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You can stumble across extraordinary food just about anywhere in Brooklyn, from a literal hole in the wall in Crown Heights, to a Walgreens parking lot in Mill Basin.And in Bushwick, your best bet is to try poking around into dive bars, where you’ll find Sichuan-inspired burgers and chicken wings cooked in a shack in the front yard of The Johnson’s and--just a short ways down Troutman Street--an array of Burmese noodle bowls, prepared...
Photos by Rory Gunderson Chul Kim had never worked in a restaurant. He had, however, just walked away from a decade working in the Financial District. “I just one day felt like I hadn’t made anything,” he said. “I was trying to figure out what to do with myself, and my two interests came down to food and drinking.” And thus, Dokebi—the Williamsburg joint famous for its Korean tacos—was born. We drove around Brooklyn and...
Mark Stewart, better known as Stew, won a Tony in 2008 for Passing Strange, a semi-autobiographical musical about coming of age while traveling in Europe, which he wrote and performed with his collaborator and now ex-girlfriend Heidi Rodewald. Stew and Rodewald are currently working on a new cycle of songs, and in January released, as Stew & The Negro Problem, a new album called Making It, which deals in part with their break-up (and...

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