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Generally speaking, the bar snacks situation is a good one, and even if you're just there for drinks, it's worth getting a plate of the deviled eggs at Heavy Woods, say, or an order of hush puppies down the street at Mama Joy's. Also, if we can qualify a taco as a "snack" (we can), Los Hermanos is the beloved, BYOB neighborhood classic, but if you're by the Morgan stop or Myrtle-Wyckoff, we'd direct you to Taqueria El Fogon and Taqueria El Paisa, respectively. Or really, to all of them.
Down near Myrtle-Broadway, there's the wholesome ice cream parlor option at Evergreen, or the less-wholesome frito pie at Happy Fun Hideaway. Crucially, there's also a dominican stand that stays open late nights directly across the street from Bossa Nova Civic Club, with stomach-lining fare like fried yucca.
Arancini Bros., 940 Flushing Ave.
Heavy Woods, 50 Wyckoff Ave.
Mama Joy's, 1084 Flushing Ave.
Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos, 271 Starr St.
Taqueria El Fogon, 1050 Flushing Ave.
Taqueria El Paisa, 298 Irving Ave.
Evergreen Ice Cream Co., 144 Evergreen Ave
Happy Fun Hideaway, 1211 Myrtle Ave.