There's no shortage of things to do in Bushwick.
The neighborhood, a predominantly Hispanic community, has become a haven for artists and 20-somethings as more bars and restaurants pop up around town. Whether you're in the mood for a great taco or a unique cocktail, you'll likely find it in this part of Brooklyn.
Bushwick is easily accessed by the L train, but with the looming shutdown, it may become harder to get there. The J and M trains also stop in the landlocked neighborhood, which is bordered by Bed-Stuy, East Williamsburg and Ridgewood.
Here's what to do and see around Bushwick.
Discover your next go-to brunch spot
Walk around and check out the graffiti
Eat lunch at Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos
Shop around at vintage stores
Grab a coffee (or wine) and enjoy a book at Molasses
Enjoy a drink and snack at Sunrise/Sunset
Have dinner at Sincerely Burger
Grab a beer at The Rookery