Let me get this straight: Step 1: move into a West Indian & Orthodox Jewish neighborhood and turn it into a little hipster playground. Step 2: replace the old stores with new ones carrying only vegan and whole food items, at 3 times the price, and replace the old spots to eat with overpriced yup-dom spots like oyster bars, wood fire over pizzerias, etc. Step 3: Start a podcast ENTIRELY dedicated to the subject of what to eat and where on said street. Here's a suggestion for an alternative take: 1. Moving into a neighborhood that is gentrifying does not make one an evil person, but don't be a d*(& about it or an active part of the problem, 2. Take a walk down a street and use your eyes, ears, nose and tastebuds to decide for yourself what to eat, 3. Enough with the foodie culture! Here's the deal with food: figure out what you like, eat it, say goodbye on the other end and flush away....kind of like what's happening to New York right now.