This Asian Restaurant Is Heavily Tied to New York City's Music Scene
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Meet Kichin: a Bushwick staple that's almost as obsessed with the NYC music scene as we are with them. They started out serving food at music venue Baby’s All Right and recently opened a storefront of their very own. The sit-down restaurant serves dishes like mussels with kimchi and anchovy butter and Korean rice cakes with halloumi cheese and mozzarella. It’s not your basic Asian fare, but it’s worth getting out of your comfort zone for. If you want to take things to the next level, take a peek at the cocktail menu. You’ll certainly feel ‘Some Type of Way’ after sipping on this namesake drink, which combines curacao, tequila, lime and spice for a feisty start to any evening.
When you finish your meal, head on over to Birdy’s. A local and beloved dive bar, this 70s-themed joint comes complete with retro lighting, booths and Christmas lights. The best part? No sticker shock here, and no need to break the bank to have a good time. FYI, they are cash only.
1264 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn
1215 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn