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Molasses Books, on Hart Street in Bushwick, fulfills a need that most people didn’t know they had. Reading books, an activity that’s pleasurable on its own, is even better when enhanced by a cold beer and a pleasant environment, and so Matthew Winn’s little store is a great addition to the neighborhood. Molasses is a top-notch secondhand bookshop, that also hosts readings and DJs, and, for those who are into the idea of getting...
Bushwick has a lot of little spots that you discover and wonder how you possibly lived without them. The Bodega, off the Jefferson Avenue stop on the L train, is precisely that kind of place. It's dark and cool, with flickering candles and small plates, best suited for reading a book, drinking a beer and picking at a bowl of salted almonds. The Bodega is a prime example of what a neighborhood haunt should...
  Perched on an unassuming corner of Bedford Avenue, Mugs Ale House seems like your standard dive bar, but step inside, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover that it’s actually a craft beer oasis.  Beer nerdery aside, Mugs really does have something for everyone: a jukebox for your picky friend who hates fun but loves metal, bar food that's like the diner from your hometown in the best way, and a selection of beers...
  All neighborhoods have their own hidden gems, the little coffee shops that let you sit for hours nursing a  single mug of pour-over, or the bookstore tucked away on a residential street with ample comfy chairs and a very lenient browsing policy. Or, maybe a corner flower shop, dark but comforting, like something out of a  dimly-lit romantic comedy, that just happens to turn into a bar after hours. This is the beauty of...