As the Morgan and Jefferson stop sprawl continues to grow, a chic new bar and restaurant by the Halsey stop recently opened:
The Halsey Stop is blowing up! If you’ve passed by in recent months, you probably noticed the transformation of the old party hall into one of the Halsey L stop’s first major restaurants. Industry 1332‘s opening has definitely been carefully paced and gradual, but it’s an opening that merits excitement and anticipation—the atmosphere is dope and the food is bomb.
The venue itself, on the corner of Irving and Halsey, has an unadorned, lo-fi aesthetic which harkens back to Bushwick’s industrial roots: reclaimed wood, exposed brick walls and tables made of concrete tops and rebar legs. A Bushwick resident for over 15 years, co-owner Ariel Infante saw the need for the kind of place that combined a chic, rugged modern edge with remnants of Bushwick’s past. “The industrial history of Bushwick was a predominant factor to our whole decor scheme,” Ariel said. “‘Bushwick’ means wooded district, hence the beautiful reclaimed wood flooring throughout the entire space.”
Have you been to Industry 1332? Let us know what you think.