Street art is becoming more mainstream in many megacities. Once hidden and seen as destructive to the facade of buildings, street art is becoming an increasingly more recognized form of art and attracting more followers, young and old. Most common are Miami's Wynwood, England's Banksy, Brazil's Beco de Batman and Peru's Barranco street art. New York's Bushwick has always been an artistic neighborhood, filled with photographers, painters and actors living in loft apartments and working in art studios. As with most emerging cool neighborhoods settled by artists, more and more millennials are flocking to Bushwick for cool and affordable living. Bushwick's cool dive bars, rooftop films, Roberta' s pizza and art exhibitions are popping up on streets lined with concrete factories and food processing plants
So many head to Downtown Brooklyn for pizza but local's head to Bushwick. It's not fancy but it has some of the best crust in town. If you go in the summer be sure to sit outside at their picnic tables and tiki bar.