Shots rang out last night outside of Habana Outpost in Fort Greene around 8 pm, leaving two injured, according to police.

The gunfire hit a 17-year-old boy in the hip and grazed a 23-year-old woman in the shoulder, cops said. Paramedics took the teen to Woodhull Medical Center in stable condition and others transported the woman to New York Methodist Hospital.

Police don't have a description of the suspect and have made no arrests so far, but they believe the shooting came out of a "dispute between two groups," according to an NYPD spokeswoman.

Daniel Elder lives nearby and was waiting for a steak torta at Habana To Go, the restaurant's takeout annex across Fulton Street, at the time. He said that people came running in screaming as the shots popped off.

"We thought it was silly because we were sure they were firecrackers going off," he said.

Moira Meltzer-Cohen was eating with her partner at a picnic table in the yard of the main restaurant, with her back to Fulton Street, when she realized the couple facing her had stricken looks on their faces. She said that as the bullets flew, everyone eating looked at each other as if to say, "'Am I scared right now? Are we scared right now?'"

She continued:

"And then it was like full consensus. Everyone just hit the deck like pros."

"It was extremely impressive," she said, "because within the space of a half a second every one of the 150 people sitting there was under a picnic table."

Fulton Street was bustling last night, the first truly summer-like evening of the year, and apparently that the area is journalist central. Two off-duty editors for major publications jumped into action following the fracas, relating witnesses' descriptions of a fistfight that escalated into a Western-style shootout, with 3-4 shots fired.

Fans of the eco-friendly, corn-on-the-cob-centric eatery also spoke out on Twitter, lamenting the violence.

Habana Outpost did not respond to a request for comment.

Update 3:41 pm:

Quotes added from Moira Meltzer-Cohen.