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Schaefer Landing / S. Williamsburg

The South Williamsburg community, unlike its northern relative, is a quaint neighborhood with remnants of its rich cultural past. This waterfront community features some of the most popular, best reviewed restaurants in Brooklyn along with a growing collection of yet to be discovered bars and cafes. Featuring an extremely large Hasidic Jewish population, which strives to retain the character of their neighborhood, South Williamsburg is also the neighbor to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, historically known as America's premier shipbuilding complex, which now features a wonderful interactive museum within BLDG 92. There are many exciting things to be discovered in this community, if you're willing to take the time and hit the streets.
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.

BLDG 92 is a unique exhibition and visitor’s center that celebrates the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s past, present and future.

Set in a restored 1927 dining car, this hip Williamsburg restaurant offers a deceptively simple contemporary American cuisine menu that pulls in the crowds.
Dressler is the natural outgrowth of the dining concept that Colin Devlin successfully implemented at DuMont.
Fight or Flight Theater Company is an ensemble of actor/aerialists committed to creating plays for the trapeze.
Through window walls overlooking the East River, Giando on the Water enjoys breathtaking, panoramic views of the City and three world-famous bridges.
Transforming vacant lots into organic, urban farms.

O Live Brooklyn features the largest, freshest selection of single varietal extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars on tap in

Peter Luger Steak House has been serving the finest steaks since 1887. We choose from only the finest USDA PRIME meat available.
Steiner Studios, located on a 23-acre site within the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard, provides New York City with its first Hollywood-style (and scale) production and support facility.