86 "Bushwick" Restaurants in New York.
Ollie’s has Gushers, Cheetos, and ice cream for dogs. More importantly, this Bushwick spot also has some very good ice cream for humans.
Hills Kitchen is a West African spot in Bushwick serving things like chicken with joloff, dense meat pies, and a variety of rich stews.
Heaven or Las Vegas is a bar in Bushwick with a dance floor, lots of neon, and a bunch of stuffed animals hanging from the ceiling.
With their housemade tortillas and garlicky carne asada, Taqueria Al Pastor serves the best tacos in Bushwick. Stop by for a quick meal.
Foster Sundry is a gourmet butcher shop in Bushwick where you can get coffee and a great biscuit sandwich.
Kichin is a Korean restaurant in Bushwick that stays open late on weekends and serves some excellent fried chicken.
If you spend anytime near the Jefferson L Stop in Bushwick, you should know about Union Pizza Works for a casual night out with friends or your kids.
The Turk’s Inn is a fun spot in Bushwick modeled on an old Wisconsin supper club. You mostly go for the atmosphere, but the food is pretty decent.
Hartbreakers is a casual vegan spot in Bushwick where you can get a good fried “chicken” sandwich and a side of waffle fries.
Amituofo is a vegan restaurant in Bushwick that serves Asian-inspired dishes and is great for casual group dinners.
Abe’s Pagoda is a big spot in Bushwick that looks like a cross between a tiki bar and a pirate ship. Stop by on a Saturday, and bring a group.
The Ledge is a little rooftop bar overlooking the semi-industrial landscape of Bushwick and East Williamsburg, and it’s ideal for a low-key drink.
Avant Gardner is a large event space in Bushwick that hosts some of the best parties and events in Brooklyn.
Bushniwa is a fairly straightforward Japanese restaurant in Bushwick where you can get some pretty good sushi.