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Bushwick’s Belgian Diner + A Theater Where You Can Watch Movies at the Bar

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Exploring new restaurants in New York is one of the best reasons to live here, so we're sending you straight to Benelux. A classic pub with a young, artistically-minded aesthetic (we love the blue-and-white palette, the massive summery front facade mural, and those gorgeous orb chandeliers), this Belgian diner may be new, but it already boasts a fully-realized identity—and that's largely thanks to its inventive menu. Order the “Belgian classic” (a Mitraillette sandwich stuffed with fries), some ridiculously delish sausages (shout-out to the cheddarwurst), and a vegetarian waterzooi. As for dessert? The stroopwafel ice cream sandwich is divine.

After dinner, grab a drink at the Syndicated Bar Theater Kitchen, then follow it up with a movie. Everything about this place is worth a visit—from its fresh spin on Art Deco designs to the centered marble bar, to the mid-century-mod eat-in/drink-in theater. Tickets run for $7 if you want to kick back at the theater itself, but there are a number of screens lining the walls of the bar if you prefer a more laid-back, classic bar hangout kind of night. As for their craft drinks, the Drag Me to Hell and The Squid & the Whale aren’t “shoulds,” but “musts.”

Benelux

25 Bogart Street, Brooklyn

Syndicated Bar Theater Kitchen

25 Bogart Street, Brooklyn

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