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The team behind the Bodega wine bar named this spin-off after the original 17th-century Dutch translation of Bushwick, back when the hip 'hood was a thick forest. The decor of the 40-seat space reflects the nabe's rustic past, with the dim lights illuminating swords and taxidermied ravens hanging on the walls. A wide selection of whiskeys, tequilas and mescals, along with 14 draft beers, complement a menu of pub-food classics like po' boys and chicken wings.