Bridges can be just as rich with food graffiti as any East Vil­lage street.

The Williams­burg Bridge is one of the best go tos. Whether because the beams are within rel­a­tively easy reach, the lure of the view, the walk­ways’ inter­con­nec­tions, or purely as prime real estate to be viewed by pedes­trian, cyclist, and other tag­gers, this link between two of the City’s most tagged neigh­bor­hoods never dis­ap­points.

The Queensboro hasn’t been much of a source, and besides ‘Cane,’ little graff was found on the George Washington Bridge. But both the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges have offered material, especially in 2009 when they were the domains of Katsu and Brisk.