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“l train” (25 reviews)
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Reviewed yesterday

With Manhattan almost unaffordable and Brooklyn Heights getting there, Williamsburg is rapidly growing with new hotels and new restaurants.

Thank BigoBoca
Reviewed yesterday

Checked out the neighbourhood while on a food tour. There are numerous small independent stores which is nice to see rather that the usual chain stuff. There is lots to explore in the neighbourhood which has quite an eclectic mix of residents. People seemed friendly...More

Thank MisterCheeky
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Jewish district in NYC. Breathtaking. It takes you back to Europe from before World War 2. This is how some areas of Warsaw could have looked like before 1939. Once you’re there make sure to try challah, kosher of course.

Thank this_world_is_mine
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is fast becoming a cool haunt for all sorts of people & is so full of food places the choice is difficult. Bedford Street is the main drag but there is so much happening in all the side streets. Every type of cuisine...More

Thank Patsy24248
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stopped in and out of shops, everyone very friendly and helpful if I had a purchase, be sure to Check out Brooklyn Industries and Indian Larry Motorcycles.

Thank A7FDthomasv
Reviewed 1 week ago

Where else on the planet can you witness 20-something hipsters in Goth garb, tattoos, and the latest designer sneakers next to Orthodox rabbis with fur hats and full rabbinical robes going on their respective rounds in the heart of one of Brooklyn's oldest and most...More

Thank tgaann
Reviewed 1 week ago

Williamsburg is nice place to visit; when you've run out of other choices. By all means, go spend time there is you have family or friends living in the area. It has its own feel and its own vibe: Like every other section of Brooklyn....More

Thank MTDigs
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Interesting neighborhood to explore. Lots of cute cafes and restaurants. Suggest public transportation because it can be a challenge to park.

Thank rsiegel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A lot of restaurants, bars, café, shops, artists, music, young people. Nice place to see Manhattan during the day, or walk until Brookline bridge. Many options for a night program.

Thank Fabio B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I love Williamsburg, it has so many flavors of the world and this creates the best ambience. People in the parks, in the cafés and so much life in the restaurants.

Thank Stefan P
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20 June 2017|
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Response from Ern3kel | Reviewed this property |
It's probably walkable but the water taxi is cheap and quick.
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22 March 2017|
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Response from Mark M | Reviewed this property |
I know of only the 3 I've visited -- the roof lounge at the hotel McCarren Park, on N. 12th St., the restaurant club Berry Park, on Berry St., and the lounge at the Wythe Hotel, on Wythe St. and N. 11th St. Try googling... More
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