Marlow and Sons
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In South Williamsburg only a few blocks inland from the East River, Marlow & Sons is a rustic respite with nice wine, good cocktails, and excellent snacking fare such as oysters, local cheese, and potato tortilla. But there's more: seasonal salads and soups, the famous brick chicken, a dimly lit space outfitted in various types of wood (this is an Andrew Tarlow restaurant, after all). In many ways, it's a cornerstone of the Brooklyn dining scene — superbly cozy in colder months, with a sidewalk patio for summertime people-watching and a bit of breeze.
A New American menu with a farm-fresh emphasis is updated daily at this popular Williamsburg spot. We love brick chicken. ;)
Very wonderful, intimate, cozy brunch restaurant! Amazing food. I recommend checking out this place and then walking across the Williamsburg Bridge next door!
“Retro railcar environment, cool and funky spin on a diner, located under the Williamsburg Bridge. You don't get a physical menu, the servers scribble the day’s offerings directly onto your butcher-paper tablecloth. All the food is excellent! 85 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249”
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“Butcher shop with cured meats, salads and specialty produce. The quality is amazing and we love to go there to prepare an out-of-the-ordinary pic-nic.”
“Cash-only steak icon where old-school waiters serve aged beef in a German beer hall setting. ( Operating since 1887). Great steak. Period. Must need reservation ( please do it ahead of time)”
“Neighborhood - Williamsburg Brooklyn ~ Eclectic Mexican restaurant and cocktail night bar with Brunch on the weekends, Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, popular Brooklyn eatery ”
“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. ”