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Old 07-31-2018, 06:50 AM
 
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Originally Posted by OyCrumbler View Post
It was off the beaten path, but now you see tourists pretty often and hear a pretty good smattering of French, German and Japanese on the streets.

It's still pretty ugly, but now it's fancy ugly.
Yeah I would come to realize within a few months aftee posting that that it actually is tourist heavy, especially the Jefferson st stop. I was in a bar and it had a sign that said "Europe, please tip at least 1 dollar per drink".

However it's block by block overall, if you're a little deepr in Bushwick I find that it feels less touristy, and even not that hipster heavy necessarily.
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