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Neighborhood trailblazers Northeast Kingdom opened up shop in 2005, serving New American, locavore-friendly cuisine to the then-emerging neighborhood. Today, Bushwick is in full bloom, and Northeast Kingdom remains one of its hotspots, dishing out locally sourced dinner entrees like grass-fed beef burgers, skate wing, dry aged duck, crab salad and tortellini, served with sides of locally grown vegetables.