“One of the shiniest, newest, and most successful immigrant communities in New York these days is white Brooklyn.” So starts part two of Fresh Off The Boat’s New York episode, wherein a certain Mister Edwyn Huang wanders into the gentrified urban jungle that are the communities of Williamsburg, Bushwick, and East Williamsburg (which is actually the name of a Real Neighborhood). Places mentioned: Momo Sushi, the Bushwick Food Co-Op, and Peter Luger, the centuries-old steakhouse which brought white people to Brooklyn before white people going to Brooklyn was cool.
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