Bushwick Bougery Intensifies With New Farmer’s Market

October 28, 2014 Comments Off on Bushwick Bougery Intensifies With New Farmer’s Market 588 Gentrification, Local Business, News
Just when you thought Bushwick was taking a small reprieve from its escalation into bougieness as the norm, a farmer’s market cropped up earlier today on Bushwick Avenue near McKibbin Street. Featuring your standard fare like squashes and gourds, per the seasonal motif of the moment, Bushwick Farmer’s Market also offers artisanal pop tarts, ice cream flavored pasties and a large selection of image cakes. Obviously, Ursula Mousse is the brainchild behind this new source of reverie for foodies and fatsos alike.
Farmer's market sets up shop on Bushwick Avenue

Farmer’s market sets up shop on Bushwick Avenue

Mousse told The Burning Bush, “It’s incredible to me that no one’s thought to start this sort of thing before. There’s so many great local farmers who have more than just weed to offer our market.” In truth, the best part about the Bushwick Farmer’s Market is the potent and delicious assortment of baked goods featuring marijuana. And therein lies the lack of true bougery in Bushwick. Never will it succumb to the designer drug likes of amphetamines when it can just keep it simple with the classic cut that is Mary Jane. But don’t let The Burning Bush tell you, see for yourself at the next farmer’s market, held weekdays from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Written by Genna Rivieccio


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