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BYOB to this tiny bistro and enjoy delicious French food with Korean flavors.
One of our absolute favorite restaurants in Williamsburg! A Korean-French fusion AND its BYOB! Only 13 seats in the whole place so you can watch the kitchen all the action. Try the Kimchi Boulibasisse
Korean & French fusion, bring your own wine, prepared by a chef who wants to bring top-tier food at reasonable prices. This could well be the best food I've tried in Williamsbrug.
“Great Italian restaurant that changes their menu all the time! Sicilian Italian Off Bedford Ave L train stop. 15 minute train ride.”
“strange, wonderful food. never a lineup, strangely always under the radar. get the oyster poboy”
“BrisketTown 'Cue savant Daniel Delaney—who gained a cultish following with his online venture, Brisketlab—serves Central Texas–style smoked meat at this roadhouse joint. Inspired by Southern grocery shops, Delaney outfitted the counter-service spot with handmade benches and a glowing neon sign. The toque pulls pork and beef ribs, brisket and sausage from an ancient wood-fired smoker, which burns timber shipped in from the Lone Star State. Stuff your meat in a soft slice of homemade white bread, and get a salad or coleslaw on the side. Local and rare bottled beers are on offer, as well as Blue Bottle drip coffee. ”
“Very tiny Turkish breakfast/lunch/dinner spot. All ingredients organic and fresh and they also get a lot of their produce and meats from local farms. Excellent coffee and smoothies. Low price point. 347 Bedford Ave. (cross street S. 4th)”
“I ABSOLUTELY in LOVE with the Algerian Tchouchouka for brunch! It's a great place to eat and watch the world go by, before hitting the rest of Bedford Avenue. There's also a great little store connected to it, where you can buy rugs and candles and all sorts!”