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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.

Baci & Abbracci

The decor is inviting, too, with rustic tables, a wood-burning pizza oven, marble countertops, and Italian tilework. Balancing confident panache with unpretentious ease, B&A isn't edgy or superhip and doesn't strive to be. The kitchen favors solid, well-crafted renditions of antipasto, pasta, and pizza, including the welcome familiars linguini with clam sauce and four-cheese pie (quattro formaggi). Antipasti, served in generous, easy-to-share portions, focus on fresh vegetables and shellfish, and set off richer sauced dishes like pasta with fennel in cream sauce and the visually ravishing violette di Parma, jewel-toned red beet gnocchi in cheese sauce. But pizza is the high point here: With crusts that are tender, chewy, and crispy in all the right places, these pies boast decision-defying toppings like smoked mozzarella, pancetta, and caramelized onions, and fresh bufalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, and arugula. Lucky locals say that this newcomer is sure to give the now-established Fornino, which opened in 2005, a hearty run for its well-beloved pie. Mangia bene, Williamsburg.

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204 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA
(718) 599-6599
baciny.com