Escape to Houdini's for Wood-Fired Pizza Before Sneaking Away for a Cocktail
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Houdini Kitchen Laboratory may take you a little longer to get to than your neighborhood pizza spot (it's 10 stops into BK on the L), but it's worth the trip. This wood-fired pizzeria is located in a repurposed brewery from the 1800s. The big pizzas are just $12, and they have several affordable bottles of wine. The Queen Pizza is their classic margherita pie, and whatever you do, make sure this creamy concoction lands on your table. Their namesake pizza—the Houdini Green Pizza—is topped with vegetables and goat cheese and just as delicious. All in all, it makes for a cheap and fun date night on the outskirts of Bushwick.
After delighting in Houdini's pizza, stop by nearby Industry 1332 for Latin American tapas or just a fun cocktail to keep the good times rolling. They have some pretty rad signature drinks—like the Bushwick Sour and Irving Square Sidecar.
Houdini Kitchen Laboratory
1563 Decatur Street, Ridgewood
1332 Halsey Street, Brooklyn