This Aussie Spot In Bushwick Is Entirely Pink & Serves Breakfast All Day
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Tonight, pregame with a bit of the gold stuff at The Well. With 60 drafts on tap and over 140 bottled beers, their knowledgeable bartenders will be sure to recommend something you'll love. The space is super cool—imagine an old industrial factory with super high ceilings (it's literally housed in the former Hittleman Brewery, a historic building erected in 1867), massive beams and an adjacent 11,000 square foot private outdoor space. See what's coming up next on their calendar here. Cheers!
Next, walk out of the 19th century and into Carthage Must Be Destroyed. While you wouldn’t be able to tell from the name, this Australian diner is an Instagrammer’s dream—breakfast (meaning avocado toast) is served all day, and everything is awash in Millennial pink. There’s no signage here (nor reservations), so don't feel lost or confused when you’ll have to walk down the driveway at Bogart Street to find the place. A word to the wise, which might cramp your style: all guests are handed a full list of “rules” upon being seated, and most of them involve photography. You’re cautioned to only take photos “within your personal space,” though if you’re willing to risk a few disgruntled hipsters, photograph those pink walls at your own risk.
272 Meserole Street, Brooklyn
Carthage Must Be Destroyed
222 Bogart Street, Brooklyn