Time Out says
A giant elephant mural ushers guests into this Mediterranean spot, offering dishes such as seared tuna with duck fried rice and cocktails named after neighborhoods, like an anise-and-rye Red Hook milk punch.
970 Flushing Ave
|Cross street:||between Central Ave and Forrest St|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Morgan Ave|
|Price:||Average entrée: $11. AmEx, Disc, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–11pm|
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The outdoor space at Forrest Point is the best reason to go. The drinks are good, but the menu leans towards the dry side. (Personally, I have a sweet tooth so it wasn't for me, but the friends I came here with loved it.) It's a great spot to hang out at for a few hours, but make sure that you come on the earlier side if you're trying to sit outside.
Forrest Point has a really awesome outdoor space that separates it from the rest of the bars in Bushwick. It sits on the triangular "point" of Flushing and Forrest Street, and the outdoor patio has a cobblestone floor and plenty of tables for eating and drinking. Inside is a rustic-chic room with a couch area, tables, and a bar. Honestly, the cocktails here aren't very good, but I think the food is worth it. The restaurant offers a diverse menu, and everything is pretty inexpensive. I would recommend the eggplant sandwich and the mediterranean platter. The tuna tartare tacos are admittedly a little weird.