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Everything you can eat and drink at Taste of Bushwick tomorrow

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Jennifer P
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With all the awesome food festivals this summer in New York, you can pretty much put your beach-body goals to rest. (Let’s face it: all-you-can-eat for an affordable fee is too good to pass up). And you should start fasting now, as you’ll need to save your appetite for the third annual Taste of Bushwick on Tuesday 14 at 6:30pm.

If you haven’t explored the delicacies of this trendy neighborhood, now’s the perfect opportunity to sample over 40 of the nabe’s finest eateries and bar offerings on one block. Tickets ($50, purchase here) give you access to all the food and drink you can swallow at the event, and the price benefits the OBIE Award-winning non-profit theater The Bushwick Starr. Yep, you’re gorging for a good cause! 

The festival is located at Frank Brunckhorst LLC (a.k.a. Boar’s Head) distribution plant at 24 Rock Street (enter at Bogart St). We hear that Syndicated—the amazing dine-in movie theater that charges $3 per ticket—will be serving grub like lamb sliders and Fair Weather Bushwick is bringing a specialty Mac & Cheese dish, but these are only a few highlights compared to the mouth-watering list of participants below.

Vendors:  

Deep dish pizza from late-night fave Archie's Bar + Pizza

Pakistani BBQ from BK JANI

Taste of Bushwick’s event sponsor and host, Boar's Head Provisions

Charming wine bar The Bodega

Bushwick’s very own Braven Brewing Company

Vegan baked goods from the newly-opened Brooklyn Whiskers Bakery

All-natural drinks from Bruce Cost Ginger Beer

The inspired vegan-Ethiopian cuisine from Bunna Cafe

Locally-sourced and organic foods from the Bushwick Food Coop

All-natural, loose-leaf cold-brewed teas from Costa Brava Tea

Fresh-brewed coffee and espresso drinks by Express Yourself Barista Bar

New American cuisine from chef John Creger of Fair Weather Bushwick

Chef Kevin Adey’s hit house-made–pasta emporium Faro

House-made treats from the neighborhood chocolatiers FINE & RAW

Middle-Eastern inspirations from Forrest Point

Murray’s Cheese veteran Aaron Foster’s new Knickerbocker Ave market Foster Sundry

Natural, biodynamic and organic wines from Henry's Wine & Spirit

Specialty provisions and beer shop Hops & Hocks

A soothing South Pacific drink, brewed from the all-natural kava herb, by House of Kava

Soon-to-open wine and spirits purveyors Irving Bottle

Sustainable coffee kings Lofted Coffee Roasters

Maite, chef Ella Schmidt’s farm-driven Basque-Colombian restaurant

Classic French bistro favorites from Mominette Bistro

“A sliver of the backwoods” from roadhouse Montana's Trail House

Brigadeiros, a Brazilian sweet made with condensed milk, cocoa and butter, by My Sweet

The Japanese Izakaya, Okiway, specializing in okonomiyaki and eclectic small plates

Owney’s Rum by The Noble Experiment NYC

Fresh, all-natural popsicles to benefit animal protection from Pawpsicle

Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare from Queen of Falafel at House of Yes

Elevated British-West Indian pub food by The Rookery

Sea Wolf offering locally sourced surf-and-turf, happy-hour oysters and frozen-drinks specials

Sunrise/Sunset from Henry’s Wine & Spirits owner Henry Glucroft

Bushwick’s new restaurant-bar-movie theater, Syndicated Bar • Theater • Kitchen

New Orleans-style BBQ from Simon Glenn’s Tchoup Shop @ Heavy Woods

Southern-inspired newcomer Terra Firma

Craft beer from The Sampler

By the team behind the former Dear Bushwick, the officially re-opened Sincerely Burger with a brand-new burger-centric menu, and beverage laboratory Yours Sincerely

Bushwick-based Mexican joint Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos

Retro grocery and deli Twin Suns Deli

Photograph: Courtesy Francisco Bravo

Photograph: Courtesy Francisco Bravo

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