The viral “Bushwick aesthetic” that New York transplants can’t get enough of, the fashion girlies are sick of, and natives are disturbed by.
Explore the abandoned spaces of a 19th-century Bushwick Brewery through a new art installation that connects its past, present, and future!
See inside the abandoned subterranean beer vaults of the landmarked William Ulmer Brewery in Bushwick, Brooklyn!
On November 9, join Untapped New York Insiders for a members-only tour of William Ulmer Brewery, a historic brewery located in Bushwick. You will tour this quintessential example of pre-Prohibition brewery architecture with Jordan Rogove, co-founder of DXA studio.
Containing the oldest Dutch colonial house in New York City and statues honoring World War I soldiers, Bushwick has many secrets.
Hiding in plain sight, a miniature cinema in Bushwick showcases beautiful short films 24 hours a day. The Peephole Cinema is a creative reminder to slow down and observe the unusual.
Ichiran, the renown ramen shop from Japan offers solo dining booths in both its Bushwick location and its future midtown Manhattan location.
An Untapped Cities guide to the food, drink, historical, and cultural spots not to miss when in Bushwick – a mecca for creatives in Brooklyn.
The oldest aquaponic venture in Brooklyn, Oko Farms has been operating since 2013 in Bushwick growing a variety of fish and plants which are sold locally.
Former curator of 5Pointz Aerosol Art center, Meres One and street artists have a new exhibit inside Brooklyn Reclaimed, a furniture company in Bushwick.