Pinkerton is a neighborhood wine bar on a relatively quiet street in the middle of Williamsburg. It isn’t somewhere to travel for, but they always have $1 oysters, so that’s something to consider. Especially when it’s nice out, and you can sit at one of their little outdoor cafe tables. This place is good for a low-key date night, or a weeknight hang when you just want some wine and shellfish.
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