The Bodega

Row 1

24 Saint Nicholas Ave (at Troutman St)
Brooklyn, NY 11237
(646) 924-8488
Wine Bar, Bar
$ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–2:00 AM Fri: Noon–3:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 AM Sun: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

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  • Say "hi" to phoebe.
  • A wine bar specializing in wine from Spain. Also on the list wine from Argentina, Chile, Portugal, and New York, along with a selection of beer and small plates which wed almost call tapas.
  • Bodega is turning into Bushwick's go-to date spot, and it's not hard to see why. Candlelit tables and couch-ey booths amplify its intimate, sexy atmosphere, and the bar's hefty wine list.
  • A wine bar with great beer selection. If you like IPA, try the Empire. Also, they have great Chilean wine !
  • The beers make me happy.
  • Strong coffee and a killer BLT bagel sandwich.
  • Must go for Brunch!!! I dream about the Toad in the Hole!! The egg, cheddar cheese and sauce just melt in your mouth!!! Green eggs and jam come a close second!!
  • Olives = delish after a few pints. Buy 'em!
  • Def check out their draughts. They change it up usually. Great variety.
  • Yes, their wines are amazing. But did you know they have one of the best selections of rare & obscure craft beers this side of Brooklyn? Over a dozen!
  • Oyster mushroom hash: Smokey, herbal and delicate. Soft potatoes and onions, chewy bacon, and creamy mushrooms. An explosion of flavor and an absolutely perfect amalgam of flavor.
  • Pumpkin Beer. Do it.
  • I honestly day dream about the grilled cheese sandwich, and I can't say enough about their brunch. Sidle up to a plate of French toast, and you won't regret it.
  • The tuna melt is good. Don't get the aged Gouda.
  • The Apple Bottom sandwich (which comes with crunchy potato chips and pickles on the side), with a glass of wine, is heavenly.
  • Sayonara sake shots are strong enough but still sweet
  • Though its forte is wine (and tasty sandwiches), this spot sports a well-curated tap list that's six craft beers strong, and an impressive bottle list that runs the gamut from Belgium to California.
  • If you're here for brunch...try the candied bacon.
  • Check out Spanish wines, with a smattering of selections from Argentina, Chile and other new world locales. Always a $5 glass available.
  • Burmese noodle pop up!