For part 2 of his New York excursion, foodie Eddie Huang takes a long train ride from the Bronx to the bustling Brooklyn borough. With his first stops coming in the Bushwick neighborhood, the restaurateur takes us to a sushi spot owned by a “beige” man and a co-op that promotes self-sustainability among its residents with “trap-or-die butter” and sour diesel-grade Sriracha. To end this episode, Huang and Vice founder Shane Smith visit a New York institution – the 125-year-old Peter Lugar Steak House in Williamsburg – for a dinner right out of the 1800s and conversation on how much Brooklyn has grown over the last decade. Stay tuned for the third installment of Fresh Off The Boat New York when Huang visits his pride and joy – Baohaus.
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