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Faith's Guidebook

Faith

Faith's Guidebook

Food scene
Delicious food, slightly dark setting, great atmosphere.
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SKYTOWN
921 Broadway
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Delicious food, slightly dark setting, great atmosphere.
Great pizza and definitely get the chocolate salami (it’s not a salami, it’s cookies mashed into a loaf, rolled in chocolate, and sliced up with berries)
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Santa Panza
1079 Broadway
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Great pizza and definitely get the chocolate salami (it’s not a salami, it’s cookies mashed into a loaf, rolled in chocolate, and sliced up with berries)
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La Lupe Cantina
9 Jefferson St
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Excellent buns and ramen
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Buntopia
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Excellent buns and ramen
Wingstop
935 Broadway
Decent bagels, good coffee
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BK Bagels
1120 Broadway
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Decent bagels, good coffee
Best donuts I’ve ever had. MUST go.
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Fat Doughnut
50 Malcolm X Blvd
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Best donuts I’ve ever had. MUST go.
Excellent homemade ice cream treats
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Lady Moo Moo
365 Chauncey Street
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Excellent homemade ice cream treats
This food truck is crazy underestimated. They put EVERYTHING on your sandwich, including crushed potato chips! Must go.
Papelon con Limon
This food truck is crazy underestimated. They put EVERYTHING on your sandwich, including crushed potato chips! Must go.
Yummy and simple breakfasts and brunch. Great flower shop in front.
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Cafe Erzulie
894 Broadway
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Yummy and simple breakfasts and brunch. Great flower shop in front.
This is one of the most famous restaurants in NYC now. Their pizzas are divine. Slightly pricey, but full of Brooklyn locals and hipsters.
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Roberta's
261 Moore St
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This is one of the most famous restaurants in NYC now. Their pizzas are divine. Slightly pricey, but full of Brooklyn locals and hipsters.
Grocery
Huge grocery store for generic needs
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Food Bazaar Supermarket
1102 Myrtle Avenue
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Huge grocery store for generic needs
Great produce and juices
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Mr. Kiwi's
957 Broadway
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Great produce and juices
These guys have TONS of ice cream flavors and organic, vegan, and gluten-fee products
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Sprout Market
984 Broadway
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These guys have TONS of ice cream flavors and organic, vegan, and gluten-fee products
Bar Scene
Great happy hour prices, pin ball, and skee ball. Cute interior.
Old Timers
1157 Myrtle Ave
Great happy hour prices, pin ball, and skee ball. Cute interior.
Fun/ classy dive bar with pin ball, a juke box, and a huge backyard
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Marco's
1071 Broadway
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Fun/ classy dive bar with pin ball, a juke box, and a huge backyard
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Flowers for All Occasions
1114 Dekalb Ave
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Fun queer friendly bar
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Happyfun Hideaway
1211 Myrtle Avenue
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Fun queer friendly bar
Great bar with fun cocktails
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Birdy's
1215 Myrtle Ave
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Great bar with fun cocktails
Sightseeing
Sweet local peak with playground, dog park, and barbeques.
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Maria Hernandez Park
Knickerbocker Ave
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Sweet local peak with playground, dog park, and barbeques.
Take the L train to Jefferson Street for one of Brooklyn’s most incredible street art displays. The vivid stretch—which snakes up Troutman Street and bends into Saint Nicholas Avenue—was founded by Bushwick native Joseph Ficalora, who aimed to transform the grimy, crime-ridden neighborhood he grew up in into a vibrant showcase. Ficalora isn’t an artist but a curator who has worked tirelessly to secure all the necessary permits for hundreds of artists—including Parisian phenom Blek le Rat, often regarded as the father of stencil graffiti—to legally display their work. From Yok & Sheryo’s wicked motorcycle spread to Beau Stanton’s awesome “Kraken,” the compendium of scapes is a sight for sore eyes.
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The Bushwick Collective
427 Troutman St
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Take the L train to Jefferson Street for one of Brooklyn’s most incredible street art displays. The vivid stretch—which snakes up Troutman Street and bends into Saint Nicholas Avenue—was founded by Bushwick native Joseph Ficalora, who aimed to transform the grimy, crime-ridden neighborhood he grew up in into a vibrant showcase. Ficalora isn’t an artist but a curator who has worked tirelessly to secure all the necessary permits for hundreds of artists—including Parisian phenom Blek le Rat, often regarded as the father of stencil graffiti—to legally display their work. From Yok & Sheryo’s wicked motorcycle spread to Beau Stanton’s awesome “Kraken,” the compendium of scapes is a sight for sore eyes.