Beer hall Lantern Hall is giving you even more reason to kick back and enjoy a beer with their newly rolled out 50 cent wings.
Care for some fries with that burrito? Yes, fries!
The classic, affordable spot is opening up in the Olam Signs location now that the former business has moved over to Broadway.
Mominette began offering dollar priced oysters this past August and Bushwick hasn’t looked back since.
The Rookery has been serving you up English pub food and pints on Troutman Street for three years now. Go show your love at its birthday party this week!
Nearly 100 Brooklyn restaurants, including Ample Hills Creamery, the Kimchi Taco Truck and Butter and Scotch participate in the service, which will deliver to your door until 1 a.m.
This unassuming storefront off Myrtle-Wyckoff packs a serious punch with its distinctive twist on traditional Mexican cuisine.
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza chain, famous for its thick and cheesy slices satisfying late-night munchies, is opening its eighth location with mixed reviews from locals.
When “Norberts III” opened in February, proprietors told Bushwick Daily they were hoping to have a license to serve beer and wine in time for picnics in their big, beautiful yard. They’ve done it!
On a quiet, industrial street in East Williamsburg, tens of thousands of delicious noodles and dumplings are being produced every day to be delivered to a plate near you.
Ever wanted to sit down to a multi-course meal amid birds of paradise and succulents? Well, now’s your chance.
Broadway and Gates is the busy location of a subway stop, a convenient cross-Brooklyn bus, and now, a coffee shop to serve commuters and locals alike.
The satisfying, decadent fare in this unassuming new East Williamsburg eatery totally hits the spot and will have diners coming back for more again and again.
Just weeks after Alaska closed its doors forever, a new bar called Wayward Social is almost ready take its place at 35 Ingraham St.
Is it mixing liquor and beer if the liquor is baked into cupcakes? Probably no, right?
Radiant Pig Craft Beers wants to open in Bushwick, and the owners hope to find like-minded investors to help them get off the ground.
It’s not an easy feat to make it as a restaurant in New York. Bushwick food and drink scene has been a witness to that.
Founded by a trio of friends who bonded over their love of good beer, a new brewery on Troutman Street hopes to bring Bushwick beer brewing back to its former glory.
A new local taqueria serving the regional cuisine of Mexico City is open on Stanhope street—and the head chef, an alum of the Life Cafe and 983 Bushwick’s Living Room, has worked his magic once again.
Newest installment of Stranger Than Bushwick comic by Jeremy Nguyen takes a closer look at our clumsy butts…
Care for some Cambodian fare with your craft cocktail?
You only live once, so you might as well eat pizza for brunch.
Perhaps you don’t care because in Bushwick we get a lot of celebrity appearances as it is, Roberta’s Pizza being responsible for a bunch of them, but we thought we’d mention anyway
Bushwick Food Coop and the Doe Fund (of the Ready, Willing & Able program) have partnered to make sure you can satisfy your sweet tooth while also doing good within the community. The profits from a special line of treats made by trainees and graduates of The Doe Fund’s Culinary Arts program will benefit the fund’s […]
Last week, proprietors of Ingraham Street bar Alaska made a sad announcement on their Facebook page: the bar will shutter its doors on July 3rd
Another coffee spot pops up in Ridgewood, this time in a beer hall.
A delicious Southeast Asian menu will be on offer at Bushwick’s Bodega bar next week, and it will represent the flavors and techniques of cooking of a culinary tradition with a lot less visibility than Thailand’s or Vietnam’s