If there's another Nigerian bakery somewhere in the five boroughs, I haven't heard of it. Following the launch of its wholesale business last summer and an appearance at October's independence day festival, Naira opened to the public on the former site of a Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, coffee shop. The baker prepares several variations on agege bread, named for a densely populated neighborhood in her first home, Lagos. The bread is very soft, with a lot of "draw," and, especially in the case of this onibeji or "twin" loaf ($3), can readily be pulled apart for sharing. Agege bread is very sweet, too; it's a worthy foil to dense and often spicy West African stews and pottages.
Also shown, from around the corner: elevated lines.
2565 Atlantic Ave. (at Alabama Ave.), Cypress Hills, Brooklyn,