Mominette is a charming Bushwick standby that’s a good bet for brunch on their back patio. If it’s cold outside, another good reason to hit this place is their $1 oyster happy hour (5-7pm). Otherwise, the food isn’t going to blow your mind but it’s affordable and generally tasty.
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