Plans to introduce a moratorium on liquor licenses have been proposed elsewhere.
The tyranny of the single wall outlet has ended — in Bushwick, anyway.
Get ready for a "’50s-to-’70s California motel aesthetic."
Come here to experience a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
Bunna Café will continue serving vegan Ethiopian food in the vacant space.
The restaurant is now so much more than the sum of its cinder blocks.
Long live the Fitz.
Mazelle opened in May of 2012.
There's hope for those smoked Cheddar hushpuppies yet.
The Vietnamese street food restaurant is now serving spring rolls and pouring Riesling.
Who's going to jar your wild honey now, Bushwick?
A kind of blue law comes to Brooklyn.
Pho and ginger-braised pork belly.
There'll be chocolate trees, though unfortunately no rivers of the stuff.
Bushwick's tiki torch has been snuffed.
We're tempted to declare hipster bagels a trend.
Maybe it's not the end of an era.
Yoga, booze, hot dogs? Check.