Our family business started over at Europa restaurant in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. For over 15 years, the Alaimo family has believed that one of the best ways to experience another country's culture and traditions is through its food. Europa's customers are the top priority and they love our Pizza. We will always believe the secret to good pizza is in the dough and as such have perfected our dough recipe through years of trial and error and combined with our hand-made mozzarella, proudly prepare each pizza with the belief that ours is the best in Brooklyn. Piesmith will aim to deliver the same high quality, artisanal pizza to our neighbors who prefer their pizza in a low pressure, fast, casual environment. Piesmith's pies are assembled to order and baked in a custom built rotating oven that is always burning hot at 800 degrees. Because at Piesmith we believe, why order a pizza, when you can build one?
The location alone is a curiosity. Perched on a metal mezzanine inside Space Ninety 8—the multifloor Urban Outfitters complex in waterfront Williamsburg—the attractively industrial, albeit empty, dining room is enclosed with opaque glass paneling, offering peeks of distressed denim and faux-vintage tees between courses.
Tarlow’s new restaurant builds on everything he’s done so far, elevating all the usual Williamsburg tropes. The made-in-Brooklyn aesthetic he pioneered is much more polished in this soaring industrial space, its sepia-toned light fixtures, scuffed wooden tables and marble-topped bar all locally found or produced. The bearded barkeeps serving old-fashioned mixed drinks are more cheerful than most. And while the hyperseasonal fare celebrates nearby purveyors, there’s no indication to patrons where anything’s sourced. Reynards is the new cool kid on the block without ever trying to be, a Balthazar for Brooklyn, urbane and ambitious, mature and low-key. Its chef, Sean Rembold, of Diner and Marlow, serves casual breakfast and lunch to a drop-in crowd, including a terrifically earthy grass-fed burger. His menu, which changes often—sometimes daily—becomes much more serious at night. There’s no fanfare at any time to his spare list of dishes, no trendy buzzwords, barely any descriptions at all. Rembold’s thoughtful food, portioned to satisfy and priced to move, mostly speaks for itself.
Sweet Science is a warm neighborhood eatery where you can always enjoy a quality meal and a great drink. With our relaxed atmosphere, generous bar space and menu of classic comfort foods including our Joe Louis Burger and Shrimp & Grits, we are a destination spot for locals and visitors alike. Whether you’re joining us for a quick meal or an evening out with friends, you’ll always feel comfortable and welcomed at Sweet Science, where friends are made and goodbyes are never ending.
Smorgasburg happens in two locations every weekend: Saturdays at East River State Park—Kent Ave. and N. 7 St.—on the Williamsburg waterfront; and Sundays at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 5. Both locations are open from 11am to 6pm, and feature packaged and prepared foods, beverages, and more from purveyors from New York City and across the region, for a total of 75-100 vendors. The markets are always open rain or shine.
Wythe Hotel started with the discovery of a factory on the Williamsburg waterfront. The building was constructed in 1901 and has been converted into a 70-room hotel.
ABOUT MCCARREN HOTEL & POOL Located in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s most vibrant neighborhood, McCarren Hotel & Pool is an exciting urban retreat featuring modern rooms, luxury amenities including Frette linens and marble baths, a lively rooftop bar with breathtaking views of Manhattan and one of New York City's largest outdoor swimming pools. This hotel features: 64 smoke-free guestrooms with views of the McCarren Park or our hotel pool. Premium location; within walking distance of local restaurants and popular attractions including Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Winery, Williamsburg Bridge, vintage shopping and stunning galleries. One of New York’s largest outdoor pools offering reserved seating and poolside service. (Seasonal) Oleanders Restaurant & Bar, featuring culinary creations by Chef Kevin Chojnowski and cocktail program by Francis Verrall. Stunning views of the Manhattan city skyline from our rooftop bar featuring a selection of handcrafted cocktails and local spirits. Complimentary wireless Internet throughout the hotel. Unique spaces for hosting productive meetings, intimate weddings or spectacular social events.
We invite you to Hotel Le Jolie for a distinct, European-inspired stay rivaling many other boutique Brooklyn hotels. Your experience begins the moment you set foot inside our doors and extends throughout your stay - to inviting guest accommodations, contemporary services and amenities, and a fabulous location in the heart of Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood. Stay minutes from NYC at the hospitality leader of boutique Brooklyn hotels.
A fun, artsy hostel located in colorful Brooklyn. This budget lodging fuses the traditional youth hostel setup (dorm-style rooms with bunk beds and lockers, communal lounging areas) with a fashionable loft aesthetic. In the former clothing warehouse, linen curtains billow in front of huge windows, and there’s plenty of industrial-chic exposed brick and piping. Above the big shared kitchen is a mezzanine equipped with a large flat-screen TV (DVDs can be rented at the front desk). The spacious patio is the site of frequent summer barbecues and there's even a hot tub deck. Unlike old-school hostels, there’s no curfew; an electronically encoded room-key card opens the front door after hours. Rooms: 150 beds in dorms; 30 private rooms.
Located at the prime corner of Wythe Ave and North 10th St. in Williamsburg Brooklyn, this eight-story, 150-room brand new Hotel strikes the perfect pitch between spectacular service and style. The guest rooms are richly tiled-and-textured with authentic reclaimed materials, and the lobby bar and lounge area has a very classy-cozy feel. This mid-winter, the highly anticipated Harvey restaurant by Chef Adam Leonti will make its debut. The Williamsburg Hotel was designed by Michaelis Boyd (Soho House Berlin, Babington House UK) with a nod to the neighborhood’s industrial past by using brick, glass and Corten steel in its construction. The dramatic entrance through cascading stairs leads into a soaring bar whose art installation stops you in your tracks. Street artist Eric Rieger has strung thousands of strands of multi-colored yarn which crowns the bar. Other design highlights include custom toile-inspired wallpaper designed by Beastie Boy Mike Diamond featuring quintessential Brooklyn scenes and figures—from a Nathan’s Famous hot dog to a group of Hasidic Jewish men, to the late, great Notorious B.I.G. Guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling sliding glass acoustic windows with Manhattan, Brooklyn and East River views, and design schemes vary from white-washed timber walls to deep grey distressed finishes with bespoke leather, brass, marble, and textured details at every turn. Rooms are thoughtfully designed with elements like a sitting table doubling as a tray for room service, open-windowed showers to create a loft-like space. Upgrades available to a room with a terrace with amazing views.
Welcome to HOTEL BLISS NY in BROOKLYN. An exciting choice for visitors to New York City, Hotel Bliss in Brooklyn welcomes the discerning traveler who appreciates sophistication, style, and value. The standard for a Brooklyn boutique hotel, Hotel Bliss invites guests to enjoy an environment where superior service and distinctive surroundings create a unique experience.
Brooklyn Bowl has redefined the destination entertainment experience. “One of the most incredible places on earth,” according to Rolling Stone, Brooklyn Bowl integrates a premier performance venue, food by Blue Ribbon, bars which feature local craft brewed beers, and 16 bowling lanes which give guests a unique place to relax, eat, drink and watch a performance. Brooklyn Bowl is located in the former Hecla Iron Works (built 1882) and was the first L.E.E.D. certified bowling alley in the world. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 600 Square Footage: 19,000 Number of Party Rooms: 1
At Nitehawk you can order food and beverages throughout feature presentation by using our basic flag system. You’ll find paper and pencil at each table to write down any orders – simply write down your order and post it up in front of you. A server will come by and pick up your order! Towards the end of the film your server will come by to see if you need anything else, drop off your tab, and take care of payment before the credits roll. Our service staff is pretty awesome so please remember to tip early and often!
Locally crafted wine, eats, and private events This boutique urban winery is set in the heart of Williamsburg, one of the borough’s most vibrant and creative neighborhoods. Winemaker Conor McCormack works tirelessly to produce our premium small batch wines, combining the quality of tradition with the freedom of innovation. Tour the winery to learn about how our wines are produced, then settle into the wine bar and savor our artisanal wines—some of which are exclusively available on tap—while indulging in our seasonal menu. For those looking to commemorate a special occasion, we also function as a private event venue, featuring full-service weddings with wine crafted on-site, exquisite cuisine, and the beautiful winery as a backdrop. Hand Crafted Wine, Seasonal Food, Wine Bar, Private Events Venue, Wedding Venue. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 160-300 Square Footage: 8,000 Number of Party Rooms: 4
Knitting Factory offers the highest level of production for music, comedy, film, and private events. With 27 years experience producing, promoting, and executing live entertainment, it is the preeminent 400-capacity venue in Brooklyn. Guest Capacity Main Venue seated: 150 Main Venue standing: 325 Front Room Standing: 100 Front Room seated: 75 Total Building Capacity: 400 Total Square Footage 3,000 Number of Party Rooms: 2
The Federal Bar Brooklyn is housed in an early 20th century carriage house in the heart of Williamsburg. It is a relaxed and inviting restaurant and bar offering a menu featuring a unique take on traditional home cooking through locally sourced ingredients. Design from Brooklyn based Hecho Inc. features mixed contemporary and traditional aesthetic with a style and charm reminiscent of early 1930’s prohibition era décor. Design elements features include resurfaced brick and wooden finishes, early era cash registers and deposit boxes and period furniture with modern style. Sourced materials from the tri state area and cohesive ties with Knitting Factory’s music roots lend the look and feel to the new neighborhood staple. The Federal Bar is available for large parties, rehearsal dinners, corporate gatherings, and more! With locally sourced ingredients, rotating draft list, and a highly curated cocktail list, there is no shortage of choices. Choose from one of our menus or have a consultation with our chef to create your own custom menu! Guest Capacity Seated 50 & Standing 100 With Patio: 150 Standing Square Footage 1500 Number of Party Rooms 2
Rony Vardi's jewelry and accessories shop is a cult fave among Williamsburg shoppers. The boutique is filled with a well-edited selection of timeless and trendy pieces by contemporary designers such as Digy + Iona, Bittersweets NY and Polly Wales. In addition to the cool indie designers, the shop has sells items from its popular in-house brand.
This indoor market opens daily, displaying the work of local artists, designers, and vintage dealers in an industrial warehouse space. The gathering is smaller and less congested than the indoor Young Designers Markets in Soho and Nolita, with a greater focus on accessories than apparel. Around twenty-five stations manned by the designers themselves line the perimeter of the room and fill in the coveted center space, creating narrow aisles for shoppers to browse. T-shirts and cotton dresses hang overhead, and a blaring playlist of Pitchfork favorites gives the market a youthful, social feel. Standouts include Georgia Varidakis’s vintage-inspired gold and brass jewelry, Ryan Wilde’s throwback veiled, feathered, and beaded millinery, and a notable stock of affordable vintage shoes, ranging from weathered moccasins to stilettos. Long tables in the rear are covered with heavily discounted used books, stacked spine-to-spine and spilling over onto nearby shelves. The roster of sellers often changes by the day, week, and season, so check back regularly for newcomers.
The Brooklyn Flea is back outside on Saturdays in Fort Greene and Sundays in Williamsburg . Pick up a couple hand-hammered stack rings by Jessica De Carlo, at a special Flea-only price ($20 each, 2 for $35), or take a walk in Nina Z's eco-conscious clogs and sandals ($95-180). Visit Sharon London for easy-fitting tube dresses ($78) and vintage locket earrings ($12), or Hartford Denim Co. for quality-denim goods, like hoodies ($325) and aprons ($110). While perusing crafts and collectibles by local artisans, munch on some local bites, such as People's Pops' shaved ice ($3) and ice pops ($4) made from local, fresh fruit. The Sunday Flea features 150 vendors of vintage, antique, handmade, and food, with a gorgeous skyline view to boot.
The Urban Renewal Concept is a line of one-of-a-kind pieces crafted from vintage, deadstock and surplus materials from around the world. Here you'll find anything and everything vintage-lovers could possibly want. Unique pieces made from denim, leather, and beautiful printed fabrics mingle with antique treasures and the perfect selection of pre-worn denim.
The true American lifestyle has long past- as fast food, instant gratification and a disposable products mindset has taken place. The 1940's and 1950's had a culture of people living a simple uncluttered life; with products that lasted a lifetime. Apple-pie, baseball and the open-road were all true icons of America. Genuine Motorworks wants to tap back into this time of a basic, simplistic life, one of hard work, quality and integrity. We're bringing back the American brands that thrived and had real meaning behind the label, while searching for the artisans that are producing quality products today. The products and brands we carry all have an American background with an emphasis on being made in the USA and we are dedicated to the guy who still likes to get his hands dirty.
We are a small batch natural apothecary based in Brooklyn, NY. We develop all of our goods as if they were modern culinary dishes, starting with a scent combination. Each concoction is carefully mixed by hand to produce the perfect aroma and healthful benefits, resulting in uniquely therapeutic and aromatic products. As makers and purveyors, we hope to encourage small changes in the lives of our customers through the physical, emotional and ecological healthfulness of completely natural goods for body and home. With MMT, we hope to make that experience accessible and our process transparent.