The New Dish Everyone Talks About
This week, we finish our two-part run on Vietnamese restaurants in the neighborhood by sitting down with Falansai’s Henry Trieu, one of Bushwick’s most thoughtful business owners, to better understand: As the neighborhood and its culinary scene change in unpredictable ways, what’s top of mind for a restaurateur here?
AFTER THE EPISODE:
We’d like to extend our sincere thanks to Henry and the team at Falansai for taking us behind the scenes of the restaurant, and for sharing such a candid perspective on the future of business in Bushwick. To learn more, follow Falansai on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/falansai/), check out their website (https://www.falansai.com), or visit them for yourself at 112 Harrison Pl.
We’d also like to send a very special thanks to Hannah Douglas, who contributed with editing, writing, and producing for this week’s episode. You can follow Hannah on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/hannah.travels/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/hannahtravels).
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