Central Station – new restaurant & bar catering to industry workers now open in Bushwick

Central Station: 84 Central Avenue, on the Jefferson stop in Bushwick

They’re open late and, best of all, they have an enormous patio for drinks and dining outdoors. From Bushwick Daily:

Get ready, Bushwick servers (and bartenders and chefs and dishwashers and bakers and hell, just regular old drinkers and diners) a new bar/restaurant is opening on Central Ave, and they hope to cater to those ‘industry veterans’ that like to be fed after they feed everybody and that always make the best tippers.

And more information from Bedford & Bowery:

[Co-owner] Peter Simon, who’s lived in Bushwick for six years, found himself craving somewhere to grab a late-night bite while coming home from shifts at Fatty Cue Brooklyn. Here, he hopes to serve the many hospitality workers in the ‘hood facing the same predicament by offering a relatively small menu of New American cuisine until 1:30 a.m.

Small on selection doesn’t mean small on flavor: the plates presided over by chef Joe Vigorito (previously of Lupa, Dell’anima and L’Artusi) come in generous portions. There are hummus toasts (the chunky spread is served with olive-oil crisped hunks of ciabatta), fish sticks (deep-fried bricks of delicately flaking cod on a pool of zingy remoulade) and a sizable burger.

More infomation at centralstationnyc.com.

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