with emerging and underrepresented artists

Tiltz Sports Bar & Arcade

Tiltz is an exciting new casual theme concept featuring over 50 Retro and state of the art video games, pinball machines, basketball shooting games and foosball paired with a full service bar featuring a rotating craft beer list. Casual dining will be available with a contemporary culinary twist on the traditional bar and grill. Multiple HD screens to capture all of the televised sports action.

Happy Hour 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

$3 Shots/ $4 Draft Beers

$5 Mortal Kombat Manhattan

$5 Mixed Well Drinks/ $5 Wine

Located off the Morgan L – 942 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Artist & Craftsman Supply

Artist & Craftsman Supply has three Brooklyn locations. One in BushwickWilliamsburg and Park Slope.

The 8,000 sq foot store in Bushwick offers quality art and craft supplies for professionals, students, and children. The employee-owned art supply store has a tradition of hiring artists, serving neighborhoods where artists live and work, and connecting with local arts organizations to expand artistic opportunities in their communities.

Artist & Craftsman Supply is an Employee-Owned company that originated in Portland, ME in 1985. They have 27 locations nation-wide staffed by local artists from all mediums.

Located between the Halsey and Gates J Train Stops – 1449 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221

MetroRock Brooklyn

MetroRock’s goal is to share the passion and adventure of climbing with people of all ages and abilities. For newcomers they offer easy-to-moderate terrain in a controlled and friendly environment. Experienced climbers will find the most thorough and extensive training facilities around, as well as a thriving community of like-minded individuals. The locations serves as “base camp” for the growing population of active climbers and adventure seekers. Plus the staff represent some of the region’s finest climbers, ready to share their experience and enthusiasm with you.

Located off the Jefferson L – 321 Starr St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Millies Cuban Cafe

Millie’s Cuban Cafe is the namesake of Co-Founder and CEO Danny Teran’s mother, who is also featured in the brand’s logo. Danny began his culinary career alongside his brother, Co-Founder and Executive Chef, Albert Teran, with Cuban food trucks Bongo Brothers and Miami Food Machine before making their way into brick and mortar restaurants. Seeking to share some of the Teran family’s signature recipes, Danny and Albert partnered with Co-Founders Pir Granoff and Matt Arnold to launch the Millie’s Cuban Cafe brand and open the first permanent location.

Located near Knickerbocker M Stop – 151 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Precious Metal

Located at 143 Troutman Street between Evergreen and Central across the street from Castle Braid and around the corner from Archie’s Pizza a few blocks from the Central Ave stop on the M train, Precious Metal is in the former location of Body Actualized Center, but the design elements for the bar are a nod to a different previous tenant of the space: it was once a slaughterhouse.

Located off Central Ave M Train – 143 Troutman St, Brooklyn, NY 11206

Calabrije’s Margaritas & Tacos

Right off the Jefferson L Stop sits Calabrije’s, a colorful Mexican bar dedicated to sharing joy through art, music, and most importantly, margaritas.

Calabrije’s is casual – you order at the counter and quality is the priority. They know a good drink doesn’t need to be complicated or fussy, it needs to be well made, delicious and fun.

The 21 margarita flavors, crowned best in the city by New York Magazine’s GrubStreet are made to order with fresh fruit purees, no syrups allowed. This means, as the owner put it, ‘If you like the fruit, you’ll like the margarita.” There are more flavors than the rainbow has colors, as they say. All flavors can be served spicy, with jalapeño infused tequila, on the rocks, or frozen. Guests also combine flavors, like coconut and raspberry or mango and japaleño. 

Located off Jefferson Ave L Train – 234 Starr St, Brooklyn, NY 11237