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Truth: Greenpoint has transformed dramatically in far less than a decade. Today, artists who decamped to Brooklyn's northern-most neighborhood in the 90s to escape Manhattan rents have been joined by, well, much of Manhattan. And high rises. And popped collars. And yet! If a place ever had a spiritual core, it might be Greenpoint. Authentically Polish on one end, artist- and creative-heavy on the other, these are the populations that still suffuse Greenpoint with its...

The Brew Inn

In a neighborhood traditionally known for stick-to-your-ribs Polish fare (Kasia’s, Lomzynianka’s), and more recently, massive, scrupulously curated beer bars (Tørst, Spritzenhaus), Greenpoint’s newly opened The Brew Inn seems the perfect happy medium between the two. Fat, potato-stuffed pierogies and mustard-slathered nubs of kielbasa pass for pub grub, accompanied by the requisite locally sourced suds (Bronx Pale Ale, Coney Island Lager, Captain Lawrence Liquid Gold), and crafty interiors (tap handles serve as doorknobs in the...

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