34 "Bushwick"Restaurants in New York.
Roberta's is the most important pizza joint in New York City, and this commune of Brooklyn culture only gets better with age.
Down the street from the L train Jefferson stop in Bushwick, you'll find the a garage serving some of the city’s best tacos.
We love La Isla Cuchifritos for the fact that a) it’s cheap and delicious, and b) it sort of feels like you’re grubbing in tropical Puerto Rico rather than not-so-tropical Brooklyn.
A nice, big Bushwick restaurant with interesting pastas. It's not quite a destination, but it's a nice addition to the neighborhood.
Arrogant, yes. Swine, yes. Authentic North Carolina BBQ? Maybe not so much.
Lucy's Vietnamese in Bushwick survives with only two menu items (pho and pho ban mi) because they're both very good. Go with the brisket versions.
At Arepera Guacuco in Bushwick you can get thick corn patties filled with pork shoulder and plantains. That's reason enough for you to get there.
Hi Hello is a quaint spot off the Jefferson subway entrance in Bushwick. Head here for low-key dinner, and get the burger.
Maite is a small European spot mixing it up in Bushwick. Use it for date night or a group dinner when you're sick of the pizza scene.
Mominette is a Bushwick standby best used for their outdoor brunch and excellent oyster happy hour.
Queen of Falafel is a tiny spot (attached to House of Yes) serving the freshest and tastiest Mediterranean food in Bushwick.
Archie's in Bushwick is where you go for pizza by the slice, a full bar, and the kind of atmosphere that's great if you're already a little drunk.