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The Food Scene
A local affordable steak house and more! Simple but carefully executed food with a gracefully tousled Brooklyn Vibe. Weekends may have long wait time.
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St. Anselm
355 Metropolitan Avenue
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A local affordable steak house and more! Simple but carefully executed food with a gracefully tousled Brooklyn Vibe. Weekends may have long wait time.
Popular dry-rub BBQ, beer & bourbon purveyor with an industrial, cafeteria-style decor & wall mural.
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Fette Sau
354 Metropolitan Avenue
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Popular dry-rub BBQ, beer & bourbon purveyor with an industrial, cafeteria-style decor & wall mural.
French inspired, Brooklyn Neighborhood Bistro. We serve our own twist on classic Bistro fare. People mob it for its atmosphere: part French bistro, part well-kept jungle. You’ll want to be eating on the roof if it’s warm, but the plant room (actually covered in vegetation) is a very good second-best if it’s not.
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Juliette
135 North 5th Street
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French inspired, Brooklyn Neighborhood Bistro. We serve our own twist on classic Bistro fare. People mob it for its atmosphere: part French bistro, part well-kept jungle. You’ll want to be eating on the roof if it’s warm, but the plant room (actually covered in vegetation) is a very good second-best if it’s not.
The rustic warmth of Rabbithole's dining room (rough-hewn tables, brick walls mounted with antlers, a tailor's dummy and other eclectica) is matched by its kitchen (they cook their own pastries) and by the relaxed, attentive staff. Breakfast (to 5pm) is loved locally – the coffee's good and you can linger over eggs, fruit or granola in the rear garden.
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Rabbithole
352 Bedford Avenue
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The rustic warmth of Rabbithole's dining room (rough-hewn tables, brick walls mounted with antlers, a tailor's dummy and other eclectica) is matched by its kitchen (they cook their own pastries) and by the relaxed, attentive staff. Breakfast (to 5pm) is loved locally – the coffee's good and you can linger over eggs, fruit or granola in the rear garden.
Hipster spot and local favorite. There's a wait on the weekends. Amazing fried chicken and comfort food classics that make you feel good inside. The chicken biscuit might be one of the most ridiculously unhealthy things we’ve ever seen on a plate, and it’s delicious. Breakfast specials like chicken and waffles and they have homemade pies.
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Pies 'n' Thighs
166 South 4th Street
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Hipster spot and local favorite. There's a wait on the weekends. Amazing fried chicken and comfort food classics that make you feel good inside. The chicken biscuit might be one of the most ridiculously unhealthy things we’ve ever seen on a plate, and it’s delicious. Breakfast specials like chicken and waffles and they have homemade pies.
Old New York lives on at this 1880s-era bar/eatery with stained-glass windows & a famed Bloody Mary. A landmark that serves brunch, lunch and dinner and also has music sometimes at night.
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Teddy's Bar & Grill
96 Berry Street
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Old New York lives on at this 1880s-era bar/eatery with stained-glass windows & a famed Bloody Mary. A landmark that serves brunch, lunch and dinner and also has music sometimes at night.
A once infamous punk bar turned charming neighborhood restaurant located in an old building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. French-American comfort food in a bistro setting with banquette seating & a summertime garden.
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Sweetwater Restaurant
105 North 6th Street
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A once infamous punk bar turned charming neighborhood restaurant located in an old building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. French-American comfort food in a bistro setting with banquette seating & a summertime garden.
Japanese tapas bar serving sushi, sake & cocktails in a hip setting with a bi-level patio.
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Bozu
296 Grand Street
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Japanese tapas bar serving sushi, sake & cocktails in a hip setting with a bi-level patio.
Vegetarian and Vegan
The rustic, boho-chic spot is filled with plants and floor to ceiling glass windows. It offers signature dishes like a surfer’s breakfast burrito with avocado and green salsa, and a carrot bagel, lox and [vegan] cream cheese. Diners can also request a hit of CBD — in anything you order, from food to smoothies and even coffee.
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The Butcher's Daughter
271 Metropolitan Ave
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The rustic, boho-chic spot is filled with plants and floor to ceiling glass windows. It offers signature dishes like a surfer’s breakfast burrito with avocado and green salsa, and a carrot bagel, lox and [vegan] cream cheese. Diners can also request a hit of CBD — in anything you order, from food to smoothies and even coffee.
Abracadabra is a mostly-vegetarian cafe in Williamsburg that looks like it belongs in Joshua Tree. The space is small, but there’s room to sit down - or you can take your food to-go. From the quinoa-filled burritos and Turkish meatballs to veggie burgers with green hummus on top, nothing costs more than $15 - except the feeling that you’ve achieved a higher level of health, which is priceless.
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Abracadabra Brooklyn
347 Bedford Avenue
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Abracadabra is a mostly-vegetarian cafe in Williamsburg that looks like it belongs in Joshua Tree. The space is small, but there’s room to sit down - or you can take your food to-go. From the quinoa-filled burritos and Turkish meatballs to veggie burgers with green hummus on top, nothing costs more than $15 - except the feeling that you’ve achieved a higher level of health, which is priceless.
You can create your own salads, choose from various bowls and burritos. Meat options are available. Our mission is to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food. We know that sweetgreen is a critical link between growers and consumers, and we feel a responsibility to protect the future of real food. To that end, we’re committed to supporting small and mid-size growers who are farming sustainably, to creating transparency around what’s in your food and where it came from, and to creating more accessibility to healthy, real food for more people.
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sweetgreen
162 North 4th Street
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You can create your own salads, choose from various bowls and burritos. Meat options are available. Our mission is to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food. We know that sweetgreen is a critical link between growers and consumers, and we feel a responsibility to protect the future of real food. To that end, we’re committed to supporting small and mid-size growers who are farming sustainably, to creating transparency around what’s in your food and where it came from, and to creating more accessibility to healthy, real food for more people.
Pan Asian Vegan Cuisine....Delicious!
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Wild Ginger
182 North 10th Street
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Pan Asian Vegan Cuisine....Delicious!
Isa Chandra Moskowitz — the grande dame of vegan cuisine — brought her Omaha, Nebraska, restaurant to Williamsburg to serve locals “swanky vegan comfort food.” The result is a menu of innovative, plant-based renderings of various hearty classics. Moskowitz draws inspiration from her Brooklyn upbringing, pulling, she says, from Italian, Jewish, and Jamaican cuisines, with a healthy dose of southern cooking to boot. The truffled poutine is not to be missed and involves thick-cut fries presented in a Jenga-tower configuration, slathered in gravy, and topped with dollops of fresh almond ricotta. The Mac & Shews, made with a roasted-red-pepper-and-cashew-cheese sauce, is delightfully tangy, while the Buffalo-cauliflower “wings” achieve ideal smokiness. The comfort-food theme carries into dessert, where there are several different kinds of pie available. Along with wine, beer, and cocktails, there’s a healthy rotation of nonalcoholic beverages that veer somewhat crunchy, like housemade sodas and kombucha on tap. The space itself is plush and intimate without being fussy, though the acoustics make it somewhat difficult to hear a companion when the restaurant’s full.
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Modern Love Brooklyn
317 Union Ave
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Isa Chandra Moskowitz — the grande dame of vegan cuisine — brought her Omaha, Nebraska, restaurant to Williamsburg to serve locals “swanky vegan comfort food.” The result is a menu of innovative, plant-based renderings of various hearty classics. Moskowitz draws inspiration from her Brooklyn upbringing, pulling, she says, from Italian, Jewish, and Jamaican cuisines, with a healthy dose of southern cooking to boot. The truffled poutine is not to be missed and involves thick-cut fries presented in a Jenga-tower configuration, slathered in gravy, and topped with dollops of fresh almond ricotta. The Mac & Shews, made with a roasted-red-pepper-and-cashew-cheese sauce, is delightfully tangy, while the Buffalo-cauliflower “wings” achieve ideal smokiness. The comfort-food theme carries into dessert, where there are several different kinds of pie available. Along with wine, beer, and cocktails, there’s a healthy rotation of nonalcoholic beverages that veer somewhat crunchy, like housemade sodas and kombucha on tap. The space itself is plush and intimate without being fussy, though the acoustics make it somewhat difficult to hear a companion when the restaurant’s full.
Coffee
The neighborhood local go to coffee shop
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Oslo Coffee Roasters
133 Roebling Street
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The neighborhood local go to coffee shop
This place has an amazing bohemian back yard with swinging benches and greenery. Beautiful to enjoy a relaxing cup in the morning and yummy donuts or other pastries. The coffee and espresso drinks here are, inarguably, among the best available in the neighborhood. Visitors are welcome to access free WiFi from tables in the back, while a ban on laptops in the front helps maintain a breezy, communal feel.
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Black Brick Coffee
300 Bedford Avenue
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This place has an amazing bohemian back yard with swinging benches and greenery. Beautiful to enjoy a relaxing cup in the morning and yummy donuts or other pastries. The coffee and espresso drinks here are, inarguably, among the best available in the neighborhood. Visitors are welcome to access free WiFi from tables in the back, while a ban on laptops in the front helps maintain a breezy, communal feel.
Luggage Storage/Business Services/Shipping
The go-to resource for packing, mailing/shipping, printing, and business service needs. They have secure luggage storage for 5.99/bag per day.
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Office 11211
223 Bedford Avenue
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The go-to resource for packing, mailing/shipping, printing, and business service needs. They have secure luggage storage for 5.99/bag per day.
Medical
Walk in clinic Same Day Appointments Board Certified and Experienced Doctors Short Waiting Time Extended Hours of Operation (open 7 days a week) Insurances Accepted Diagnostic Tests Done on Premises Personalized Approach Prompt Specialist Referrals
UMD Urgent Care
633 Driggs Ave
Walk in clinic Same Day Appointments Board Certified and Experienced Doctors Short Waiting Time Extended Hours of Operation (open 7 days a week) Insurances Accepted Diagnostic Tests Done on Premises Personalized Approach Prompt Specialist Referrals
Excellent pharmacy with knowledgeable, helpful staff, if you need prescriptions, over the counter medicine, high quality beauty and health products and general advice.
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Northside Pharmacy
559 Driggs Avenue
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Excellent pharmacy with knowledgeable, helpful staff, if you need prescriptions, over the counter medicine, high quality beauty and health products and general advice.
Beauty
The salon sits on a quiet block in trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn and owned by Jill Syslo medical beauty technician and one of the founders of Sacred Skincare. Jill has transcended her beauty experience in esthetics, science and atmosphere into her new salon space with abundance of lighting through large storefront windows and other touches including soft music, abundance of plants and wine offered for the all around beauty experience. Since Jill has been in charge of hiring beauty experts for many years she understands what it takes to also be a good hairdresser and hires the best for luxe hair services.
Sanctuary Salon
677 Lorimer St
The salon sits on a quiet block in trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn and owned by Jill Syslo medical beauty technician and one of the founders of Sacred Skincare. Jill has transcended her beauty experience in esthetics, science and atmosphere into her new salon space with abundance of lighting through large storefront windows and other touches including soft music, abundance of plants and wine offered for the all around beauty experience. Since Jill has been in charge of hiring beauty experts for many years she understands what it takes to also be a good hairdresser and hires the best for luxe hair services.
Nightlife/Bars/Music
"Live Jazz and Contemporary music Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon. Fantastic cocktails and small plates, excellent Sunday Brunch. Great decor and vibe."
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St. Mazie Bar & Supper Club
345 Grand Street
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"Live Jazz and Contemporary music Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon. Fantastic cocktails and small plates, excellent Sunday Brunch. Great decor and vibe."
One of my favorite low key bars with a pool table and jukebox. During the warm months there's a nice back garden patio that is open.
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Maracuja Bar and Grill
279 Grand Street
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One of my favorite low key bars with a pool table and jukebox. During the warm months there's a nice back garden patio that is open.
Great local place to catch a live music show or have drinks with friends.
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Knitting Factory Brooklyn
361 Metropolitan Avenue
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Great local place to catch a live music show or have drinks with friends.
The bad-boy uncle basement bar aesthetic. A deluxe new neighborhood dive bar with something for everyone. A well curated jukebox covers all your hits from 1975-1985. In the back corner peeking out from behind the horseshoe bar, there's a shuffleboard and pinball. In the back patio, the original Endless Summer Taco Truck has been carved up and transformed into a small grill, where a stomach-girding menu of sliders and bratwurst and fries are served.
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Rocka Rolla
486 Metropolitan Avenue
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The bad-boy uncle basement bar aesthetic. A deluxe new neighborhood dive bar with something for everyone. A well curated jukebox covers all your hits from 1975-1985. In the back corner peeking out from behind the horseshoe bar, there's a shuffleboard and pinball. In the back patio, the original Endless Summer Taco Truck has been carved up and transformed into a small grill, where a stomach-girding menu of sliders and bratwurst and fries are served.
The vibe is vaguely Victorian, complete with ottomans, throw pillows and antique-looking tchotchkes. Well-priced, simple cocktails-like a citrusy orange-blossom lemonade with rum-feature herbs and house infused spirits. While the ground floor bar also stocks beers (including Sixpoint and Kronenebourg) and organic French wines, the real draw is upstairs-scale the steps in the back to find a roof deck with a frozen-margarita station.
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Night of Joy
667 Lorimer Street
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The vibe is vaguely Victorian, complete with ottomans, throw pillows and antique-looking tchotchkes. Well-priced, simple cocktails-like a citrusy orange-blossom lemonade with rum-feature herbs and house infused spirits. While the ground floor bar also stocks beers (including Sixpoint and Kronenebourg) and organic French wines, the real draw is upstairs-scale the steps in the back to find a roof deck with a frozen-margarita station.
This down home stylish bar was formerly a local luncheonette for the neighborhood's Italian old timers as well as a one-time, well, candy store. It's transitioned to a bar and performance space, and the owner is a set designer, so the back room has cleverly been made to look like a train car. The main attraction, though is the stage that accommodates the full range of Billyburg's sonic underground, from rockabilly to ska. Chinese newspapers laminated on the table tops give the place a kitschy feel, but the bar staff take their job seriously, expertly executing martinis and Manhattans for the nightly throngs of neighborhood hotties who soak it up with the only food on the menu: a grilled cheese sandwich.
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Pete's Candy Store
709 Lorimer Street
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This down home stylish bar was formerly a local luncheonette for the neighborhood's Italian old timers as well as a one-time, well, candy store. It's transitioned to a bar and performance space, and the owner is a set designer, so the back room has cleverly been made to look like a train car. The main attraction, though is the stage that accommodates the full range of Billyburg's sonic underground, from rockabilly to ska. Chinese newspapers laminated on the table tops give the place a kitschy feel, but the bar staff take their job seriously, expertly executing martinis and Manhattans for the nightly throngs of neighborhood hotties who soak it up with the only food on the menu: a grilled cheese sandwich.
Kitschy cocktails, cheap beer, and Stephen Tanner's superb fried chicken.
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The Commodore
366 Metropolitan Avenue
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Kitschy cocktails, cheap beer, and Stephen Tanner's superb fried chicken.
Great venue to see big shows. Several levels, including balcony seating. Best to buy tickets in advance. website to see what shows are happening: https://www.musichallofwilliamsburg.com/shows/
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威廉斯堡音樂廳
66 North 6th Street
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Great venue to see big shows. Several levels, including balcony seating. Best to buy tickets in advance. website to see what shows are happening: https://www.musichallofwilliamsburg.com/shows/
Venerable independent record store for obscure & mainstream CDs & vinyl, plus live music & a bar.
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Rough Trade NYC
64 North 9th Street
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Venerable independent record store for obscure & mainstream CDs & vinyl, plus live music & a bar.
The first official beer hall in Williamsburg, Radegast has held its own as one of the most popular places for daytime and nighttime drinking. The decor is traditionally German, with wood beams and long banquet tables. There's an outdoor section with a retractable roof, and a sausage station in back with several kinds of gourmet mustards to accompany your bratwurst. The bar is totally swamped on weekends, so go for the party, or check it out on a quieter weeknight.
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Radegast Hall & Biergarten
113 North 3rd Street
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The first official beer hall in Williamsburg, Radegast has held its own as one of the most popular places for daytime and nighttime drinking. The decor is traditionally German, with wood beams and long banquet tables. There's an outdoor section with a retractable roof, and a sausage station in back with several kinds of gourmet mustards to accompany your bratwurst. The bar is totally swamped on weekends, so go for the party, or check it out on a quieter weeknight.
Berry Park is a gigantic beer hall located just off McCarren Park. Indoors you'll find huge tables and on weekends a projector screen for major sports events. If you were wondering where to watch the World Cup, look no further. Upstairs there's roof access complete with a second bar so you don't have to schlep all the way downstairs for a refill. Pub food, like shepherd's pie and pretzels baked on the premises, is available. Berry Park is a great choice for birthdays or whenever you want to drink with a crowd.
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Berry Park
4 Berry Street
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Berry Park is a gigantic beer hall located just off McCarren Park. Indoors you'll find huge tables and on weekends a projector screen for major sports events. If you were wondering where to watch the World Cup, look no further. Upstairs there's roof access complete with a second bar so you don't have to schlep all the way downstairs for a refill. Pub food, like shepherd's pie and pretzels baked on the premises, is available. Berry Park is a great choice for birthdays or whenever you want to drink with a crowd.