We’d still go to Little Mo if it was far away from the subway, but we’re also glad it doesn’t have to come to that. This is an affordable Vietnamese counter-service place right off of the Myrtle JMZ in Bushwick with excellent banh mi, rice bowls, and pho. They have a small selection of beer and cider, and everyone eating here would be happy to explain the story behind their tattoos if prompted. Come for lunch or a casual date with someone who might one day have your mom in their phone contacts.
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