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N. 6th St. / N. Williamsburg

Everyone has probably heard of North Williamsburg being described as the center of the Hipster Universe. Home to cutting edge art galleries, a vibrant nightlife, trendy restaurants, and eclectic hotels, it is also a staging ground for outdoor concert events and festivals, year-round and seasonal flea markets, "not your father's bowling establishments", and a weekly delightful outdoor market featuring local food artisans. North Williamsburg is a neighborhood that features a unique diversity that can be experienced by hanging out in coffee shops, strolling in serene park settings, attending art exhibitions and performances, or just hunting for food, drink, and/or clothing on Bedford Ave. Take a stroll into North Williamsburg, day or night, and you're sure to find something that excites you.

Patrons of this casual, low-fanfare eatery can bank on a warm welcome, if not the kisses and hugs promised in the restaurant's name.
The Brooklyn Brewery brews flavorful beers that enrich the life, tradition and culture of the communities it serves. For information about Tasting Room h
Located in an ever changing neighborhood, Fat Goose provides a unique experience in New American Cuisine and custom cocktails.
Original French lighting, table stands and signage create an authentic French brasserie atmosphere. Our antique bar – circa 1930 – anchors the entrance.
Inside Miranda Restaurant, Chef Sasha Miranda cooks a mix of Latin American and Italian flavors while concentrating on healthful cooking techniques.

Whether you’re cozying up at the cherry wood bar with locally-wrought fixtures or relaxing in the spacious garden, NitaNita is a local favorite for dinner, brunch, or drinks. 

Ice Cream by Chef Sam Mason. Homemade in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Radegast offers 12 taps and a deep bottle list of beers from Bavaria, Germany and Central Europe. Their Old World cuisine includes traditional sausages, and more. Live music almost every night and beer tastings every Tuesday!

Teddy’s is one of the few remaining Victorian-era taverns in New York City, continuing the traditions that started 125 years ago.

Two Door Tavern serves classic American comfort food for lunch & dinner 7 days a week, and brunch on Saturday & Sunday.