While there may be more cafe/bar hybrids in Williamsburg than the rest of the city combined, few are more conveniently located than Sugarburg. Right on top of the L and G trains, this is a good spot to get coffee and a bite during the day, or a cocktail later on. It gets swamped during weekend brunch, but there are usually plenty of booths and tables available during the week.
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There’s this thing. It’s called The Feel Good Factor™. Meadowsweet in Williamsburg has a whole bunch of it.
Egg has always been a staple for Williamsburg, and they take a very serious, farm-to-Chuck Taylor approach to their food. So serious that they even have their own farm outside of the city.
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A Williamsburg restaurant that’s a good place for brunch, and an even better place to hang out.
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If you have ever been to Pianos to see a band in the back room, you probably didn't expect that it's the kind of place that would turn out some damn good bar food.
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken seems primed and ready to be reproduced and franchised all across the country. Whether that’s the actual plan or not, we have no idea. America could only be so lucky. Watch your back KFC. The Bromberg bros are coming for you.
Bonnie's Grill is a great neighborhood spot with a full menu of divey bar food classics. However, we still need better options for wings in the city, and Bonnie's doesn't quite make the cut.
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Spiegel is a cafe in the East Village that serves Mediterranean food and is useful for coffee meetings, weekday breakfast, or a low key brunch.
House of Small Wonder
House Of Small Wonder is a Japanese cafe in Williamsburg where it feels like you’re eating in a tree house.
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